Beef Recipes

 
 

Roasted Bone Marrow Crostini Recipe

September 3, 2010 3 Comments
Roasted Bone Marrow Crostini Recipe

Throw’em a Bone By contributing food writer Chef Mark Vogel It’s 2.3 million years B.C., otherwise known as the Pleistocene period.  You’re an australopithecine, an early hominid, i.e., an erect, bipedal primate.  In plain English, you’re basically a human-like creature somewhere between an ape and a modern day human. You live in eastern Africa, in […]

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Bifteki Burgers

August 6, 2010 1 Comment
Bifteki Burgers

Making Caribbean Burgers We planned to have burgers the other night but my 12 year old daughter decided she wanted to prepare them and use a recipe from a collection of recipes she received from her day camp. The booklet is called Gourmet Camper Caribbean Flair and is made up of recipes the kids could […]

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Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe

March 16, 2009 4 Comments
Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe

Happy St. Patrick’s Day It’s kind of interesting that a meal closely associated with St. Patrick’s Day in America, corned beef and cabbage, is rarely eaten in Ireland. Historically, pork was the favored meat, and cows were kept mainly for milk production. An Irishman’s wealth used to be based on the number of cattle in […]

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Beef Stew Recipe

January 6, 2009 2 Comments
Beef Stew Recipe

Classic Beef Stew There are infinite recipes for beef stew. If you just did a Google search, it would come back with over half a million hits! This is one that I really like to make. I use some red wine for depth of flavor and homemade chicken or turkey stock. Sometimes making a beef […]

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Standing Rib Roast Recipe

December 22, 2008 4 Comments
Standing Rib Roast Recipe

Christmas Standing Rib Roast Thanksgiving is a holiday in which turkey really shines. Many of you would rather not deal with another turkey just four weeks after Thanksgiving. Some of you might still have some frozen leftovers. The Christmas meal is a celebratory meal, and as such, celebration food is a natural at the Christmas […]

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Chateaubriand Recipe

December 12, 2008 28 Comments
Chateaubriand Recipe

Chateaubriand Recipe For Two Chateaubriand. The name is synonymous with luxury and haute cuisine. But, what is Chateaubriand, exactly? Contrary to popular belief Chateaubriand is not a cut of meat. Rather, it is a method of preparation, or a recipe. Apocryphally, the dish, like so many other famous dishes – Quiche Lorraine, Pavlova, Peach Melba, […]

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Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

November 5, 2008 3 Comments
Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

This recipe comes to you from Chef Dave Nelson who is a big potato fan. Also known as Cottage Pie, this dish is an adaptation of traditional English meat pies that go back to the Middle ages. As potatoes became more popular in England, the addition of mashed potatoes became part of the dish. I […]

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Braised Beef Shanks Recipe

February 19, 2008 6 Comments
Braised Beef Shanks Recipe

Braised Beef Shanks with Coconut Milk, Ginger and Cumin I purchased some beef shanks that were about 1½ inches thick from my friends at the Farmers Market in Ardmore, PA. I have braised lamb shank, veal shank and pork shank so I was excited to see how beef shanks would compare. The recipe was adapted […]

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My Best Crock Pot Short Ribs Recipe

February 10, 2008 27 Comments
My Best Crock Pot Short Ribs Recipe

How to Make Delicious Short Ribs in Your Crock Pot Short Ribs are great to prepare in a crock pot and in my opinion should be eaten a day or two after you prepare them. They are easy to make and a great recipe to clean out your refrigerator as you will see. We met […]

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Dutch Oven Pot Roast Recipe

December 1, 2007 26 Comments
Dutch Oven Pot Roast Recipe

Classic Pot Roast In A Dutch Oven I just purchased an already seasoned Lodge Dutch Oven. I opted for their 7 quart Dutch Oven with the spiral bail (handle) and iron cover. They also make a 5 quart and 9 quart version but 7 quarts is large enough to handle a lot of short ribs […]

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