I’m often asked if Colorado offers a specific cuisine. Yes, I believe we do offer an amazing local cuisine, native to the plains and the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Colorado Recipes abound.
Growing up here on the plains, I vaguely remember the massive steak dinners my parents served to guests. We raised our own grain fed beef, so the table was often laden with massive platters of beef steak.
Season with salt and pepper, a bit of garlic powder and sliced onion sizzling in the pan, these delectably perfectly prepared steaks were melt in your mouth tender, a centerpiece on the table. So tender they could be cut with a fork, the steaks had you drooling in anticipation from the first hint of smokey wood on the grill.
Trust me, nothing satisfies like steak. A tasty Colorado buffalo grass grown beef steak can do what nothing else can do – fill you up with goodness. Easy on the seasonings, a little fresh rosemary on top goes a long ways toward tantalizing those within wafting distance.
A Colorado recipe steak is cooked with more love than butter, seared on a hot grill and hot through the middle. YUM!