When your living in this new Coronavirus world, it's important to not waste any food. That means going through your reserves in the pantry or cabinets. I've got a couple of cans of refried beans, green chiles, and tomatoes I'm going to try and use up this weekend. It also means getting the most bang… Continue reading Beef & Cabbage Stir-Fry
When I was a kid I used to dislike a lot of foods. Onions were a big one. I couldn't STAND crunchy, barely cooked onions on anything like pizza or salads. I also despised pot roast and corned beef. Now, I love all of those things. I use onions in my cooking more than almost… Continue reading Reuben Wraps
Do you find yourself struggling to get out of bed? Do you have inner conversations with yourself in the morning that talk you out of going to the gym or working out? Would you rather lay in bed for an hour scrolling through your phone than getting up and taking on the day? I would… Continue reading Cheeseburger Stuffed Mushrooms
One of the reasons you rarely see beef recipes on my blog is because they're so gosh darn hard to photograph. I've got pictures upon pictures of meatloaf and meatball recipes that I can't use because they look, well, horrible. With beef having such a dark brown exterior, it does no good for pictures even… Continue reading Texas Pot Roast
I'm a ribeye gal, through and through. When it comes to steak, I go for the fattiest, juiciest cut. Ribeye is supreme. I've been raised on expertly grilled ribeye steaks. My grandpa would cook them for us on special occasions and he used such tender, nurturing care to get them perfectly cooked. Medium rare ribeyes… Continue reading Cajun Steak Tips
I didn't celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Let me rephrase that. I never celebrate St. Patrick's Day. It's a made up holiday that's sole purpose is for you to drink as much as possible. I don't need a holiday for that, one, and I don't usually partake in frivolous holidays. Sure, most years I'll make corned… Continue reading Reuben Slaw
Use frozen meatballs to make this dinner in a breeze. Slowcooked to delicious goodness and topped with Parmesan, this Swedish meatball soup is a good one for cold winter nights.