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Gift the Taste of Texas This Holiday Season

If you’re anything like us, your holiday to-do list is already a mile long. With a calendar full of parties to attend, boxes of decorations to hang, and desserts to bake for school and work, it’s hard to find time to complete one of the trickier items on your list: shopping for gifts.

We may not be able to trim the tree or bake your mom’s favorite gingersnaps, but we CAN shorten your shopping list. This year we’re buying Southside Market’s Taste of Texas Holiday Gift Set for all of our foodie friends, as well as the hard-to-shop-for men on our list. Click here to read more.


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Steak and Potatoes: First Up, Tomahawks and Hasselbacks

Welcome to the first installment of “Steak and Potatoes,” a new series by celebrating the beautiful, enduring relationship on the plate of carnivores’ favorite meat and that humble starch, the potato.

Launching this exciting series is a recipe for what Steven calls a “noble steak”—one of the most extravagant forms of the rib steak—an appropriately named beef tomahawk. Picture a monster 24-ounce steak cut from the rib roast with an extra-long section of rib bone attached. When meat is this extraordinary, you want to keep the preparation simple—good coarse salt (sea or kosher salt), freshly and coarsely ground black pepper, and wood smoke—with a disk of unctuous Blue Cheese Butter seductively melting into the meat for extra flavor and richness.

And the potato? One of our most popular recipes has inexplicably been the Smoke-Roasted Hasselback Potato, which debuted on our website nearly a year ago. (Steven calls them “potato chips on a bone.”) These potatoes are the bomb.

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