I love to grill, especially steak but I can never recreate the same steaks that I eat at steakhouses, can anyone tell me how exactly steakhouses get that great crust without drying out the meat and without over cooking the steak. Thanks!
I have been trying to recreate the filet I had at Chamberlain's in Dallas
Does anyone have a good recipe for using strawberries? There is a local market down the street that has some really great, fresh strawberries but I never know what I can do with them other than eat them plain or with sugar...Any ideas?
If you have checked out some of my other posts, I moved to Texas last summer and have been in love with the amount of great restaurants down here. I tried a steak house about a month ago called Chamberlain's in Addison, TX. I wrote a review on this site because it was a really great steak, one of the best I have ever eaten. So I posted and that was that.
I turned on the television the other day and there was the man behind the steak...Executive Chef Richard Chamberlain.
Here is a video from a local Fox affiliate where he prepares a flat iron steak and gives away a few secrets behind the delicious steaks. He is also promoting a local event that he is involved in.
I love to grill ears of corn but does anyone have any tips? I have tried grilling with husk on and husk off. Husk on gives it more of a steamed taste, I have also tried wrapping corn in foil. When I grilled the corn out of the husk it didn't turn out as good, I think the heat might have been too high maybe?
Anything special that people put on the corn before grilling it?
I moved to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area last summer from the East Coast and I have been checking out all of the great BBQ restaurants and steak houses but I was looking for some great seafood. If anyone has any recommendations please let me know. Thanks!!
Texas is known for steak so when I try a new chop house I have high expectations. I recently dined at Chamberlain's steak and chop house in a city near Dallas called Addison, TX. I consider myself somewhat of a foodie and I love to eat but I had never tried this place. I found out that Chamberlain's is owned by Executive Chef Richard Chamberlain. They opened at 5 pm for dinner and I ordered the crab cakes and the 8 oz. filet and everything was absolutely excellent! One of the best Filets I have ever eaten and the best crab cake I have had outside of Maryland. They also have an incredible wine list and make great Key Lime Pie! I suggest Chamberlains if you are looking for a great steakhouse in the Dallas area.
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