It’s not just about fine dining. It’s about amazing food.
Think I may have found a new favorite. Bill was $177, though, making this the most expensive steak I’ve found outside of LA. Totally worth it.
A waypoint headed into Northern California, from Vegas, on the edge of the mountainous high desert, Jake’s Steak House delivers the goods.
I love to cook. When I get into a hotel room with a cooking surface, I skip the restaurant and go right to Tacos Campechanos, a dish I discovered at La Parilla in downtown LA, but haven’t found anywhere else in the country.
Basically, it’s the Mexican equivalent of American leftovers, and is generally made with two or three types of meat, turned into taco filling.
It can be made of any meat but like La Parilla, I use carne asada and chorizo. Here are the ingredients you’ll need:
The instructions are simple. Cook the diced up half a habanero with the asada. In a second pan, cook the chorizo. When both are done, mix together, and add a couple of splashes of red enchilada sauce.
Heat up a couple of corn tortillas, put on a scoop of meat, add onion, cilantro, and lime, until it all looks like this:
Enjoy, and remember, if you got the recipe from me, it’s bomb.
Meet the Peppercorn prime New York Strip and twice baked au gratin potatoes I picked up in Vegas the other night.
Owned by famed Denver Bronco QB, John Elway, Elway’s is definitely a must try on any steak lover’s journey for perfection. Thirty day wet aged, Salamander prepared, fresh cut, its like Ruth’s Chris without the pat of butter resting under the steak.