Traveling back to Oregon from Seattle on a Tuesday, my husband, Benjamin, and I pulled into a taco stand in central Washington. We had only $10 in cash and with that we ate our fill of tacos filled with the seared beef called carne asada. There is no secret marinade or ingredient for the habit-forming tacos sold at roadside stands and food carts: the beef is diced very fine, salted, and then browned on a griddle with onions and cilantro. You get a heaping tablespoon of scrumptious beef on top of two soft corn tortillas and a wedge of lime. It's up to you to flavor it with a great salsa like this smooth and tart avocado-tomatillo salsa. Be sure to offer bowls full of radishes, cucumbers, and pickled carrots to fill out the meal, which is especially easy and family-friendly for weeknights on the run.  
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When entertaining, I love roasting a beef tenderloin. This is great for holidays but we love to enjoy for summer entertaining. There is something about a beef tenderloin that brings many smiles. This is also a great paleo recipe and gluten-free — or just an amazing recipe to share with your family and friends. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Spiced Grouper with Roasted Bell Pepper and Coconut Pea Coulis
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Grouper is a mild fish that works well with a variety of spices. This spiced grouper recipe, courtesy of Plumrose Restaurant's chef Imran Ashton, uses smoked paprika, garlic, and fresh thyme. The use of coconut milk in the coulis helps round out the flavors and lends a Caribbean flair.   Click here to watch chef Imran Ashton make his Spiced Grouper with Roasted Bell Pepper and Coconut Pea Coulis. Click here for more grouper recipes.
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D'Artagna's Ultimate Burger Recipe Kit has all of the D'Artagnan goodies needed to make these mouthwatering, luxurious, and satisfying burgers.
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Dish with Diane: Chef Michael Ferraro’s Salmon Tataki
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Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this salmon tataki. Tataki, a Japanese method of preparing fish or meat by quickly searing it over high heat, is the perfect way to make a healthy, quick, and easy dish. Click here for more Dish with Diane: Chef Inspired Healthy with Michael Ferraro. Or click here to watch the video.
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Named one of the 10 "Best New Restaurants in America," by GQ in 2009, Serpas True Food receives a lot of its praise for its custom-blend beef patty served on a homemade brioche bun. Topped with Monterey Jack cheese, crispy bacon, and a spicy mayonnaise, Serpas’ double beef patty represents everything we love about a classic cheeseburger — diner style. It’s seared to perfection on a flattop griddle and served on a buttery toasted bun.  Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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BUFFALO CHICKEN MEATBALLS
These delicious Buffalo chicken meatballs are not only dairy free but they also contain no added sugar. Whether it’s game day, cocktail parties, or just as a treat, these meatballs are perfect for any occasion.This recipe is courtesy of Caroline Potter.
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Wild Mahimahi and Jalapeño Quesadillas
Quick, simple, and delicious, these quesadillas let the clean flavors of mahimahi truly shine. I like a fair amount of heat in my "Mexican" food but if you want to tone it down, just use fewer jalapeños. Click here to see Quesadillas to Suit Every Taste.
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Ibérico Pork Tenderloin with Charred Red Pepper Sauce
An easy charred red pepper sauce inspired by romesco, a popular Spanish sauce, is the perfect accompaniment to seared or grilled meats, such as Ibérico pork tenderloin. Ibérico pork tenderloin is best cooked to a rosy pink medium-rare with what I call the 3/2/1 approach: Sear for 3 minutes on one side, 2 minutes on the other, and finish for 1 minute in the oven. See all pork recipes.
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The best part about tender cuts of bison, like its skirt steak, is that they still hold the rich, intense flavor of the meat but do great with seasonings, too. This recipe seasons skirt with soy sauce, lime juice, and cilantro, and sears it to perfect. Diced up and piled with cheese over crispy tortillas, and it becomes part of some of the best nachos you’ve ever had. 
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grilled brie
This year, look no further than a George Foreman Evolve grill to create specialties of your own ranging from addicting appetizers, to tasty entrées, to delectable desserts and more.The versatility and convenience of Evolve’s removable and interchangeable plates let expand your at-home menu: grilling, baking, and cooking all in one. Evolve features include a 500 degrees F searing burst; digital time and temperature controls for precision cooking; an adjustable slope that allows excess fat to drip off during grilling or provides a flat surface for baking and cooking; and a floating hinge that accommodates thick cuts of meat, vegetables, and sandwiches. This is an amazing recipe to use your Evolve for.Wow guests with this simple, sophisticated appetizer that will be sure to impress at any special occasion or casual get-together.  
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