This decidedly Mexican-influenced braised steak has a subtle tropical flavor from the tequila and fresh orange and lime juices. You can make it even more tropical by replacing the orange juice with pineapple juice. The recipe makes a superb pot roast: Simply double the size of the chunk of meat and the amount of seasonings in the rub. The recipe uses the oven for braising, but it can also be done on the stove top at a low simmer. It’s also ideal for slow cookers. Once the meat is cooked, serve it with lots of warm tortillas and Mexican rice. Any leftovers can be shredded to make a great filling for burritos or enchiladas. Adapted from Bruce Aidell's, The Great Meat Cookbook.