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    This dish not only makes for a nice presentation but the meat is both flavorful and juicy.

    Recipe #69216

    My family loves this steak dish. It Reminds us of roast beef and gravy. It is very easy to vary this dish. (add your favourite mushrooms and sherry or dry red wine, or try substituting boneless rib steak or beef tenderloin for the sirloin and enjoy)

    Recipe #89251

    My mother made these for us four girls. Money was tight and she couldn't afford steak very often. These use ground beef. I use a 80/20 lean to fat. You can use ground round but it tends to be a little too dry. This is great with mashed potatoes. Everyone I have ever made it for loved it. The first time my DH had it he never knew it was ground beef. He just commented on the tenderness of the steak!

    Recipe #92894

    I was born and raised in Philadelphia and this was my favorite lunch at the luncheonettes (sandwich shops). Places throughout the rest of the Country that claim to make Philly Cheese Steaks just do not get them to taste the same, and one of the reasons is that they do not use extra-virgin olive oil. Anyone who says that Pat's and Gino's in South Philly uses Cheez Wiz, is talking about the way they make it now. The old authentic way uses Provolone Cheese. Also, using deli roast beef is the same as using top round sliced wafer thin or frozen Rib-Eye roast shaved on an electric slicer. I was born in 1942 and this is the way they were made way back then. We are talking about authentic, not the way they are made now. If you make any changes with the ingredients or the directions, it will not be the same. Make it EXACTLY as written here.

    Recipe #94031

    These steaks flavored with onions and red wine are called garlic "nailed" steaks because a small meat mallet is typically used to "nail" the garlic slices into the steak. If you like drama, go for it, but I usually just push the garlic in with my finger - it doesn't really stay in too well anyway. Regardless, this is an awesome way to enjoy your next steak sandwich. They're quick, satisfying and totally delicious.

    Recipe #95392

    This recipe was adapted from one that came from Sarah Befort in Hays, Kansas, and was published in Taste of Home.

    Recipe #107108

    This is my husband's favorite lasagna recipe, from a cookbook he had before we were married. Today when asking him what he wanted for dinner we went on a kitchen foray to figure out what we'd make, and he came up with lasagna. "But my favorite recipe is pretty complicated, so I don't know if we really want to do that one." We got out the old book, looked at it, and... it's amusing, because the recipe is prior to our marriage he thought of it as difficult (he was a good bachelor cook, mind you), but in these days after several more years of cooking added to his experience, it's not too difficult at all. :) Anyhow, here it is, tweaked to our liking. Although long, it's not really that difficult and the rich and delicious end results are well worth the time. Steingrim says he likes to make the meat and cheese sauces the day before, then assemble the lasagna with less trouble the next day.

    Recipe #114671

    This is a recipe that I have been making for many decades, and everyone who has eaten my lasagna says that it is the BEST LASAGNA EVER!!! Try this recipe and I guarantee you will love it. You need a deep pan or a deep baking dish. If you have any questions, e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com

    Recipe #86623

    1 Reviews |  By Reigna

    Quick and easy, you can use either chicken or ground beef in this recipe. Has a nice tangy taste!

    Recipe #88186

    This is one of my wife's favorites.

    Recipe #89088

    One of my favorite ways to fix cube steaks! (Prep and cook times are estimates, but I think you could get these on the table within 30 minutes!)

    Recipe #44644

    Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Make this for your kids and see what they think! Might be fun to see their reaction...especially if you have a cat or two in the house! Can't you hear it now..."EWWWWWWW...Mom!....This is gross!!!..." Or maybe they'll think it's the best thing you've ever made...Anyway, give it a go! (I think I'd serve it with ketchup or some other sauce on the side...) :)

    Recipe #43589

    Looking for something to eat during the "big game?!" Here's an idea...and it doesn't have to be just for kids! Feel free to let your imagination go to vary the filling! Prep time includes chilling or freezing time...You probably would want to make these the day before serving. (also makes 1 loaf French bread)

    Recipe #52636

    I put this casserole together with leftovers from a pot roast dinner and a few other ingredients. There was a severe thunderstorm in the area here in Denver, thus the name! My family gobbled it up and there were no leftovers in the 8"x8" baking dish I used! You don't need a thunderstorm to try this recipe! :)

    Recipe #66237

    This is an Indonesian dish that I actually had in the Caribbean. It's marinated meat on skewers and is delicious cooked on the grill! I always serve it with peanut sauce and rice...It's a family favorite! For a taste of the islands...give it a try! (Prep time includes marinating time for several hours or overnight)

    Recipe #67645

    My family always thinks this is too pretty to cut into and want to take a picture. Me, I just grab the serving spoon and dig in. This is from J. Bennet from Minden, LA cut her recipe from a "Country Home." But I've added a bit of ZIP! Very colorful dish!

    Recipe #87608

    93 Reviews |  By Shaye

    I got this recipe from the newspaper years ago, and make it frequently. I serve it with my cucumber yogurt sauce, which I'm also posting. Be warned- It is very garlicky. Also, use less pepper if you're using all beef instead of lamb.

    Recipe #81048

    This is based on Rachael Ray's recipe for Wellingtons ("Well Deserved, Well Dressed Individual Beef Wellingtons"), but I've also made them with sea scallops in addition to beef and they were astoundingly delicious. :) This is a *very* romantic dinner item. *grin* My husband was a big fan of this dish!!

    Recipe #115155

    I love these burgers, which feature guacamole and juicy southwestern flavored burgers with pepper jack cheese. Treat yourself and your guests to these "salsa" burgers, along with something good like skillet fries with onions and a black bean and corn salad.

    Recipe #115363

    This one is great for pot-luck dinners or anytime you need to feed a large group as it serves about 24.

    Recipe #94474

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