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.

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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How to Bake A Ham For Christmas

December 5, 2008 1 Comment
How to Bake A Ham For Christmas

Baked Christmas Ham Recipe Would you like to serve a wonderfully flavorful and juicy ham for the holidays? Here’s a can’t-go-wrong recipe that will have your guests asking for seconds, and for a plate of leftovers, as well. Be sure to read about the history of serving ham on Christmas and the various types of […]

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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 Pork Butt with Port and Prunes Recipe

November 1, 2008 1 Comment
Braised Pork Butt with Port and Prunes Recipe

You Want Me To Cook Pork Butt I adapted this recipe from one I found in a favorite cookbook, The Complete Meat Cookbook. Their recipe suggests applying an extra “Flavor Step” by using an Herb and Mustard Rub. I only seasoned it with salt and pepper before braising and the results were still spectacular. Braising […]

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Grilled Lamb Burgers

June 25, 2008 1 Comment
Grilled Lamb Burgers

  These Lamb Burgers Are Really Good If you like lamb and enjoy a burger now and then, you are going to love this recipe for grilled lamb burgers. In fact, it may be given the distinction of “as good as it gets,” my highest rating of a recipe. Adapted from The BBQ issue of […]

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Pork Tenderloin with Lemon, Capers and Olives

March 29, 2008 2 Comments
Pork Tenderloin with Lemon, Capers and Olives

Pork Tenderloin I’m always looking for new recipes and I found this one on a podcast from Whole Foods Market. It looked good and I liked the technique of cutting a pork tenderloin into pieces and then flattening them into cutlets similar to what you might do with chicken cutlets. It’s the first time I’ve […]

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Wild Game Chili Recipe

March 19, 2008 4 Comments
Wild Game Chili Recipe

Wild Game Wild game is a popular item at many of the Park City, UT restaurants and for very good reasons. Visitors love trying something new especially if it is an ingredient not found on their hometown restaurant menus. And let’s face it, how often do you find buffalo, elk, venison, or wild bore at […]

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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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