This week we’re dishing up a few recipes from the Rocky Mountain State courtesy of Miss A. Colorado is a special place for me, not only due to its unbelievable beauty, but also because it was where I vacationed several times with my mom, dad and sister (sometimes even aunts, uncles and cousins) when I was growing up. As a mom, I have had the opportunity to share many of these places, memories and experiences with my own little guys in Colorado; and it’s been amazing to see familiar sights as new through their eyes. So when Miss A picked Colorado tonight I knew it was going to be fun, but little did I know it would be an absolute winner.
For our meal we found a plethora of fabulous options at Agriculture-Colorado. The site is host to recipes from numerous chefs throughout the state that cook with locally grown produce and meats. Tonight we settled on Peach Teriyaki Buffalo Steak and Balsamic Glazed Fingerlings. Now we’re not new to buffalo – last summer dad and I tried buffalo brisket in South Dakota – but I have to admit I was leery of the steaks. I mean the brisket was lathered in BBQ sauce, so really it just tasted like BBQ. This, however, was going to be unadulterated Buffalo. We started with the marinade – ripe peaches, teriyaki sauce and honey.
This was truly a winner by all accounts. The Peach Teriyaki Buffalo Steaks received 4 spoons all around! It was shocking really. Mr. N, Miss A and I aren’t big red meat eaters. In fact, Miss A typically won’t touch it, but each one of us LOVED it! It was juicy, flavorful and just really darned good. Mr. N took one bite and about fell off his chair announcing how good it was, and Miss A asked for a second helping of “chicken.” When we explained that it was buffalo, she announced, “I love buffalo!”
The absolute goodness didn’t end there either. The Balsamic Glazed Fingerling potatoes were also a big hit – receiving 4 spoons from 3 out of 4 of us (you can guess who the lone dissenter was!). So this entire meal is a 4 spoon winner! Truly…
Stay tuned for the potato recipe – you won’t want to miss that one! Until then here’s the recipe for the buffalo.
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