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“Old Clothes”

This dish gets its name from the shredded texture of the beef, which resembles clothes so worn they’re falling apart. If you’re Cuban, pl...

by Daisy Martinez


Le Mauzac’s Hanger Steak

Le Mauzac is a lively lunchtime café/wine bar tucked along a romantic tree-lined street in the busy Latin Quarter. Their onglet—flank, or...

by Patricia Wells


Japanese Beef Salad

If your kids like meat, they’ll love this salad. It can be made ahead of time for a no-fuss dinner.

by Bob Sloan


Skirt Steak and Hanger Steak

Both these cuts are hardworking abdominal muscles and are very flavorful. Ask for the “outside” skirt—it will be plumper than the “inside...

by Judy Rodgers


Grilled Flank Steak Sandwiches

Remove the tough outer membrane from the meat. Put the wine, oil, chopped garlic, sliced onion, and parsley in a shallow bowl. Let the ...

by James Beard


Spicy Beef Skewers

Marinate the beef in the refrigerator up to 24 hours in advance. You can cook these crowd-pleasing appetizers under the broiler or on an...

by Katie Chin and Leeann Chin


Grass-Fed Beef Skirt Steak with Artichoke and Aspar...

The appearance of artichokes and asparagus on farms and at farmers’ markets is a sure proclamation that spring has arrived. A salad made ...

by Jim Denevan


Slivered Beef with Well-Browned Onions

Portable, butane-fired griddles show up at dusk in parks and on street corners through most of the country, penetrating the outdoor odors...

by Rick Bayless


Shredded Meat Cooked with Tomatoes, Chiles, and Cila...

Here is a simple and delicious way of cooking either flank or skirt steak. It is usually served with corn tortillas but can also be made ...

by Diana Kennedy


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