The best way to cook chuck steak is to slow cook the meat so that it becomes tender. Marinating the meat ahead of time also helps to tenderize the cut. More »

Slow cooking a chuck steak requires little effort and is the easiest method of preparation. Place the steak in a crock pot, and cover with a braising liquid that may include beef broth or red wine. Depending on the size,... More »

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Some top ways to cook swordfish steaks include grilled or pan-seared. Swordfish steaks can also be fried as seen in the Food Network's swordfish mofongo recipe. More »

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To prepare and cook baby back ribs, cover the ribs with a rub and slow cook them until tender while basting with barbecue sauce. Baby back ribs can also be baked in the oven and finished on an outdoor grill. More »

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To ensure tenderness in a cube steak, tenderize the meat, marinade it in an acid mixed with oil, take the steak out 30 minutes before cooking, heat a skillet to medium-high heat, add olive oil, and sear the juices in. Yo... More »

Slow cooking a chuck steak requires little effort and is the easiest method of preparation. Place the steak in a crock pot, and cover with a braising liquid that may include beef broth or red wine. Depending on the size,... More »

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Prepare oven pot roast by preheating the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, seasoning the meat, browning the meat in the roasting pan, adding vegetables to the roasting pan and baking until the roast is just about tender. V... More »

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