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Category Archive: Beef

Traditional Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage plus Tasty Tuesdays

Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage (TÖLTÖTT KÁPOSZTA) – cabbage leaves stuffed with meat and rice and cooked in a tomato sauce.

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Marvelous Mushroom Main Dishes

Do you like mushrooms? I love them! And there are so many ways to enjoy them like tossing them in a salad or on pizza, or making them a featured part of the dish like in these marvelous Mushroom Main Dishes.   Barbecue Lentil Mushroom Burgers   Chicken Fricassee Beef Stroganoff Mezetti Mushroom and Goat Cheese Ravioli …

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International Recipes for the Olympics plus Tasty Tuesdays

The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio are right around the corner, so this week I compiled some fabulous recipes from across the globe to get you in the spirit.   I’d be here all day if I posted recipes from every country that will be participating in the Games, but I did my best …

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12 Garlic Recipes for National Garlic Day plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party

April 19th is National Garlic Day. Another day another national food celebration. But this is garlic! The stinking rose. Definitely celebration worthy in my book. I use plenty of garlic in my day to day cooking and could have compiled a much longer list for you of great garlic recipes. Instead a culled it down …

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Low and Slow Roast Beef plus Tasty Tuesdays Link Up

What a party we had last week – 118 entries! I think that might have been a Tasty Tuesdays record. I am excited to see what you are bringing to the table this week. I have the Low and Slow Roast Beef. I snagged a lovely roast on sale at the store and was craving a …

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Simple Beef Shish Kebabs

How delicious did my guys think these Simple Beef Shish Kebabs were? Not only did they eat them, they complimented me! UNPROMPTED! You might also like these posts Slow Cooker Brisket with mushrooms and onions Amazingly Flavorful Low Fat Meatballs BBQ London Broil in the Slow Cooker plus Tasty Tue… Pumpkin Gnocchi and Bacon Alfredo

Slow Cooker Brisket with mushrooms and onions

Slow Cooker Beef Brisket with mushrooms and onions: easy, moist, tender and oh so tasty! You might also like these posts Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup) Simple Beef Shish Kebabs Amazingly Flavorful Low Fat Meatballs BBQ London Broil in the Slow Cooker plus Tasty Tue…

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Amazingly Flavorful Low Fat Meatballs

If I were considerably younger I might consider calling these “Amaze-balls”, but I am far too old to be able to say that and not sound foolish. But, these meatballs are amazingly moist and flavorful and adaptable to a variety of cuisines. And they happen to be lower in fat. The recipe is based on …

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Simple and Healthy Spring Brunch Menu plus Tasty Tuesdays Link Up

Spring is a wonderful time for brunch, whether it is for Easter or Mother’s Day or just because it is Spring and the weather is getting beautiful. I have selected some of our favorite recipes that would make a wonderful late morning meal. And all are both simple to make and healthy (at least healthier). …

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BBQ London Broil in the Slow Cooker plus Tasty Tuedays Link Up

I managed to get a good deal on a London Broil (aka top round or flank steak), but didn’t want to go with my usual method of cooking it which is to marinade then cook on grill/broil until medium rare in the middle. This time I decided to cook it low and slow in the …

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20 Recipes for Pancake Tuesday – Fastnacht – Mardi Gras

Ash Wednesday is quickly approaching, and depending on where you are from, or your personal tastes, it can dictate the food choices on that last day before the fasting and abstinence begins. In England, Ireland, Australia and Canada it is Shrove Tuesday, with pancakes, pancakes and more pancakes. In German areas it is Fastnacht and gorging on donuts is …

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Photo A Day – Food Theme with recipes

This month Chantelle Elem at Fat Mum Slim changed up her normal Photo A Day prompts and assigned a letter to each day plus the numbers 1 through 5. You can take a picture of ANYTHING that symbolizes the prompt to you. As soon as I saw the list, I knew food was going to be the …

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Mezetti – Beef and Noodle Skillet Meal

Here’s a great one skillet meal that’s been in the family for years. Hearty, beefy stick to your ribs meal that cooks up in about 45 minutes, most of it hands off time, making it perfect for a weeknight. I have no idea where the name Mezetti came from, I assume it’s the name of the person that …

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Stuffed Squash

The Autumnal Equinox is here! I am ready for cooler weather and hearty slow cooked foods. What I am not ready for is Pumpkin Everything!!! Ugh, it has been everywhere for the last month: on my newsfeed, on my blog hops, in the grocery store. Enough already. There are so many other delicious squashes out …

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Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Mole

This week got crazier than I thought it would with back to school and preparing for the big Cookbook Club Review post next week. I had no idea what I was going to post today. Luckily my mother came to my rescue with a recipe and photo of this Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Mole. You might …

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Applewood Smoke Meatloaf – Gourmet Warehouse

A few weeks ago the folks at Gourmet Warehouse contacted me to ask if I would be interested in trying a few of their products. I got a free spice rub and marinade, they get a few recipes, we both get free advertising from each other. Works for me! And if you are wondering “would she …

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10 Pie Recipes Perfect for Pi Day

Happy Pi Day! Yes, it is corny. My Math Professor husband hates it. But, I personally like pie, both sweet and savory. Graham cracker crust, puff pastry or flaky pie dough? Yup! I like them all. Unfortunately for me, I gave up sweets for Lent and today is Friday so no meat. But, I went through …

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Baked Corned Beef and Colcannon

Last year I read about baking a corned beef brisket instead of the traditional method for boiling it, and I was intrigued. I picked up two on sale at the store yesterday and decided to try the baking method for dinner last night so I could be sure to get this blog written before St …

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Beef Stroganoff

Here’s another Russian recipe in honor of the Winter Olympics in Soichi, Russia: Beef Stroganoff. I am not sure how I missed this recipe when I made up my lists for Weeknight Dinners and Favorite Mushroom Recipes. It might have had something to do with the fact that the boys won’t eat sour cream or mushrooms. But, it …

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Glazed All-Beef Meatloaf

I received three new cookbooks for Christmas, plus I bought one for myself on clearance ($3 – woohoo). The biggest and best was from Ma’am. The almost 900 page, Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook with 2,000 recipes! At first glance I had about 20 recipes I thought about making, then M suggested we have meatloaf on Tuesday night, …

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