Blackened Steak

First popularized in New Orleans, these blackened steak recipes seal all the juices inside the meat, leaving a black, peppery crust on the outside. This method of cooking provides many variations such as a delicious blackened beef stir-fry recipe.

See Popular Blackened Steak Recipes

Grilled Filet Mignon with Blackened Tomato and Oregano Sauce

Better Homes and Gardens

Tomatoes are charred under a broiler, then mixed into a terrific sauce to top grilled beef tenderloin.

Filet Mignon Feast for Father's Day

Father's Day without steak would be like a birthday without cake. Unthinkable. And no steak does the trick like filet mignon--the king of cuts for the man of the castle.

Savory Seduction: 5 Unforgettable Filet Mignon Recipes

Filet mignon is the steak of choice for a romantic dinner -- it boasts both exceptional flavor and texture. The steak, which is cut from the center of the beef tenderloin, is the most tender piece of meat on the cow. When properly cooked, the cut develops a beautifully caramelized exterior and a rosy glow within.

Dinner Tonight: Pork Chops with Corn-Mango Salsa

Summer Pork Chops with Corn-Mango Salsa make for a satisfyingly fresh dinner tonight. Bonus: You can enjoy the salsa with chicken or tacos the next day!

Great Grilled Vegetables: Expand Your Grilling Horizons

When you think grilling, you probably think steak, burgers, and the only thing that makes chicken breasts interesting. You probably don't think of grilled vegetables. But vegetables can have a surprising range of flavor when cooked al fresco.

Our Food & Beer Pairing Guide for the Grill

Grilling season is in full swing! Find out which beers pair perfectly with classic grillout staples with our summer food and beer pairing guide.

Serving Wine at Your Holiday Party? Read This! -- Wine 101

Getting ready for a holiday party should be fun, but with so many things to worry about, it's not surprising that it can also be stressful. How much ice will you need? How many bottles of wine should you buy and what kinds?

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