Smoky-Sweet Tri Tip

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With a tender tri tip steak, wood chips and a hot grill, you can enjoy lip-smacking smoked barbecue any night.

Asian Chicken-Beef Noodle Soup

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Classic chicken noodle soup gets an Asian spin with a spicy beef-infused broth and thin vermicelli noodles. It's a comforting soup for cold and flu season.

Buffalo (Bison) Carbonnade

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Use buffalo stew meat and dark ale to make this luscious and hearty Belgian-style braise.

Super Succulent Five-Spice Pork Shoulder

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Super succulent meat tinged with the heady flavor of five-spice.

Spiced Pork Roast

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This dish is supremely delish with roasted root veggies. Choosing heritage pork will mean even more flavor. I love leftovers in a sandwich slathered with mustard and dotted with bread and butter pickles.

Short Rib and Cremini Ragu

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Hearty, long-simmered braised short ribs and mushrooms combine in a luscious, tender ragu to warm up a chilly evening.

Lamb Tagine with Preserved Lemon and Dates

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Whole grain bulgur stands in for traditional couscous in this hearty, fragrant Moroccan-style lamb braise.

Grass-Fed Beef Bulgogi

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Bulgogi means “fire meat” in Korean and it's a great way to cook lean grass-fed beef. Serve it on lettuce cups with short-grain brown rice for light, healthy dinner.

Barbecued Beef Brisket

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Beef brisket is a tough cut that lends itself to slowly smoking on the barbecue. This beef brisket recipe is the ultimate slow food, but it's well worth the effort.

Braised Rabbit with Easy Pan Sauce

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You’ll want a tender “fryer” or “young” rabbit for this recipe; fryers typically weigh less than 3 pounds. Ask the butcher to cut the rabbit into six serving pieces, which makes this a simple dish you can prepare on a weeknight.