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Butcher-Approved Grilling Recipes Gallery

Staring into the clean and bountiful meat case at the butcher shop can sometimes feel intimating. Packed with fresh prime cuts stacked one upon the other to form mountains of rosy-red meat, this collection of proteins can be hard to navigate if you are not familiar with them, so don’t be shy to ask for help.

Try making friends with your local butcher and ask them questions. “My recipe calls for this, but can I use that?” “I love a fillet, but it’s a little out of my price range — got anything similar in taste, but less expensive?” “How long should I let a steak like this rest for before cutting into it?”

Butchers usually are more than happy to assist you in your meat selection, and if you’re lucky they’ll share some knowledge and pro tips on how to cook their goods. Over time (and after enjoying many delicious steaks, chops, and more), this relationship will prove to be invaluable.

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Grilled Skirt Steak With Chimichurri

Skirt steak has incredible flavor and texture, but be sure not to overcook it. Enjoy this with some Argentina wine for a delicious and easy meal suitable for any night of the week.

Click here to see this Grilled Skirt Steak With Chimichurri recipe.

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Marinated Grilled Chuck Steak Recipe

In the past, chuck has been referred to as “butchers cut” because the meatmongers used to keep this inexpensive cut for themselves and their family. Great marbling of fat, nice texture, and meaty flavor is what you can expect from this under-the-radar protein.

Click here to see this Marinated Grilled Chuck Steak recipe.

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Bacon and Blue Cheese Sliders

This dish uses the classic steakhouse flavor combination of bacon and blue cheese, but delivers them in a playful but delicious slider form. Serve these at your next summer barbecue and they will be sure to be a hit.

Click here to see this Bacon and Blue Cheese Sliders recipe.

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Honey Soy Grilled Skirt Steak

A simple honey-soy marinade helps transform the normally cheap cut of skirt steak into something magical in this recipe. The use of fresh garlic and ginger helps to add extra spice to the dish.

Click here to see this Honey Soy Grilled Skirt Steak recipe.

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Spatchcock Grilled Chicken With Beetroot Slaw

This is a great technique to keep in mind when cooking a whole chicken. Removing the backbone enables the chicken to lay flat on the grill, meaning it cooks at a much faster rate.

Click here to see this Spatchcock Grilled Chicken With Beetroot Slaw recipe.

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Grilled Chicken With Buffalo Barbecue Sauce

Addicted to Buffalo wings? Then try this recipe, which marries the flavors of Buffalo and barbecue sauce together.

Click here to see this Grilled Chicken With Buffalo Barbecue Sauce recipe.

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Crispy Smoked Chicken Wings

These are not your average chicken wings! Smoke plays a complex role in this recipe, as it lends richness to the wings. Try serving these at you next backyard barbecue, and your guests will be in awe.

Click here to see this Crispy Smoked Chicken Wings recipe.

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Whole Grilled Chicken With Citrus Butter

Citrus butter is the key to this recipe. Basting the chicken keeps it juicy as it cooks and adds a hit of lemon-lime that will leave you pleasantly surprised.

Click here to see this Whole Grilled Chicken With Citrus Butter recipe.

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Tender Grilled Pork Chops

The secret to this perfect pork is the marinade. If you can, though, try finding bone-in chops, which will help protect the meat and keep it juicy as it cooks.

Click here to see this Tender Grilled Pork Chops recipe.

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Kalbi Korean Short Ribs Recipe

Recreate your favorite Korean barbecue dish at home with the wonderful kalbi recipe. Ask your butcher to cut the short ribs flanken style (thin and cut across the bone). This allows the meat to cook quickly and makes it easier to eat when finished.

Click here to see this Kalbi Korean Short Ribs recipe.

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St. Louis Ribs

Ribs taste great any time of the year, but are especially satisfying in the summer. This recipe for St. Louis-style ribs uses apple juice to baste the meat while it cooks for a lightly sweet and smoky flavor.

Click here to see this St. Louis Ribs recipe.

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Grilled Lamb Chops With Cherry Salsa

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