NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Colder temperatures are here, but don’t let the dog days of winter bring you down.

If you’re longing for that summer grilling, why not bring it inside?

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Marc Sherry from New York City’s Old Homestead Steakhouse stopped by to show us how to do a winter barbecue. See below for his tasty recipes!

Old Homestead Grilled Steak Soup w/ Winter Veggies

• Salt a 32 oz porterhouse steak
• Place in deep skillet pre-heated medium to high heat
• Sear 6 min each side
• Cube ½ cup each butternut squash, turnips, parsnips, carrots
• Chop 1/2 cup leeks
• Shave corn from two ears
• Coat 6 qt pot with olive oil
• Add vegetables, stir to coat with oil
• Sauté over medium heat, stirring often, until semi-tender
• Cut porterhouse into 1” cubes
• Add steak to the vegetables, along with the bone
• Season with salt and pepper to your taste
• Add 1 qt beef stock and 6 cups water
• Let simmer over medium heat, partially covered with lid, for 30 min
• Add cup of water if necessary
• Serve with hearty hunks of sourdough bread

Old Homestead Stuffed Burgers

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• Shape a blend of ground short ribs, sirloin and brisket into a plump 16 oz burger
• Slice in half
• Make a depression in the center of both halves
• Stuff center of one half with crumbled blue cheese, chopped bacon, finely chopped sweet onion (or your favorite toppings) until center is filled
• Reassemble halves and seal tightly around all edges
• Place burger in pre-heated lightly greased cast-iron skillet, covered on medium heat
• Grill 5 min each side for rare (8 min each side for medium rare)
• Serve on brioche buns

Old Homestead Long Bone Beef Ribs

• Boil 6 long bone beef ribs 30 min in large pot
• In small bowl, stir together dry rub ingredients:
• 1 ½ tbsp each paprika, packed dark brown sugar,
• 1 ½ tsp ground cumin, orange zest
• ½ tsp each salt, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, Cajun spice,
• 1 clove minced garlic
• Set aside
• In small bowl, stir together sauce ingredients:
• ½ cup honey
• 1 cup each Dijon mustard, ketchup
• ½ cup Worcestershire sauce
• Brush sauce abundantly on 3 ribs
• Apply dry rub to other 3 ribs pressing rub into the meat with your hands
• Place ribs on large baking sheet into 350-degree pre-heated oven
• Bake 30 min or until sauce becomes a caramelized glaze and rub gets crusty
• Serve with sides of coleslaw, potato salad and extra napkins

Old Homestead Clam Bake

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• Cover bottom of 6 qt pot with seaweed
• Add into pot:
• 1 ¼ lb lobster tail cut into chunks
• 12 cherry stone clams
• 24 Prince Edward Island Mussels
• 3 whole Andouille sausage links
• 8 small halved red bliss potatoes
• 3 ears of corn quartered
• 1 stick unsalted butter
• 16 ozs clam juice
• 8 ozs water
• Old Bay seasoning to taste
• Simmer and steam on low to medium heat for 30 min