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ARIES (March 21-April 19). Laughter is the sound of aligned interests, objectives and sympathies. An experience of solidarity will be fun for …

ARIES (March 21-April 19). "Sell the sizzle, not the steak" may be the con artist's creed -- then again, not every meal needs the steak. A goo…

This delicious steak sandwich from @sameats is fancy enough to serve at a dinner party, but we don’t think you’ll want to share.

A decadent meal like the one @hannahandjabari put together for Valentine’s Day is probably better than most steakhouse dinners. Lobster and steak are the stars, but mashed potatoes, asparagus, and of course champagne compliment the main course.

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This lettuce wrap recipe is the perfect meal for weeknights because it takes less than half an hour to make. It's also great to use for meal prepping at the beginning of the week.

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Cooking steak in a slow cooker the right way means tender and juicy meat packed full of flavor. Here’s how you can achieve it with your slow cooker at home.

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Malty and sweet beers are light to full bodied beers with a wide ABV range. They’re often toasty and have notes of caramel, toffee and nuts. The English-style brown ale is an example of a malty and sweet beer and it pairs well with hearty meats, like roasted pork and steak (a classic pairing for malty and sweet beers).

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There are two reasons to let the meat sit after cooking. First, for carryover cooking. Second, because the fibers of the protein change while the meat is cooking, and need to relax post-cooking in order to reabsorb the juices. If you’ve ever cut open a leg of lamb or a steak to see perfectly rosy meat and lovely juices, only to have the meat turn tough and grayer a bit later, that’s because you cut into it too early. The juices ran out of the meat onto the cutting board. So be patient.

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