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Sarah Ryan
E3 Reverse Sear Tomahawk

E3 Reverse Sear Tomahawk

The reverse sear is a 2-step process:  1. Cooking the steak indirectly (or sort of “baking” the steak).  2. Searing it hot to finishing it off.  What you will need:  • Thick steak. At least Choice grade. Prime is even better. Preferably 2” thick. This is a real man’s steak!  • Holy Cow BBQ Rub (If you don’t have any yet, substitute a simple 50/50 salt/ coarse cracked pepper mix until you order our rub.)  • 1 thick slice of butter  • Cast iron skillet  • Meat thermometer  • Preheat your grill to  Season a thick steak with Holy Cow...

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Sarah Ryan
E3 Prime Rib with Herb Dressing

E3 Prime Rib with Herb Dressing

There’s a reason certain recipes never go out of style. The Memories of family and friends they bring to the table are just as important as their flavor. Link your holidays, past to present with this recipe from our friends at the Big Green Egg.  Ingredients: 1. (4-pound) bone-in standing rib roast 2. Jacobsen’s Sea Salt 3. 4 tablespoons Banner Butter Sea Salt 4. Black Pepper 5. Tablespoon finely chopped fresh basil 6. Tablespoon finely chopped fresh tarragon 7. Tablespoon finely chopped fresh rosemary Directions: One hour before you plan to cook, take the roast out of the the refrigerator....

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Sarah Ryan
E3 Savory Beef Stew Recipe

E3 Savory Beef Stew Recipe

This hearty and savory dish will grab everyone’s attention. Slow cooked for hours this stew isn’t for the faint at heart. Filled with delicious veggies, tender juicy chunks of beef and a sauce that is rich and intense there is nothing simpler or more decadent than this stew. E3 Savory Beef Stew Recipe Ingredients 24 ounces E3 Strip Steaks, cubed 1 1/2 tsp E3 Steak Seasoning ¼ cup olive oil 1 tbsp garlic, minced 1 red onion, diced 3 stalks celery, diced 1 cup broccoli florets 1 lb cremini mushrooms, sliced 1 bag of baby carrots 5 red baby potatoes...

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Sarah Ryan
E3 Smoked Prime Rib

E3 Smoked Prime Rib

Our good friend Matt Pittman the brainchild behind the Meat Church brand of products brings us this incredible recipe for smoked prime rib. Ingredients8 – 10 lb bone-in ribeye roast choice grade or higher (ours was 4 bone)Meat Church Holy Cow RubMeat Church Gourmet Garlic & HerbButcher’s twineA good butter (e.g., Banner)Instant read thermometer Prepare your smokerHeat the smoker to 275 degrees. I recommend a heavy smoke wood, chunks or pellets such as oak, hickory or mesquite. Total cook time will around 3-4 hours. What is a Prime Rib?“Prime” rib doesn’t mean it comes from a Prime grade meat. You can...

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