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    This is a great "company" meal and goes well with the potato gratin with boursin that Mean Chef posted. It's from Bon Appetite's "Entertaining with Style" 1996. I have served it often and always gotten rave reviews from everyone.

    Recipe #50848

    A bit spicy but not HOT. Very simple to make and a big hit. Great for when you have a bunch of friends coming for dinner.

    Recipe #40292

    Fire up the grill!A recent discussion on the boards reminded me of this recipe.This is 'green steak' that is good! Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #28034

    7 Reviews |  By tgobbi

    Flank steak (or skirt or sirloin) prepared with a Chinese twist. (Works well with pork or chicken, too).

    Recipe #17630

    This is a VERY EASY crock pot recipe. Not your average roast! Throw it all together in the morning, and 6 to 8 hours later you've got some of the most tender and flavorful roast you've ever tasted.

    Recipe #232963

    This is one of our favorite pot roast recipes! I serve it over egg noodles. I found this recipe in Southern Living February 2005 issue.

    Recipe #269329

    This recipe comes from my Uncle Tommy. He used this recipe to marinate chicken kabobs and served them over yellow rice. One tip he gave me was to put a little of the marinade in a dish with the onion halves and microwave for a minute or two. It softend them up before putting on the skewers with the rest of the meat and veggies.

    Recipe #282103

    I've been making this dish for years and it never fails to draw rave reviews. Using a good cut of meat is key, so it will be very tender. I use beef tenderloin or sirloin (choice at the minimum). The longer you marinate the beef the better the flavor (over night at a minimum). Cooking time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #151494

    This a very simple marinade for steak, or any cut of beef.

    Recipe #155563

    Short ribs cooked like this are nothing short of amazing!!! One of my most favorite recipes!

    Recipe #227006

    "This is our Saturday-night plat du jour and, because its preparation involves the basics of French cooking, it’s also the first dish we teach young cooks: There’s the browning of the meat, the softening of the mirepoix, the reduction of wine, and the long braise in stock. It’s a forgiving dish that calls for patience rather than precision. It’s also the ideal meal to make ahead of time, as it benefits greatly from a night’s rest. Serve with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Pan-Roasted Root Vegetables." From The Balthazar Cookbook by Keith McNally, Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson. As with all tough cuts of meat, short ribs are best when braised. A long and gentle simmer breaks down the abundant fat and connective tissue, rendering the ribs tender and velvety in texture. Veal stock adds its own inherent silky richness. Ask the butcher to cut the ribs across the rack, as opposed to along the bone, so there are 3 short bones in every piece.

    Recipe #158079

    This simple stock, adapted from a recipe in "Mastering the Art of French Cooking," is a wonderful base for many soups, sauces, and, of course, for Julia's boeuf Bourguignon.

    Recipe #147999

    This is adapted from a cookbook I got in around 1972--Hows and Whys of French Cooking by Alma Lach--and completely wore out. Happily, I found another copy on e-bay, and am now making new stains on the pages. These filets are really lovely--with a salad, potato and good bread, you have a terrific but easy to prepare meal.

    Recipe #148653

    This is the classic, adapted from "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." A wonderful dish, raising the simple stew to an art form and quite simple to make -- even though the instructions look long. Use Simple Beef Stock, the recipe for which is posted on this site. Use a wine that you would drink -- not cooking wine. And the better the cut of beef, the better the stew. As the beef is combined with braised onions and sauteed mushrooms, all that is needed to complete your main course is a bowl of potatoes or noodles and lots of good bread for the sauce.

    Recipe #148007

    This is posted in honour of our very own beloved Chef Bergy aka "Her Majesty, the Queen of the Saturday Night Burger." I came up with this after browsing through her countless burger recipes and becoming hopelessly confused trying to pick just one. I hope you like this burger, Bergy! I posted this recipe out of the respect and love Zaar members have for you.

    Recipe #188911

    These are really great! I have made them several times and frozen them in quart-sized bags. If you are making them for a group you can keep them warm in a large crock pot. Makes enough for 100 sandwiches. The original source is from Taste of Home Annual Recipes 1994.

    Recipe #262648

    1 Reviews |  By JillAZ

    From "Don't Panic - Dinner's in the Freezer". This works equally well as an appetizer or main dish. Good with chicken as well.

    Recipe #191739

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    This recipe uses the beef mushroom master mix posted separately to put together a satisfying meal on the table for your family without a fuss. The first 8 ingredients have been broken down to size in order to get this posted. Please use recipe #107902 for actual measurements for the Freezer Mix. Not gourmet but great for a hungry family!

    Recipe #108657

    This recipe is from Super Suppers, the franchise that allows families to prepare meals ahead of time in their central kitchen. They do the prep, you do the assembly for quick dinners from the freezer. I love flank steak and this sweet/spicy combination appealed to me. The addition of pepper is mine and the way I like this dish.

    Recipe #163204

    We love avocados and I was experimenting one day and came up with this recipe.

    Recipe #300256

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