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    My mother-in-law serves this every year on new years as an appetizer. It's so easy and so flavorful. Hope you love it as much as we do.

    Recipe #151538

    30 Reviews |  By Risë

    Garlic & Horseradish...what could be better?! I got this recipe form Central Market located here in TX and changed it a bit. (Cook time is actually the time to let it marinate in the fridge)

    Recipe #28520

    Great steak--Mmmm.

    Recipe #111212

    Recipe #147197

    5 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Posted by request. Every Italian family has their own version of this dish. My grandmother made it with a simple garlic/cheese "stuffing", which is the same way I still make it. It can be served as a main course or as part of the "meat course" along with the meatballs, sausage, etc.

    Recipe #28185

    If you have never had a roast wrapped in bacon...you are in for a treat...very tasty and very moist...

    Recipe #86783

    This is my "tradmark" Christmas Eve Dinner. DH won't even order prime rib in a restaurant anymore, because he prefers mine. Its a super easy recipe, great for dinner parties, but DO NOT alter cooking times or directions. And DO NOT carve until just before serving. Here NEEDS a clarification!!! The salt is only intended to produce a shell to keep the moisture in. It's not intended to be consumed unless of course you like extremely salty foods. AFTER the roast has rested for 15 mins. Lightly scrape the salt away but not so much that you remove all the seasonings

    Recipe #73866

    This is great done on a grill too!

    Recipe #29207

    2 Reviews |  By Olha

    You might be fooled into thinking you are eating plain meatballs until you cut them and see a creamy cheese and bacon filling. Make these for everyday and company meals as well as potlucks. Use them to top off spaghetti and fettuccine and sometimes even shape them into patties. Good with garden fresh chives and parsley sprinkled into the beef. Mozzarella and Swiss cheese are good substitutes for the cheddar. Try ground turkey instead of beef.

    Recipe #84191

    One of our friends is famous for her Carne Seca; she doesn't dare have a party without including it. The name means "dry meat", although in this recipe is certainly is not dry. The dish is also known as ropa vieja (old clothes) since is does rather look like a pile of rags. Whatever you call it, it makes a marvelous hors' d'oeuvre when served with flour tortillas. Any inexpensive cut of beef may be substituted for chuck in this recipe; brisket or London broil, for example. Carne Seca must be started at least 2 days before you plan to serve it but a lot of it is unattended cooking. The recipe makes plenty when served as hors d'oeuvres and there'll undoubtedly be leftovers. Do notice the variation for Apache Burros at the end. As Martha would say, "they're a good thing".

    Recipe #144589

    This is a tasty delicious meal that is good served with rice.

    Recipe #32632

    This is my version of a Texas classic. This burger is moist, flavorful and stays together well when grilling!

    Recipe #146140

    Caramelized onions splashed with balsamic vinegar makes a full-flavored, lower-calorie alternative to a high-fat sauce.

    Recipe #9742

    This is our favorite salisbury steak recipe. I always make enough extra sauce to serve over potatoes. Tastes like it took all day to cook.

    Recipe #56694

    7 Reviews |  By Matty B

    I must give credit where credit is due. I took this recipe from a TV grilling show called "Red Hot & Ready". The burgers were originally called "Caesar Burgers" but I think my name is more appropriate. These burgers are without a doubt the best I have ever had.

    Recipe #72034

    This flavourful Bourguignon sauce is positively ambrosial, and adds a touch of elegance to steak, daring you to resist dipping your french bread. I "halved" the recipe for two, served it last evening, and the question posed was "Can we have this again tomorrow?" The telling is in the sauce. Any red meat prepared a'Bourguignon is delicious - especially game; venison, moose, elk, rabbit, etc. Even lamb takes on a whole new flavour. Serve a robust Merlot with "anything" Bourguignon. Accompaniments could include boiled new potatoes and green beans. Your taste buds will thank you, and your family keep and love you forever.

    Recipe #62884

    53 Reviews |  By Merlot

    This method makes the BEST roasted prime rib. It never fails to produce a tender/juicy prime rib for me. Don't worry, the salt mixture will not affect the taste. It's purpose is to seal in all the flavor and juices.

    Recipe #31062

    64 Reviews |  By Marie

    A most requested recipe for juicy burgers, whether you grill or pan fry them. Dissolving the salt and pepper in ice water distributes the spices evenly throughout the meat just as some sausage makers do when making sausage. Cook time depends on how well done you like your meat.

    Recipe #98993

    I never liked cube steaks until I found this recipe in TOH Quick Cooking magazine. These turn out melt in your mouth good and the gravy, wow!!

    Recipe #64448

    From OregonLive.com. I loved the beef lettuce wraps from a restaurant in Montauk, NY called East by Northeast. This was the closest I have found to recreating it with a few minor adjustments from me.

    Recipe #144176

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