Steak is no longer just a grill-em-and-eat-em food. It has matured into a gourmet experience of exquisite delight, tempting eager palates with tender mouthfuls of juicy flavor. For today's discriminating carnivores, here at last is a cookbook that they can really sink their teeth into. Celebrating the many different ways beef can be prepared, The Steaklover's Companion gives meat eaters a taste of the unique flavors of the different regions of the country. From Boston, there's Tenderloin Tips braised in Samuel Adams Beer. Florida offers Grillades and Grits with Fried Green Tomatoes. The Western Range serves up a tempting Mesquite-Grilled Rib-Eye Cowboy Steak with Black Bean Rellenos and Pico de Gallo Salsa. Mouthwatering recipes by leading chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Paul Prudhomme, Mark Miller and Stephen Pyles round out the selections, guaranteeing that this cookbook caters to every taste. Beautifully designed, featuring 170 delicious recipes and 50 luscious four-color photographs and packed with invaluable tips on choosing, preparing and storing beef, this is truly the ultimate steaklover's companion.
Cookbooks-Food-Wine, Cooking-by-Ingredient, Meat-Game, Meats,