Bite and Booze by Jay D. Ducote

Monday, March 14, 2016

Steakspiration in Baton Rouge and Beyond

by Daniel Harris

Any time is a good time for steak, and today is no exception. You can dress it up, getting the nicest cut from a five-star restaurant, or take the more approachable route by slicing it up and putting it in a taco.

No matter the presentation, you'll have to pry red meat out of Team Bite and Booze's cold dead hands. Here’s a look at some of the best steaks we’ve had (or served) over the years.

Doe's Classic Steak and Fries

Starting our journey through steak heaven with this classic, juicy steak from Doe’s.

Lucky Palace Steak with Onion & Bell Pepper 

lucky palace
The perfect trio at Lucky Palace in Bossier City.

Jay's Street Steak Tacos 

steak tacos
This easy to make recipe (using ingredients from Indie Plate) allows you to create your own delicious Steak Tacos.

SALT Steak with Veggies & Potatoes

This expertly cooked piece of steak pairs beautifully with the colorful bed of veggies and potatoes.

Jay’s Flank Steak, Fried Plantain & Chimmichurri Bites

18 Steak Ribeye

18 steak
This great cut of meat is aged for 45 days before being cooked over a mix of mesquite, hickory, and pecan.

Jay's Skirt Steak Roulade 

skirt steak roulade
This skirt steak roulade is made with Jay D’s Louisiana Barbecue Sauce and fresh ingredients from Indie Plate.

Ember's Tomahawk

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