Rich rib eye steak lends itself to all kinds of delicious recipes. You can enjoy it in beef tartare (better yet, served with smoked oyster aioli), grill it until it’s medium-rare and pair it with sweet gorgonzola butter, and pull off steakhouse-style rib eyes with the help of salt and time. Rib eye is also one of the stars in this steak-and-shrimp hot pot recipe, and it pairs beautifully with celery on the grill, too. Read on for those recipes, and many more ways to prepare rib eye steak.
The key ingredient in a great Bolognese sauce is patience. That begins with cutting your meat and vegetables evenly, then browning your meat and allowing your stock and wine to reduce gently, while you carefully monitor the pot to make sure nothing scorches... This is the bolognese recipe you've been waiting on.