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Grilled T-Bone Steak for Two

Like any good relationship, the T-Bone is the perfect blend of two, in this case two of the most prized cuts of beef—the top loin and the...

by Dave Zino


Brown Stock

Scale this recipe up or down to match whatever bones you have. Even the bones from one chicken make a good quart of strong stock. The per...

by Jay Weinstein


Homemade Beef Broth

Planning ahead is the key to making broth. Keep your bones for the broth pot—or ask your butcher or supermarket for some. Homemade broth ...

by Darina Allen and Rosemary Kearney

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Meat and Pear Ravioli

The concept of using the ravioli filling as a condiment for pasta is very liberating! It was popularized by the famous Italian chef Gualt...

by Francine Segan


Luchow’s Sauerbraten

For decades, Luchow’s epitomized haute German New York, and sauerbraten was one of the favored dishes. A version of this recipe originall...

by Molly O'Neill


Brown Meat Stock

This rich stock is made from raw bones: use either beef or lamb bones, not a mixture of the two.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Brown Stock Half-Glaze, and Glaze

Using frozen bones: Occasionally, I find veal and beef bones in my supermarket and freeze them for stock. The bones can be frozen whole o...

by Jacques Pepin


Kofta Meatballs

This is a fragrant Middle Eastern dish where ground meat is flavored with spices and formed into balls. They also freeze well and make a ...

by Antony Worrall Thompson


Rich Meat Stock

Plan to make and freeze a few batches of stock the fall, when cooler weather pulls us indoors. Hearty, meaty stews and more complex reci...

by Amy Farges


Boeuf Bourguignon

Traditionally, this dish is cooked entirely with red wine. And that’s fine, just fine. But if you listened to me earlier, and keep a stas...

by Anthony Bourdain


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