Beef Brine

Have you ever brined your meat? Why in the world would you brine your meat? According to Food 52.com brining was used for preserving food back in the days they didn’t have refrigeration. There are two main reasons why you should brine your meat…..flavor and texture. Brining infuses the meat with added flavor and tenderizers the meat, so if you […]

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Herbed Pot Roast

 Herbed Pot Roast is one of the easiest meals you can make! Peel the potatoes & carrots, chop the onion, pour in the beef broth and sprinkle with herbs…….that’s it! Dinner is completely ready 2-1/2 to 3 hours later. While mine was cooking my grandson told me my house smelled good. I told him it was dinner not the house […]

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Corned Beef Soup

I had this wonderful looking corned beef that we bought on sale. I wanted to make something different with it and for those that follow me, well you know how I like to make soup. So I thought, why not create a Corned Beef Soup!   I thought this was a pretty good buy since I love corned beef! Seems […]

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Slow Cooker Roast and Gravy

    Slow Cooker Roast and Gravy can be made by adding just two ingredients to the roast. Once it’s cooked, you have so many possibilities! Below is five different ways to use the roast. Slice with gravy on top. Slice or shred with the gravy for an open face sandwich. Shred with gravy over mashed potatoes. Shred and add […]

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Slow Cooker Oxtail

Have you ever eaten Oxtail? Oxtail is the tail of an ox or steer. I have wanted to try Oxtail for over a year now. We buy a side of beef every year so this year I asked for the tail. Oxtail is very expensive to buy in our local stores so that is why I haven’t tried it before. […]

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Homemade Pastrami

Have you ever tasted Homemade Pastrami? Once you do you will never want to buy it from the store again! This was completely made by my husband. He will show you step by step directions for making this wonderful meat! Did you know that Pastrami is the same thing as Corned Beef? The only difference is that Pastrami is rubbed […]

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