With over 100 company-owned and franchised restaurants throughout the Eastern and Midwestern United States, RARE Hospitality International Inc. has a fast-growing presence in the steakhouse segment of the dining industry. This relative newcomer to the market--at scarcely 15 years in business, compared to such 1960s-era chains as Ponderosa and Bonanza--RARE's irreverent style of "cowboy cuisine" shook up the segment. By 1996, the company's core chain of LongHorn Steakhouses numbered 81 units. Following its initial public offering in 1992, the company acquired the Bugaboo Creek Steak House chain and its smaller The Capital Grille group of pricey eateries. Founder George W. McKerrow, Jr. continued to serve the company as chairman through the mid-1990s.

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Outlaw Steak



OUTLAW STEAK
Longhorn Steakhouse Copycat recipe

Serves 3

3 boneless rib eye steaks (14-15 oz each)
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 medium potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 inch pieces
1/2 cup milk (you might not need it all)
5 tablespoons butter
4 cups fresh broccoli florets
salt and pepper to taste

To make the mashed potatoes, put the potatoes into a pot of salted water over a medium high heat and bring it to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until the potatoes are fork tender. Drain the potatoes. Add 3 tablespoons of butter, salt and pepper then mash the potatoes adding enough milk to reach the desired consistency. Cover the pot to keep them warm until everything else is done.

For the steak, place a cast iron skillet over a medium high heat to get it hot before adding the meat.
Season the steak liberally with salt and pepper then once the pan is very hot add a tablespoon of oil to the pan then add the steak. Sear it for 5 minutes on the first side and 4 minutes on the second side for medium rare result.

To prepare the broccoli place it into a skillet with about a half inch of water and some salt and pepper to taste. Bring it to a boil then covered it and let it steam for 5 minutes before adding 2 tablespoons of butter then serve it with the rest of the meal.



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