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Faux Fillet – Sweet and Spicy Chipotle Beef

Not everyone can afford to eat steak every night, especially Fillet Mignon. And since a nice cut of Fillet averages $23 per pound, most people rarely eat it at all! So, what if I told you that you can get about… Continue Reading →

Sweet and Spicy Ribs

Cooking ribs takes some dedication and patience. The only things that makes a good rack of ribs are the sauce and a nice crunchy bark. (Notice I didn’t say marinade or rub? – “Aint, nobody got time for that!”) Sure there are some… Continue Reading →

Cerebral Dad is on Patreon

Thank you all for all the support. I was able to meet my “propane goal” last month on Patreon! I was able to refill both propane tanks, and fire up the grill once more, Thank you. I’ve reset the goal,… Continue Reading →

To Marinate or Not to Marinate – It’s not really a question…

It’s a common misnomer that a marinade will automatically add flavor to meat, especially if left to sit long enough. There is a science to it and not all marinades improve flavor – in some configurations they will simply soften… Continue Reading →

Double Oven Chicken with Shishito Peppers

If you like crockpot meals – this is like one with a “participation award.” We are going to have to cook a bit before we “set it and forget it.” Nothing too intense – just browning some meat and caramelizing… Continue Reading →

Roast Beef

Roast Beef is made from Eye Round roast. A well seasoned roast beef is delicious. In this recipe we use a rub for a mild flavor at service. Keep in mind that the Eye Round roast is a lean meat… Continue Reading →

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