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Tag Archives: beef
I’ve been so busy lately!! Trying to work my job at a child care center, writing blog posts for my too many blogs, and prepare for a show where I sell my photos! So when is there time to cook? … Continue reading
This hardy soup is perfect for a week night- just put it in the crock pot, go to work and it’s done when you get home! Add some hot garlic bread and it is simply delicious!
What is a flat iron steak? It is part of the beef shoulder near the heart and the clod, just under the shoulder-blade. Also sold as a “top blade” steak, it has a lot of marbling and a fascia (gristly … Continue reading
Did you know tomorrow, December 6, is National Microwave oven day! Well, there is a day for just about everything and here is one for that trusty little appliance most of us use almost daily! I don’t know about you, … Continue reading
Steak Frites simply means Steak and Fries in French. Served throughout Europe, both Belgium and France claim it as a national dish (as both claim to have invented it). Regardless of where it came from, it’s a delicious dish – … Continue reading
I love meatloaf – especially the sandwiches made from the leftovers – but I get tired of the same ol’ mushroom soup or tomato sauce covered loaf. So as I played with ideas I thought – hey – I love … Continue reading
It’s another National food day – National Noodle Day. No one seems to know where this National day came from, but it’s a perfect day to share the Pasta of the month!
We love Mexican food at our house – and enchiladas rate pretty high. Any kind of enchilda! Well here is one that went over big – and it freezes great for use another day!
So easy and so good – You will not have any leftovers of this dish! Make it ahead and freeze it for later, or serve it for dinner tonight!
This beef and pasta dish is believed to have originated in Russia in the 19th century. As the story goes, the chef to Count Pavel Stroganov created the recipe for a contest and named it after his employer. The fact … Continue reading