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How to Cook Meatballs & Gravy
Apr05

How to Cook Meatballs & Gravy

This recipe for How To Cook Meatballs & Gravy is delicious & simple to make. This is my favorite way to make these meatballs. How To Cook Meatballs & Gravy: Tip: If you have extra meatballs, freeze them for another dinner next week, or make burger patties & freeze. Type: Entrée Recipe Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 15 – 20 min Yield: 4 – 6 servings The ingredients & instructions are listed below the video...

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How to Cook Beef Stock
Mar24

How to Cook Beef Stock

Beef Stock is the building block of amazing soups, stews & sauces, as well as other dishes that require a bit more flavor. Making your own beef stock is easy to do, but takes some time. You’ll start off with roasting your beef bones, which is the most important part of the recipe to develop deep flavors of deliciousness. Use this stock to make a large pot of soup, or save for later in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days, or...

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How to Roast Filet of Beef Tenderloin
Feb14

How to Roast Filet of Beef Tenderloin

Simple elegance ensues when you follow this recipe for Roasted Filet of Beef Tenderloin. Whether you’re roasting this for Valentine’s Day, another special day or just because, you’ll be ever-so-satisfied with the results. How to Roast Filet of Beef Tenderloin: This beautiful tenderloin recipe will be succulent & exactly what your taste buds ordered… Type: Entrée Recipe Serve with: asparagus & potatoes...

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How to Cook Beef Pot Roast
Jan19

How to Cook Beef Pot Roast

What could be more comforting than a delicious Beef Pot Roast for dinner? If this doesn’t remind you of mom, I don’t know what will… How to Cook Beef Pot Roast: This is an easy way to cook a roast of beef, that keeps it moist & juicy, but gives you a lovely caramelized flavor from first searing the roast on all sides. Type: Entreé Recipe Serve with: mashed potatoes & gravy Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 2...

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How to Cook Open-Faced Steak Sandwiches
Dec24

How to Cook Open-Faced Steak Sandwiches

Open-Faced Steak Sandwiches are a really tasty & quick go-to meal. As much as we enjoy our turkey for Christmas dinner, leftovers the next day, hot turkey sandwiches with gravy the next day, and cold sandwiches or for a cold platter the next day… A change for something different is called for when it’s leftover week! A welcome change at our house is open-faced steak sandwiches with a beautiful array of luscious...

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How to Cook Mincemeat for the Holidays
Nov18

How to Cook Mincemeat for the Holidays

Not exactly sure what Mincemeat is? Not many people do, but it is a traditional dish made in those regions where the World was colonized British, in general. There are variations in Australia, Canada, USA, northern Europe, Ireland & South Africa. How to Cook Mincemeat: The recipe I’m sharing for my mincemeat is one which yields enough for 6 pies. Tip: If you’re going to go through all of this effort to make mincemeat,...

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How to BBQ Pepper Crusted Eye of Round Beef Roast: Cooking Adventures with Kimberly
Nov06

How to BBQ Pepper Crusted Eye of Round Beef Roast: Cooking Adventures with Kimberly

A hearty meal done on the BBQ is this Pepper Crusted Eye of Round Beef Roast! Smokey from the grill, as well as the smoked paprika powder & Ancho chili powder, and you’re on your way to beefy deliciousness. A fabulous crust is made with this pepper rub, and you’ll be excited to eat a succulent roast of beef just underneath it. Pepper Crusted Eye of Round Beef Roast on the BBQ: Seared on the outside with a pepper crust,...

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What the Heck is Mincemeat?: National Mincemeat Pie Day
Oct26

What the Heck is Mincemeat?: National Mincemeat Pie Day

Mincemeat Pie. Now, what is that really? Does it have meat in it? Well, yes & no. It’s not actually meat that is added, but suet – the fat cut from the meat – and added to the fruit that comprises mincemeat, with some lean beef. When sugar, raisins, currants, citron, orange peel, lemon peel, lemon juice, apple cider, cloves, sour cherries, cherry juice, coriander, nuts, cinnamon & mace are added, it is cooked...

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How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: International Nacho Day
Oct21

How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: International Nacho Day

October 21st is International Nacho Day, and no wonder…What’s not to love about Nachos? Most every family, and from young to old, enjoy s a nice, hot platter of nachos. I know we all do, and we use this basic recipe below. How to Cook Ground Beef Nachos: Whether you want to call them Mexican or Tex-Mex, these nachos are wonderful anywhere you make them in the world. Tip: If we want this to serve us as a meal, we add...

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National Taco Day: How to Cook Ground Beef Tacos
Oct04

National Taco Day: How to Cook Ground Beef Tacos

National Taco Day is full of fun and flavor! Crunchy or soft, spicy, tasty and a bit messy too, this Mexican dish is a favorite in the States, to the point that it’s considered Tex-Mex cuisine, and eaten on a grand scale in North America. The base for tacos, fajitas and tostadas is flour or corn tortillas. The corn tortillas are generally folded and fried for tacos, but the ones purchased from your supermarket are good too. How...

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National Chili Month Brings a Recipe You Will Love
Oct01

National Chili Month Brings a Recipe You Will Love

This kicked up recipe finds you because it’s National Chili Month in October! There are dozens of ways to make chili, and each cook seemingly has their own recipe… I don’t think I’ve ever made my chili the same way twice, and that keeps things exciting & fresh. Depending upon your mood or what you have available will determine the personality of your homemade chili. How to Cook Kicked Up Chili: This is my...

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National Corned Beef Hash Day is Here with a Great Recipe
Sep27

National Corned Beef Hash Day is Here with a Great Recipe

Oh National Corned Beef Hash Day…what a wonderful start to the day! Take each ingredient in a hash and really, they aren’t special at all… Put them all together, and it’s something spectacular using leftover corned beef. The word hash is derived from the French verb, “to chop” – hacher. This cured and cooked meat is chopped up and mixed with delicious seasonings and some veggies. Heat it all...

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How to Cook a Top Sirloin Roast of Beef
Sep25

How to Cook a Top Sirloin Roast of Beef

Don’t be scared of the bigger cuts of meat at your grocer…go grab yourself a Top Sirloin Roast of Beef, to start with! Grocery shopping can be a daunting task for a newbie in the kitchen. So many choices, lots of unlearned skills, and scary ingredients. Large cuts of meat are something I see so many people bypass at the store simply because they wouldn’t have a clue what to do with it. Plus, these cuts are expensive,...

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