This year, instead of settling for poor quality roasts and burger, commit yourself to eating tailgating food that delights your taste buds. You can achieve this by using Meat the Butchers filet mignon prime filet steak to make these perfect tailgating delicacies. All you need to pack is your grill and a few ingredients. Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon Prime Steak Bites
  • 1 8oz Meat the Butchers filet mignon prime steak
  • 6 or 7 slices of thick, wide cut bacon
  • A pinch of salt
  • A dash of pepper-finely ground
  • 1 cup of olive oil
  • toothpicks
This reverse sear method will help you accomplish the perfect Rib roast: a deep brown, crisp, crackly, salty crust on its exterior and the perfectly medium-rare interior. For this dish, plan a 1LB bone piece for each guest.
Passover is a great, sometimes 8-day, celebration of the Israelites being freed from slavery in Egypt. The Meat The Butchers staff decided to go to our president, Harry, so he could share with us a Greenberg family recipe. Make this roast for a bountiful and delicious feast!
Every day can be a day of love. But there's one day out of the year you can make extra special! Remind the man in your life how much he means by whipping up a breakfast that breaks the norm without breaking the bank. A great start to a lovely day.
The next time you or your family is craving variety or an international feel at dinnertime, skip a trip to the restaurant and prepare some high-quality fiesta food right at home. This traditionally Mexican dish is not only delicious, but its fresh vegetable and fruit content is packed with vitamins and a wide variety of nutrients.
Straying from the classic salt-and-pepper-rubbed steak is never a bad idea. Make use of all those great spices in your kitchen and bring out the potential of flavors in your steak. Try this simple recipe as a new venture for a toasty spice rub.
Soup season is here! Time to cozy up with a tried-and-true recipe. Try out this quirky meatball broth and you and yours might have found a new favorite!
This highly tender cut of meat does not need much help to create an elevated eating experience, but with this simple recipe, which is big on flavor, aroma and spice, you can take your senses to a vast new level and will have made what could be the best filet you've ever tasted.
A lovely holiday log with a lot less of the "yule" bit. A fresh Chateaubriand wrapped in a pastry skin and mushroom duxelle will dominate any dinner table during the holidays.