The big fat backyard barbecue guide
Atlanta chefs share their favorite summer recipes and teach us how not to f&*k up a cookout
Thursday May 18, 2017 09:26 am EDT
Summer is here, and that means one thing: Itbs cookout season. But why throw a lame luncheon when you could host the backyard bash of the year? To help, we called in some of the best chefs in Atlanta to share their favorite summer recipes, complete with pro tips to help you recreate these dishes at home. So drop that packet of Kroger brand hot dogs, fire up the smoker and letbs move this party outside.
Grilled flat iron steak withgrass-fed butter
from Rusty Bowers of Pine Street MarketbWhy flat iron steaks? The flat iron is my favorite cut not only because of its rich flavor and uniform, lean shape b it is also one of the most tender cuts of beef, second only to the fillet. This lesser-known cut is still available at a fraction of the price compared to rib-eye, flank and NY strip steaks.b b Rusty BowersIngredients:
b 2 flat iron steaks<p class=""p10""><span class=""s2"">b" 1 package of Banner Butter (I recommend roasted garlic
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