dry-aged rib steaks. I'm trying to eat more seafood, always wild caught, but even that can be risky because of mercury and pollutants. Imagine how thrilled I was to learn of the health benefits of eating grass-fed beef. It's actually good for you. It lowers cholesterol and has less fat and calories than grain-fed beef. Amazingly, it contains Omega 3 fats -- the good fats -- because they're in the grass that the cattle eat. And because they graze freely instead of being penned up, they're healthier. But I never expected to find grass-fed beef in our little Southeast coastal town of New Bern.
Get the recipe for Miracle-Marinated Grilled Flank Steak.