Brazilian steakhouse Rub

This recipe is the result of over four years of continuous refinement. It balances sweet and salty from crisp grains of turbinado sugar and sea salt, with a gentle burst of heat from flecks of red chili. The blended spices emphasize floral and citrus qualities of coriander seed, warm pungency of black pepper, and the […]

How to buy Coffee

A cup of espresso is only as good as the raw ingredients with which you make it. Many people believe that espresso coffee must always be dark, highly caffeinated, or labeled “espresso” on the bag. But these things are myths. In fact, espresso can be made from any kind of coffee bean at all (remember: […]

Grandma Knows Best

Some of the most indelible memories of food come from grandmother’s table, meals brought to life by her trove of recipes handed down from one generation to another. These recipes can often be found in restaurant kitchens, where chefs are using comida as a way to bond with staff members. After all, the ritual of […]

Cut the salt

Reaching for salt to season a dish is a natural reflex. Other ingredients, though, can get the job done while pleasing the growing health-conscious segment. Food Fanatics chefs offer ways you can boost flavor and maximize salt’s mileage. 1. TIME IT RIGHT “Salt the surface before you serve rather than 20 times while cooking. The […]

Frittata With Chard And Chorizo – Steakhouse restaurant Dallas

Frittata With Chard And Chorizo Chorizo adds smoky flavor to this vegetable-heavy frittata; use bacon if you prefer. Blue Charcoal Steakhouse restaurant Dallas Ingredients SERVINGS: 4 8 large eggs 1½ ounces Manchego cheese, grated (about ⅓ cup) 1 tablespoon chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley 1 tablespoon chopped chives Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 4 […]

Skillet Chicken Pot Pie With Butternut Squas.

Blue Charcoal Steak house Dallas Recipes Skillet Chicken Pot Pie With Butternut Squash Lay the puff pastry over the skillet for a pretty look. Use any brand; the weight may vary, but either way you’ll have enough to work with.   Ingredients SERVINGS: 6 1/4 cup olive oil 1 cup frozen white pearl onions, thawed […]

Skillet steak the perfect cooking technique!.

Beef Steak Blue Charcoal skillet steak. Close your eyes, and remember the best steak you’ve ever had. Remember how it waited, plump, and brown, and buttery, on your plate, sprinkled with sea salt that had just begun to melt into the surface. Remember that savory, roasted fragrance wafting from the kitchen or the grill. You sliced […]

caipirinha perfect Happy Hour Cocktail.

CAIPIRINHA Caipirinha (pronounced kie-purr-REEN-yah) roughly translates to “country bumpkin” and it is the national drink of Brazil, where it originated, and is a common Carnavale drink & is a perfect happy hour cocktail, refreshing and sexy drink. It is made with cachaça, an intensely sweet Brazillian style of rum that is made from sugarcane juice. […]

Steak with Red Wine Sauce and Smashed Potatoes

Steak and potatoes. If the world could have improved on this classic culinary combination, it would have done so by no. Whether it’s steak-frites at a neighborhood Parisian bistro or a hulking hunk of beef and a giant slowly roasted steak brazil style and potatoes are a combination that signals comfort, extravagance, and pure, indulgent joy. […]

Tender cut

A tasty grilled steak begins with a good raw steak. But how do you tell a good steak from a regular steak? Most of us go to the butcher, whether it’s the corner meat market, supermarket or online store, and find what can appear to be an unending row of steaks. There are a couple […]

Decoding Tough and Tender Cuts

THIS IS PART OF THE COOKING BEYOND THE BASICS CLASS. Understanding the basic anatomy of one mammal—a cow, a pig, a woolly mammoth, or a rabbit—will help you develop an instinctual sense for which cuts of meat to use in almost any situation. Most of us already have a general awareness of how animals move, […]

Wood Selection Guide

  THIS IS PART OF THE BARBECUE CLASS. Why does hickory impart bold flavor and rich, brown coloring to red meat, while the light smokiness of alder makes it a go-to for salmon? The same fundamental components make up all kinds of wood: cellulose, a long chain molecule; hemicellulose, made of different carbohydrates and sugars; […]

Cooking with Charcoal

Charcoal Grilling Tips To Remember when you are cooking with charcoal. tips from Blue Charcoal Brazilian BBQ Style one of the Best Dallas Restaurants. If it is your first time working with a charcoal grill, it is important to know what you are doing in order to make the best decisions regarding your cooking. This […]

Teres Major “Outstanding and Cheap”

Teres Major Teres Major, Outstanding and Cheap? I know, I know. First you’re wondering what the heck is a teres major and why do you care if it is outstanding or cheap. What if I told you it also goes by petite tender? Petite shoulder tender? Shoulder tender? Doesn’t help. OK then. It’s steak. Tender, […]

SWEET SIRACHA UNCURED BACON JERKY

  Trader Joe’s, the bastion of shopping for everything you have always wanted but never need has enticed me to visit our local store with “Sweet Sriracha Uncured Bacon Jerky’. Is it that easy to just mention bacon to lure me into a buying fervor? Yup! This bacon jerky is everything that is promised. Sweet […]