The number one rule of great steak is “Start with great meat.” What defines great meat? Is it grass‑fed, is it local, is it natural, is it grain finished? Yes. But, let your pocket‑book and monthly food budget answer that question. And even disregarding the 3 USDA meat grades: prime (prime‑aged), choice, and select, I maintain great meat (aka great steak) is available across all grades and in all budgets.
Maître d’ Hotel Butter, otherwise known as Compound Butter or Chef Butter, are all names for a blend of butter and herbs served with meats and seafood. Make ½‑1 pound at a time, then wrap in parchment paper logs and freeze in zip lock bags until you need it next! This low carb topping will go perfect with your low carb great steaks this summer.
Budget Low Carb is all about staying warm! Winter still lurks and stout March breezes push insistently from the sidelines. Because of this, the months leading into spring are jam-packed with one-pot-low-carb-wonders such as low carb pot roast, low carb soups, low carb stews, and low carb hash. It’s easy to low carb these one-pot phenoms by simply substituting a high fiber, low carb veg in place of carby nonsense like pasta, potatoes, and rice. Great low carb, high fiber veggie substitutes include turnips, cauliflower, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, radishes, even a tiny bit of rutabaga–even though rutabaga is a higher carb choice.
It’s an Old-Fashioned Low Carb Christmas! Not just another “low carb cookbook,” this clever creation is filled with low carb delights that are not just about Christmas but perfect for any holiday meal or special occasion!
If you’ve thought about quitting your low-carb lifestyle, it’s most likely because you’re bored – you just want a really, truly, interesting meal for a change. Problem solved! You and low-carbers like you made 500 Low-Carb Recipes a best-seller, so here are 500 more, and they’re better than ever.
You’ll find dozens of wonderful family dishes that take no more than fifteen minutes to make, prep time included. You’ll even find stuff you’d be happy to serve to company, should you be so brave as to invite people over on a weeknight!