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    Here's the Beef!

    Everyday or fancy day beef. I love it all and most of it is here. Ground beef is not here because it's in another cookbook. But look over these recipes. Don't they sound go-o-od?
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    This recipe will have you 'squealing' for more!

    Recipe #243382

    Created for RSC #10. For a treat, try a strip of cooked bacon under the cheese before toasting.

    Recipe #243328

    A diet breaker for sure! Serve with high quality vanilla or coffee ice cream. This topping is a real gourmet treat that is pourable right from the fridge. Created for RSC #10.

    Recipe #243426

    Entry in RSC #9

    Recipe #211557

    Submitted for RSC#9. Original instructions forgot to include the five spice powder with the other ingredients in the blender. I also forgot to include that I always use low sodium soy sauce. These changes have been updated. You can also use any chicken pieces you desire including breasts, thighs, wings, etc. For more pronounced flavour, marinade the chicken overnight in a ziploc bag and then proceed with step 3. This recipe can also be made in a crockpot.

    Recipe #211549

    A fun, easy way to use St. Patrick's leftovers.

    Recipe #217335

    This is a recipe that is full of flavor and and bursting with flavor and color. Adapted from a Southern Living recipe, try this you won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #217343

    This is the best steak seasoning you will EVER eat, and it's simple to make too. It makes any meat or chicken or fish or roast potatoes taste delicious- just like the people in my Dads Greek village in Greece make. Gives a delicious authentic taste to Greek souvlaki skewers- just thread meat onto skewers and sprinkle it with this. Try it, you'll love it! As a bonus: it only takes about sixty seconds to make.

    Recipe #205447

    This is the most awesomely delicious beef dish I've ever tried! Truly easy and honestly loved by every member of my family...In fact my 19 year old daughter, Jamie, asks for it specifically every time she visits, and I even won over the in-laws with this one! Simply amazing flavor, I promise! Jamie can be trusted -- she's a picky eater and she loves this!!! :)

    Recipe #117891

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a (stew like)comforting, thick and hearty soup with deep, rich, earthy, smokey flavor.

    Recipe #103632

    This will sound crazy...but the hospital I work for makes this is the cafeteria...and we love it!

    Recipe #117621

    This delicious, slow-cooked beef stew will make your house smell like heaven all day.

    Recipe #188269

    From the October 2006 issue of Bon Appetit magazine. This tastes sooo good; you've just got to try it.

    Recipe #188077

    3 Reviews |  By Jfoxe

    I make this every once in a while and it is fantastic. I noticed there are only a couple of recipes for this on here and neither of them call to marinade the steak in beer, which is how I've seen it done traditionally and how I was taught so I thought I'd try to describe how I make it. I also made up a chicken version that is really good too that I'll try to post eventually.

    Recipe #187258

    This is a best selling dish in the restaurants around here. But it's a lot more expensive than I wanted to pay for it ,so I make my own. It's tender, juicy, YUM! Fry in batches.

    Recipe #17655

    Posted for Zaar Tour 06, best Stroganoff that I have had. Skirt steak will be more tender than Round steak.

    Recipe #176437

    A good substitute if Mascarpone cheese is hard to find in your area.

    Recipe #66077

    4 Reviews |  By byZula

    This is a really popular island dish.

    Recipe #184124

    You won't find this one in the Campbell's Soup section of your local grocery store! When I was a child, this was a family favourite and my mother made it fairly often. Nowadays, oxtails are becoming increasingly hard to find, although you might get some from an old-fashioned butcher or meat market. Therefore, some folks now substitute inexpensive cuts of bone-in beef. Here, in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, I can occasionally get oxtails from the meat department at some of the Giant Food supermarkets. In my opinion, it is well worth the hunt for oxtails, because the taste is very distinctive and different than any beef soup.

    Recipe #18120

    If you want a delicious surprise away from the basic roast recipes, try this one. I call this upscaled home cooking. The irresistible dill gravy is a HIT and made the meal. Cook on stove top or use crock pot. Pour gravy over each slice of beef and the veggies, then use crusty bread to soak up the leftover gravy.....so good!

    Recipe #140529

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