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Beef Information and Recipes for Beef

Barbecue Sauce #2 Recipe
Very Easy, Quick and Tasty Barbecue Sauce Recipe

Barbecue Sauce for Steak Recipe
Another Easy and Good BBQ Sauce for Steak

BBQ Barbecue Tips
Great Barbecue Grilling Tips

Beef Brisket Recipe
Beef Brisket Recipe in a Pot
Ready in 3 Hours!

Beef Cuts
Learn about the different cuts of beef

Beef in Red Wine Recipe
This recipe takes a while to prepare.
Very good recipe for using red wine and beef

Beefsteak Pie Recipe
100 Year old Recipe for English Beef Steak Pie

Beef Stew Recipe
Recipe for Beef Stew made in Cast Iron Dutch Oven

Beef Stroganoff Recipe
Quick and Easy Recipe using Ground Beef and Sour Cream

Best Meat Loaf Recipe
Best Meatloaf Recipe Ever
Made with Veal, Beef and Pork

Buffalo Steak Recipe
Very Early American Recipe for Buffalo Meat

Cheesey Hamburgers Recipe
Yummy Recipe for Hamburgers made with cheese

Corned Beef with Mustard Sauce Recipe
Great Corned Beef Recipe for St. Patricks Day

Eye of the Round Roast Recipe
Very Simple and Delicious Roast Recipe

Filet Mignon Recipe
1940's Recipe for Beef Tenderloin

Flat Iron Steak Recipe
Steak Recipe using Blade Steak

French Onion Burger Recipe
Burger Recipe made with French Onion Soup

French Oven Stew Recipe
Worth the 3 hours cooking time

Hamburger Stroganoff Recipe
Tasty Ground Beef Recipe

Herb Seasoned Rib Roast Recipe with Wine Sauce Recipe
Time consuming, but very good recipe for Rib Roast

Italian Meat Loaf Recipe
Meatloaf Recipe using Cottage Cheese

Joe Mazzotti Recipe
Recipe with Ground Beef and Noodles

Liver and Onions Recipe
Great Liver and Onions Recipe using Bacon

Magic Stew Recipe
Tasty and Easy Recipe for Beef Stew

Meat Balls in Burgundy Tomato Sauce Recipe
Meatball Recipe made with Burgundy Wine

Mince Meat Recipe
Very Old Recipe for Mince Meat using Beef

Piroshki Recipe
Russian Piroshiki Recipe using Buttermilk Biscuits

Pot Roast Recipe
Simple and Good Recipe using Chuck Roast

Pot Roast with Cider Maple Gravy and Mashed Butternut Squash Recipe
How to Braise a Pot Roast
Pot Roast and Maple Syrup Recipe using Bottom Round Beef

Roast Beef and Vegetable Salad with Garlic Yogurt Dressing Recipe
Roast Beef Salad recipe using Yogurt

Spaghetti Meat Sauce Recipe #1
Simple Spaghetti Sauce kids love using Grape Jelly

Spaghetti Meat Sauce Recipe #2
Great ground beef tomato sauce recipe

Stuffed Cabbage Recipe
Wonderful Recipe for German Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Swedish Meatballs Recipe
Easy Recipe for Swedish Meatballs using Stewed Tomatoes

Swiss Steak Recipe
Great Recipe to use with cheaper cuts of beef

Texas Hash Recipe
Very Good Ground Beef and Rice Recipe

Veal Loaf Recipe

100 Year Old recipe for Veal Loaf with Ground Pork

Veal Rolls Recipe
Great Recipe for Veal Steak

Viennese Beef Goulash Recipe
Excellent Viennese Recipe for Goulash







(Family Features) A beautiful beef roast makes an impressive and delicious centerpiece for any special occasion.

Best of all, this show-stopping main course is surprisingly easy to make and serve.

The Featured Cut Rib roast,
often referred to as "prime rib" or "standing rib roast," is the grand champion of beef roasts, combining rich flavor, juicy tenderness and spectacular appearance.

As with all beef cuts, rib roast is a powerhouse of protein, considered an excellent or good source of 10 nutrients.

"A full rib roast contains seven ribs, but is often sold in smaller sizes.

To determine how much to buy, estimate 2-1/2 servings per pound," says Chef Dave Zino, executive director of the Culinary Center for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

"Overall, the secret to success when preparing a beef roast is knowing when the desired degree of doneness is reached.

Your best gauge is a reliable ovenproof meat thermometer."


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Pure Beef:
An Essential Guide to Artisan Meat with Recipes for Every Cut

“Leaping in sales by thirty percent each year, artisan beef—including natural, organic, and especially grass fed—is captivating everyone’s attention.

With all of these new choices on the market, Pure Beef answers home cooks’ most pressing questions:

Which beef should I buy? Where can I buy it? How should I cook it?

Featuring an engaging beef cooking tutorial and a cook-friendly beef cut chart, Pure Beef instructs anyone how to grill, roast, stew, simmer, and sauté every cut of beef to their liking.

With chapters organized by cooking methods and corresponding beef cuts, its 140 recipes are customized for leaner, heat-sensitive grass fed beef and model a healthful and sustainable approach to meat eating.

A groundbreaking guide to artisan beef, this cookbook offers everyone the benefits of an informative and delicious ranch-to-table dining experience complete with a full-color photo recipe insert and landscape images throughout.”

Published May 2012-A must have book for your kitchen shelf! Please click on the above image about this great new book on beef!




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(Family Features)
Notes, Tips & Suggestions:

To Carve a Beef Rib Roast

Place roast on its large end on cutting board. Insert fork from the side, below the top rib. Carve across the "face" of the roast toward the rib bone. Cutting from Bone Cut along the rib bone with tip of knife to release slice of beef. Slide knife under beef slice; steady it from above with the fork and lift slice onto serving plate. Total Time: 2-1/4 to 3-1/4 hours



Three Easy Steps

Step 1: Remove beef from refrigerator and rub entire surface with preferred seasonings.


Step 2: Place roast in a shallow roasting pan, fat side up, in a preheated 350°F oven. A rack is not needed since the curved rib bones act as a natural rack. Insert ovenproof meat thermometer. Do not add water. Do not cover. 

Step 3: Remove roast when meat thermometer registers 135°F for medium rare (about 1-3/4 to 2-1/4 hours for a 4 to 6 pound roast) or 150°F for medium (about 2-1/4 to 2-3/4 hours for a 4 to 6 pound roast). Transfer to a carving board; tent loosely with aluminum foil. Let stand 15 to 20 minutes. (Temperature will continue to rise about 10°F to reach 145°F for medium rare; 160°F for medium.)

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Omaha Steaks Fully Cooked Pot Roast

Create a honest-to-goodness home-cooked meal in a matter of minutes with our fully cooked Pot Roast.

You'll love the heat and serve convenience.

And the homemade taste is out of this world.

Please click on the above image for more information about this very good pot roast from Omaha Steaks.




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