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Category: Beef

Cambozola Sliders with Bacon Jam

America’s favorite sandwich, the Hamburger, is honored today on National Hamburger Day. I made these sliders several times last summer because they are tasty and an easy Do-Ahead main dish. They can be made as a normal sized hamburger but the sliders are fun to eat and the perfect size for small appetites. The Cambozola cheese melts easily and is a combination of a French soft-ripened triple cream cheese and Italian Gorgonzola. Along with the tomatoes and…

Bacon Wrapped Pan Seared Filet Mignon Steaks

Bacon Wrapped Pan Seared Filet Mignon Steaks…doesn’t that just sound yummy! This is one of those throwback recipes that was popular in the 70s. But bacon is ALWAYS in style and so is filet! When Vince and I were hosting our Vegas Gr8 Dinner we wanted classic food, so we chose an entrée consisting of Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon served with Lobster Tails. This is an easy main course to create. Since Filet Mignon doesn…

Beef Braciole

This delicious, traditional dish from Italy has a wonderful combination of flavors that will make your taste buds sing! Slow simmering the meat in a Simple Italian Red Sauce makes for a flavorful dish as the juices from the meat and filling mingle with the tomato sauce, making a wonderful sauce for the pasta. It was a lot of fun making this dish with Nonna Anna! There are a lot of steps to this…but it’s really…

Gr8 Slow Cooker Irish Beef Stew

When we think of the foods of Ireland, potatoes come to mind. But, surprise, surprise, potatoes are not native to Ireland, they were discovered by the Spanish in South America! Potatoes were first cultivated by the Incas in Peru as far back as 8,000 B.C. Spanish explorers introduced the tuber to Europe and potatoes became a staple in Ireland due to their ease of growing in the short, cold Irish days and due to their high nutritive value…

Stroganoff… Beef Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff is definitely the ultimate comfort food (or as my husband calls it “marrying food”!). It’s not diet food but it sure is good!! Our sons are always asking for this dish as they are never bored with it. Once you make it, you (and your guests) will understand just why beef stroganoff, created in Russia well over a hundred years ago, is still an international favorite. Here is a little history of the dish…

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