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Tomahawk-Ribeye-Recipe pinit E easy

Also known as cowboy ribeye, tomahawk ribeye is a rib steak cut from the fore-rib - the 6th - 12th rib of the cow, and has the entire bone left in.

This bone-in rib steak has a great amount of muscular fat, which adds a rich flavor to it when cooked. The final flavor of the steak is a mixture of flavors released by both the inter-muscular fat & the huge bone. The bone is French-trimmed, making for a wonderful presentation on the dinner table.

Tomahawk ribeye is a perfect sharing steak for any kind of special occasions, or romantic meals, as it can easily feed 2 - 3 people.

If you’re a fan of bone-in steaks like Porterhouse or T-bone, you’ll definitely love this one too. It’s because the main muscle in tomahawk rib eye - the longissimus dorsi - is also the primary muscle on a Porterhouse or T-bone steak.

25 mins
pinit E easy

If you love shrimp & you love bacon - put them together! Add a little goat cheese, and some cannabis-infused olive oil & you are on your way to a stellar appetizer.

The sweet shrimp, combined with salty, crispy bacon are brought to a higher plane with the creamy, and slightly tangy chevre. To top it all off, THC is added with the canna-olive oil, all brightened up with a squeeze of citrus.

It IS just as good as it sounds, and the aroma will be enough to entice anyone to take a nibble!

22 mins
pinit M medium

Do you love eating grilled food? If yes, you’re at the right place! Here I’m going to share some pretty cool, easy-to-follow grilled food recipes with you. Today, I’m sharing cannabis-infused lemongrass chicken skewers.

Before sharing the ingredients, here are a few tips for you so you don’t mess it up:

- You have to gently poke a hole or two in the peppers and chicken pieces.

- Be gentle while working with the lemongrass stalks, so you don’t break them.

- In case you’re using wooden skewers, make sure you soak them first for 30 min - 1 hour. Otherwise, their ends are going to burn and you won’t be able to do anything, except for helplessly watching them burn and disappear.


P.S: I have made this dish using seeded jalapenos as well, and it turned out super tasty!

27 mins
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