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Mix and match these meat and potato recipes for a fabulous Father’s Day feast. Don’t forget the ice-cold beer.
What dad doesn’t love a juicy burger? These are the ultimate burgers — they’re packed with flavor and reliably juicy, even when cooked to well-done.
A thick Dijon mustard marinade gives these grilled baby potatoes great texture and flavor. Perfect for a summer cookout!
A classic French dish, steak au poivre is a pan-seared filet mignon with a crunchy peppercorn crust and rich Cognac sauce.
Ever wonder why your skirt steak isn’t as tender as the one from your favorite Tex-Mex restaurant? Find out why and get the recipe for the best carne asada ever!
Although sweet potatoes are most popular during the fall and winter, this dish is great anytime of year and will have Dad going in for seconds (and thirds).
These drip-down-your-chin sliders are jazzed up with Southwestern spices, jalapeños, and Jack cheese.
Easy and full of flavor, this flank steak is one of my favorite summer grilling recipes.
Boiled potatoes smashed with parmesan cheese and butter make a rustic and irresistible side dish.
These smoky, spicy Sloppy Joe’s are made completely from scratch (read: no ketchup or seasoning packets).
With sliced potatoes, heavy cream and grated cheese, potatoes au gratin is the ultimate comfort food. The indulgence is worth it!
Pan-searing is the best way to cook a steak, and it’s also the easiest!
These ultra-creamy mashed potatoes can be made two days ahead of time and reheated in the microwave.
In this potato salad, the typical American mayo dressing is replaced with pickled onions and a tangy vinaigrette. It is ridiculously good!
Grilled beef tenderloin pairs beautifully with a zesty Argentine chimichurri made from parsley, mint and cilantro.