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prep time

15 min

cook time

20 min
Pan-Seared Steak with Chimichurri Sauce and Garlic Brussels SproutsThis is a great recipe for two people. If you’d like to make a larger batch of Chimichurri Sauce double the ingredients and use a food processor to help with the chopping. If you have any leftover sauce, keep refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 3 days and use to top any other cooked meats, poultry or fish or stir into grain or pasta dishes. Add to some mayo for a yummy sandwich spread. Fresh chimichurri can also be frozen for up to a month if in a sealed container with a layer of olive oil covering the surface.

prep time

20 min

cook time

15 min
Pan-Seared Steak Salad with Strawberries and Blue CheeseThis healthy salad is a huge blast of summer colour! Perfect for a simple weeknight dinner for two, this is a delicious choice for a mid-summer meal on the deck. If you don’t have strawberries on hand, substitute any summer fruit such as blueberries, cherries or sliced peaches.

prep time

5 min

cook time

15 min
Pan-seared Filet Mignon with Herbed Butter BasteThis time-honoured technique is key to making the steakhouse style steak that you crave. For best results, use a cast iron pan that has a flat surface (i.e. without the grill ridges). Be sure to have your stovetop vent on high, good oven mitts at the ready and an apron on to catch spatters. This is a messy technique but it’s worth every minute of cleanup. If you don’t have both rosemary and thyme, use just one. Also good with a sprig of fresh tarragon.

prep time

1:20

cook time

60 min
Beef Liver and OnionsI used to hate liver, probably because of a run-in I had with some that wasn’t cooked very well when I was a wee lad. That all changed when I started working in restaurants and cooking liver regularly. I became much more used to the flavour and aroma, and I grew to enjoy it. Liver and onions are a classic diner dish, slightly elevated here with the addition of balsamic vinegar.