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Jennifer Armentrout

  • How-To

    Meet Your New Favorite Steak

    Never mind the name. Flap meat is tender, versatile, and relatively inexpensive.

  • Recipe

    Greek Spinach Salad with Grilled Flap Steak and Marinated Feta

    Grilled steak turns a Greek salad into a substantial dish, while marinating the feta in a mixture of spicy chile flakes, briny capers, bright lemon, and herbs adds a big…

  • Recipe

    Grilled Flap Steak and Asparagus with Béarnaise Butter

    A compound butter packed with tarragon and shallot mimics the flavors of béarnaise sauce with much less effort. If you have any left over, try it on salmon or rice.

  • Recipe

    Mushroom Steak Melt

    This knife-and-fork open-face sandwich features thinly sliced flap meat mixed with savory rosemary beer-glazed mushrooms and onions under a blanket of melty cheese. Here, the steak is initially cooked to…

  • Recipe

    Sesame-Ginger Flap Steak

    Flap meat’s coarse grain makes it a champ at holding on to the flavors of a marinade, and this teriyaki(ish) one is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Serve with blackened sugar snap…

  • Article

    Making Parchment Rounds

    You can buy pre-cut parchment rounds, but they are super easy to make yourself.

  • Article

    A Better Butter Log

    Use this technique for nice round pats of your homemade flavored butter

  • Recipe

    Apple-Pear-Cherry Pie

    This pie is best when made ahead and baked straight from the freezer. Leftovers—should there be any—are great for breakfast.

  • Article

    Awards Season

    Hollywood has golden globes and oscars, but the culinary world has a few buzz-worthy awards, too.

  • Article

    We’re on TV! Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

    Each episode of our much-anticipated show, A Moveable Feast, features chefs we know and love working with local food artisans and farmers to create a memorable meal.

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