December 17, 2012

III Forks? 5 Stars.

3 Forks Filet with sides

I don’t hide my disdain for chain restaurants. I define a chain restaurant as a brand that has at least five locations. I find that the original idea behind a chain may be good, but it becomes tough for the subsequent locations to maintain the food quality. Eventually, chains become synonymous with mediocre food at decent prices. So when I was invited to III Forks to have dinner on Saturday night, you better believe I was worried. III Forks is a steakhouse and seafood restaurant with 3 locations in Texas, 3 locations in Florida, and one location in downtown Chicago. I was preparing myself for a mediocre experience, but what I got is one of the best restaurant experiences that I have ever had.  Read the rest of this entry »

October 6, 2011

Hearty Dinner Thursday: Steak and Potatoes

We have several ideas for your hearty dinner this evening, and recipes to match! Keep reading to learn a great variation on the traditional steak and potatoes, and learn how you can make this combo a menu staple by serving it with different sides! Read the rest of this entry »

July 28, 2011

Hearty Dinner Thursday: Steak Fajitas

We started Hearty Dinner Thursday last week with Fettuccine Alfredo (read it here) and we’re continuing the trend  this week with Steak Fajitas! We know that everyone needs at least 1 day a week to indulge, and today is the perfect day to have steak alongside some delectable veggies. Keep reading to learn the method and start making your own Steak Fajitas! Read the rest of this entry »

November 3, 2010

How to Perfectly Cook Your Steaks!


If you can never check your steaks’ doneness without cutting into them, we have a tip that will change your life!  Ok, maybe not your entire life, but at least the meat-cooking aspect of your life.  :)  Our simple tip will help you cook your steaks perfectly without turning them into a cut-up mess! Find out all about it after the jump! Read the rest of this entry »

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