Recipe: Elizabeth Karmel's Texas Tenderloin

Elizabeth Karmel's Beef Tenderloin As any outdoorsy cook will tell you, the secret to grilling lies in simple but precise cooking: if performed properly, you’ll enjoy cuts with caramelized crusts that effortlessly give way to tender and juicy centers. This tenderloin from Hill Country's Elizabeth Karmel does just that. It's enhanced with a clean rub of salt, pepper, and cayenne—and you'll have plenty extra to use for your next grilling adventure. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Elizabeth Karmel's White Corn Pudding

White Corn Pudding In this custardy corn pudding from Elizabeth Karmel of New York's Hill Country, puréed sweet corn is spiked with spices and thickened with cheeses to make a sinfully rich side that will stand its ground next to any bite of brawny barbecue. Chef Karmel prefers frozen shoepeg corn, a mild cultivar that's named after the tiny wooden pegs that were once used to attach shoe soles to uppers. If you can't find it, any corn in your local frozen-food aisle will work fine. Get the recipe here, or try the dish at Saturday's Chefs & Champagne® New York.

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