My grandmother had her hands full raising six kids in the 1950s and ’60s, so a lot of her cooking was very simple. (Though her spaghetti sauce recipe is a family favorite.) Dad also remembers her making these meatballs, studded with rice and served with a simple tomato sauce.
Guy did some solo parenting while I was on a recent business trip, and he had zero problems getting dinner on the table. For this dish, he made four mini meat loaves seasoned with barbecue sauce and surrounded by broccoli, halved cherry tomatoes, sliced mushrooms, and green beans.
We celebrated the end of a long week with this fresh, flavorful, garlicky steak. You start by blending garlic and salt into a paste, and then add fresh herbs, olive oil, red pepper flakes, and lemon juice. This sauce is called a salmoriglio – use as a marinade and then serve it over the sliced grilled steak.
If you’re planning a special dinner, you can’t do any better than this delicious beef tenderloin. Follow these simple instructions and use a meat thermometer, and the garlic herb rub, decadent cut of meat, and your grill will do the rest.