Nothing says Father’s day quite like grilled butcher shop meats and beer! This month, we’re serving up more than just meat for your grilling pleasure. Most dads are probably aware of the iconic beer-can-chicken recipe (well, it’s certainly interesting, if not iconic), but that’s not the only boozy option this June.
Light up the gas or charcoal grill and get searing with these boozy grilling options. For a complete guide to grilling with beer, read this article. And for those looking to add seafood to their menu this Father’s Day, check out this beer-packed recipe!
Not to be confused with Flank steak, Skirt steak is a cut of meat that comes from below the rib. This cut is an excellent option for steak tacos or fajitas. While on the tougher side, skirt steak can be the star of the show with the help of an incredible overnight marinade! Add oranges, onion, garlic, a pale ale beer, and soy sauce for a bright and tangy flavor.
You may be surprised to know that this colorfully named cut of pork is a cut of meat that comes from the pig’s shoulder. When cooked low and slow, this cut does best for pulled pork or stew. Turn up the heat with this BBQ recipe with a light beer or an IPA to cut through the rich, fatty flavor.
Baby-back ribs are always a Father’s Day fave! These tender and juicy ribs are typically sourced from the lower part of the ribs (and they’re juicy and tender, too!). Poach these ribs in chicken stock, bay leaves, chili peppers, a light beer or a stout for a grilled masterpiece!
Did you know? You can enhance the smoky flavor by adding a stout to your baby-back ribs.
For the best selection of Father’s Day meats and deli cuts, visit us at D’Errico’s! Not sure what recipe works best for your meat? Ask us! Follow our Facebook page for updates on catering menu options, butcher specials, and more.