Grilling Guide for Beginners: What Newbies Need to Know

Grilling is just heat and meat, two simple elements that play nice together. Here’s the beginner grilling guide you need to know how to grill!

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How to Reheat & Revive Your Leftovers the Right Way

Rule of thumb states that for best results you should reheat your leftovers as closely to their original cooking method as possible. That said, subtle differences exist in preparing leftovers versus their fresh counterparts. Use this primer to make the most of your leftovers every time.

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These Top Sirloin Recipes Are Everything

If you’re looking for a classic steak dinner, look no further than the top sirloin. Naturally lean and bursting with bold, beefy flavor, the top sirloin is a well-loved cut that’ll work great in a variety of recipes. Case in point: Grilled Top Sirloins with Roasted...

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Bone-In Pork Shoulder

When cooked low and slow on the Kamado Joe, this bone-in pork shoulder is perfect for a crowd or when you’re planning ahead for leftovers.

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This Summer, Get Your Smoke On

As smoking gains even more traction amongst home cooks, becoming less niche and more mainstream, we wanted to share a couple of delicious recipes where it’s all about the smoke.

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Baby Back Pork Ribs

Omaha Steaks Baby Back Ribs are fall-off-the-bone delicious when cooked over fire and world-class lump charcoal in the Kamado Joe.

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Yep, it’s official. We’re claiming the title. The Official Snack of Dads.   Meet the all-new line-up of premium beef jerky and pork hunter’s sausage from Omaha Steaks. It’s here in the Dad Department because there’s no better way to feed busy, hungry, steak-loving...

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Dad’s Cooking Tonight: Thanksgiving Dinner (!)

A gourmet meal from freezer to table in less than 2 hours... I did it! I pulled off a Thanksgiving dinner. But I cheated. Sort of. I mean, it's not cheating it you don't get caught, right? I’ll let you decide, but before you do, let’s turkey trot back to the beginning...

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Dad’s Cooking Tonight: Halloween Meal Ideas

How to make a gourmet family meal for the month of monsters Make it easy, make it fun and make it delicious. That’s how I approach my once-a-month endeavor known as “Dad’s Cooking Tonight.” If I can succeed with those three things, the family meal is a success, and...

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How To: Holiday Prime Rib Roast

The holidays are right around the corner - are you thinking about what to serve at your holiday table yet? For Thanksgiving, we, of course, always have a turkey but we also serve a non-turkey option and the kids (and my father) want something else other than ham. Are...

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Creole Sausage Roast

The summer/fall transition question - to grill or not to grill? Sometimes you have every intention to grill, and then a chilly fall night halts your plans. Whenever that happens to me, I bring the grill inside and roast things at high heat on a sheet pan. This way, I...

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Spanish-Style Steak Skewers with Garlic Aioli

In 2011, I spent an amazing two weeks traveling around Spain and exploring its diverse culinary culture. On one of our last nights there, we booked an outdoor table at a new restaurant on the recommendation of our hotel concierge. It was in a low-key spot, away from...

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Omaha Steaks Tailgate Toppings Bar

I love summer, and I’m not saying that I’m ready for it to end, but man am I excited for Fall! I love Fall for many reasons, the weather being one of them. I love the crisp, cool air, and wearing jeans and light sweaters. There is nothing quite like the leaves...

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Asian Sticky Baby Back Ribs

I’ve had a sticky ribs recipe floating around in my head for awhile. There’s plenty floating around in there beyond just sticky ribs, I swear. Never mind that it revolves around cheese, Ryan Gosling, and holding on for dear life as the teenager drives me two city...

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