What happens when two fun-loving Seattle Millennials vlog about how much cool stuff there is to do with beef in their home town. Explore restaurants, cooking classes, food trucks, butcher shops and watch the Local Lens duo learn to cook beef at home!
It's time to take these two to school. Or at least a cooking class. Welcome to Hot Stove Society, where they teach you to cook beef and have fun doing it.
What happens when the Beef Commission tries to help a couple young cooks whip up excited beef chili for their tailgate party and chili taste-off?
Checkout the steak house that is anything but stuffy and everything amazing. Looking for the perfect date night, a way to impress your in-laws or just a great steak? Look up.
It's that lunch time habit that has your mouth watering and taste buds tingling. Ride along with Andrew and Kelly as they learn a little bit about Skillet Food Truck's amazing slow-braised beef Poutine.
Kelly and Andrew wanted to meet with a local butcher (B+E Meats in Upper Queen Anne) to find out what cuts of beef to choose for recipes, how to cut your own steaks and a few tricks of the trade.
For a new cook, entertaining can be overwhelming. So the Beef Commission's own Jackie Madill popped into Kelly's kitchen to help out with some easy (and adorable) beef appetizer how-to.
Starting the day off right matters. And Andrew's Pop Tart + SBUX addiction just don't cut it. So Kelly and Andrew are on a mission to find a couple great beefy breakfast items featuring a simple lean beef breakfast sausage to start the day with a protein punch.
Local Lens trades Uber for horses when they visited the Mays Ranch in Ellensburg. This family showed them the ropes and how they're committed to raising healthy, happy cattle.