Meat Recipes

Beef Recipes

Buffalo Recipes

Lamb Recipes

Pork Recipes

Rabbit Recipes

Veal Recipes

Venison Recipes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the meat eaters, here are some of my favorite all-time meat recipes including beef recipes, pork recipes & lamb recipes. I do have a few for veal, venison and buffalo, but not too many.

Meatloaf recipes are popular now and I have two – a basic meatloaf recipe that even your kids will enjoy and something a little more fancy called Meatball Nicois. There’s a basic roast beef recipe along with a basic roast pork and roast leg of lamb.

For those who are enjoying sous vide cooking, a technique I’m just starting to learn more about, there is a great recipe for sous vide pork tenderloin. And for those who enjoy cooking in a crock pot, be sure to check out my slow cooked pork chops recipe. There’s a lot here for everyone’s tastes and more recipes added all the time.

Chinese Dumplings Recipe

September 21, 2010 7 Comments
Chinese Dumplings Recipe

A New Look At Dumplings Contributing Food Writer Chef Mark R. Vogel Whenever I’m on a deadline and scouring my brain for ideas for an article, a simple trip to the grocery store or some random restaurant will often provide grist for the “Food for Thought” mill.  It’s not uncommon for me to encounter something […]

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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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Sausages with Fennel and Olives Recipe

January 25, 2010 2 Comments
Sausages with Fennel and Olives Recipe

Italian Sausages For Christmas my friends Barbecue Bob and his wife Bert gave me Lidia Matticchio Bastianich’s cookbook Lidia’s Italy. I’ve seen Lidia on television a few times but I really didn’t know that much about her. After reading through the introduction of Lidia’s Italy and her comments about the various regional cuisines throughout Italy, […]

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Black-Eyed Pea Stew With Sausage Recipe

December 31, 2009 2 Comments
Black-Eyed Pea Stew With Sausage Recipe

Bring Good Luck To The New Year With Black Eyed Peas I just learned from three different people that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day is a southern tradition to bring good luck and prosperity.  According to Wikipedia, “The traditional meal also features collard, turnip or mustard greens and ham. The peas, since they […]

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Braised Country Style Ribs Recipe

May 12, 2009 5 Comments
Braised Country Style Ribs Recipe

Country Style Ribs…Big Pork Chops On Saturdays, I go to the Ardmore Farmer’s Market to shop with my buddy, Barbecue Bob. I typically pick up some pork product at Stoltzfus Meats because they have the freshest pork around. This weekend I picked up some Country Style ribs that were described to me as “big pork […]

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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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Pork Medallions with Apricot Glaze Recipe

February 5, 2009 1 Comment
Pork Medallions with Apricot Glaze Recipe

Valentine’s Day Meat Course When trying to come up with a meat dish, I looked at the rich cheese and the rich bisque and decided to lighten things up a little for the meat course. I chose pork because of its mild sweetness. After all, Valentine’s Day is all about sweets for the sweet. To […]

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Bratwurst with Sauerkraut & Mustard Recipe

January 22, 2009 3 Comments
Bratwurst with Sauerkraut & Mustard Recipe

Bratwurst and Sauerkraut with Spicy Mustard Sauerkraut and mustard are two very traditional accompaniments to a good wurst. Bratwurst is readily available in the United States, but feel free to use any wurst you choose. To learn more about the various types of wurst, be sure to check out my article called The Best of […]

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Pan Roasted Rabbit Recipe

January 14, 2009 7 Comments
Pan Roasted Rabbit Recipe

Pan Roasting a Rabbit Is Easier Than You Think The hard part is finding a rabbit to roast. I am lucky to live in an area where we have a farmer’s market. Eric, who runs Stoltzfus Fresh Poultry at the Ardmore Farmer’s Market, not only sells fresh farm chickens, eggs, ducks and turkeys, but he […]

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