Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Steaks

Bool Kogi (Korean Sesame Grilled Beef)

Bool kogi is eaten like moo shu or fajitas, using lettuce instead of a pancake or tortilla.

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Chivito (Uruguay’s Amazing Steak and Egg Sandwich)

The chivito was the first thing I ate on my first trip to Uruguay and it foreshadowed the onslaught of red meat that would accompany my visit. (“We eat meat […]

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Tamari-Glazed Steak with Sweet-and-Spicy Rice

Photo by Ken Goodman Skirt and flank steaks are some of our favorites to grill, but when it’s fancy time we go for the New York Strip, a nice 1-inch-thick […]

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How to Prepare Flank Steak

A quick-cooking, flavorful cut of meat, flank steak is a favorite for the grill. When sliced correctly on the diagonal, the resulting pieces are tender and attractive.

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Steaks from Hell

This recipe literally is steaks from hell. It comes from an unassuming steak house in Jaurez, Mexico, called Mitla, and mitla is the Nahuatl Indian word for hell.

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Tomahawk Rib Steak

“Tomahawk” refers to a rib steak with a long rib bone. Ask your butcher to cut it for you. The peppery coffee rub brings out the meaty flavor of the […]

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Romanian Garlic Skirt Steaks

If you like the sanguine flavor of beef and the nose-tweaking pungency of garlic, you’ll adore this garlicky skirt steak, inspired by Sammy s Roumanian in New York City. Sammy’s […]

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