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Bring the steakhouse home with Al Roker's recipes for all the classics

Al Roker is in the TODAY kitchen cooking up some of his favorite steakhouse-style recipes

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Al Roker makes rib-eye steak with creamed spinach and baked potato

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Al Roker makes rib-eye steak with creamed spinach and baked potato

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He shows us how to make grilled bone-in rib eye steaks, buttery baked potatoes with cheese, creamed spinach with crispy bacon and warm apple crisps that are perfect for fall.

Al Roker's Bone-In Ribeye Steaks
Al Roker's Grilled Ribeye
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The key to making a perfect steak is to keep things as simple as possible and to choose the best quality meat you can find.

Al Roker's Creamed Spinach with Bacon
Al Roker's Creamed Spinach
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This classic steakhouse staple is easy to make and delicious. The bacon adds a smoky flavor — and its addition makes it even easier to eat your vegetables.

Al Roker's Baked Potatoes
Al Roker's Baked Potato
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Nothing beats a basic baked potato. It's the perfect side dish that can be dressed up or down. It tastes just as great with only a bit of butter as it does fully loaded with all the fixings.

Al Roker's Apple Crisp
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Nothing says fall like the smell of cinnamon and apples in the oven. This sweet crisp also incorporates Chinese five-spice powder that gives it an extra kick.

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