In Texas, barbecue and wine are a match…trust us on that! Our top picks for local BBQ in San Antonio come paired with inexpensive vinos that accentuate that smoky, juicy flavor we all know so well!
What a start to the new year! Actually, in moderation, these ‘luxuries’ can be good for you. Let’s start with red meat—a particular kind of red meat. Next, chocolate – dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is loaded with antioxidant properties. Last but not least – red wine.
Now is the time of year when you want your holiday table to be spectacular! Some of the finest beef in all of America can be found at Bolner’s Meat Market…that’s HeartBrand Akaushi.
The best brisket I’ve ever had HANDS DOWN came from Bolner’s Meat Market on the south side of San Antonio. This 20 pound giant is stuffed with jalapeños and garlic cloves, spiced with your favorite rub and slow cooked all evening so that it’s just perfect the next day for your party.
By the half, by the sides, by the pound—however you want to fill your backyard grill, Bolner’s has you covered. Grilling expert Joe Doria has some tips on smoking the perfect rack of ribs, juicy chicken or tasty links on the grill every time.
A treasure trove of antique recipes is tucked away into the stacks at the University of Texas San Antonio Library’s Special Collections.
Bolner’s is the best—these guys know everything there is to know about grilling.
To kick off Fiesta I went to the grilling experts in town – Bolner’s Meat Market.
Tamales! Do you have a favorite? I know I do; so, I am definitely looking forward to “¡Tamalada Throw-Down!” on Friday, April 16th. I’ll be a judge in the third annual tamale recipe contest. About a dozen of San Antonio and Texas’ top chefs will compete. The Throw-Down is a partnership between Delicious Tamales, The […]
A cabrito guisada taco is like no other….the meat is incredibly tender, juicy and the flavors are incredible. The key to good cabrito is the grilling process. It’s not difficult and the end result well worth it.
This is the biggest, most tender rib I’ve ever had! Bolner’s is known for their famous fajitas, but have you ever grilled up a batch of their mega ribs? Fire it up! Spring time in SA is here.
You won’t find finer beef in San Antonio – I haven’t. Bolner’s is top shelf, and their master butcher Joe Doria is an artist at carving steaks.
Try lamb. It’s a great source of protein and also packs a punch when it comes to zinc and vitamin B12 according to info I’ve seen. I’ve been a huge fan of lamb since discovering the racks sold at Costco that average about $14 for about 6 ribs…not bad! Since then I’ve ventured out and […]
I thought I’d seen everything until Joe Doria, the MASTER Butcher at Bolner’s Meat Market, whipped up a tailgating feast I’ll never forget. Giant, juicy cuts of beef (filet mignon included) on skewers, wild caught U-10 jumbo shrimp with jalepenos wrapped in bacon, chicken diablos (amazing at only $1.50) and bacon wrapped farm raised quail […]
You’ve probably heard of Kobe beef, possibly Wagyu beef but have you ever heard of Akaushi? If not, read on because its history is interesting, and its health benefits are intriguing. Akaushi beef is a specific breed of cattle native to Japan. They are a protected breed and considered a national treasure to Japan. During […]