Recipes

Torched Honey Baked Ham

This post is sponsored by Bernzomatic but rest assured, all opinions are my own. In the holiday war of ham vs turkey, I’m team ham unless there is homemade stuffing involved. It’s true, I confess that stuffing or “dressing” for those of you who insist, is my favorite part of Thanksgiving. But today, we are …

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Ancho Chile Rubbed Top Sirloin

This post is sponsored by Omaha Steaks. Rest assured, all opinions are my own. Top sirloin. It’s tasty. Damn tasty.  In this top sirloin recipe, the smoky sweet ancho chile powder gives the steak an extra flavor boost. It’s affordable and quick and easy to make as well. The sirloin that I ate growing up …

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Exploring the Nutrition, Grades and Cuts of Beef in the Meat Case

I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with staff of the New York Beef Council Jean O’Toole, executive director and Katherine Brosnan, Director of Producer Communications and Influencer Outreach.  After doing a meat case tour, I was inspired to talk about exploring nutrition and grades and cuts of beef in the meat case. …

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Porterhouse Steak and Eggs

Porterhouse Steak and Eggs

This post is sponsored by Omaha Steaks. Rest assured, all opinions are my own. Someone once said, “Give Melissa a porterhouse steak and she’s a happy girl!”.   Actually, I was the one who said that.  My Dad use to say that about me and prime rib.  Either way, a hearty meal with a porterhouse …

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