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How to Make Italian Beef & Italian Beef Sandwiches

Slow cooked Italian beef sandwiches are a Chicago delicacy but famous around the world. Usually, beef chuck meat will be used in Italian beef sandwiches, but occasionally different types of beef will be used. The meat is cooked in its own juices in a slow cooker, and then put onto a hoagie bun with some …

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How to BBQ Tri-tip – Marinade Recipes and Charcoal & Gas Methods

I’ve been going out a few times for that fancy dinner, and I’ve found steaks to be as interesting as they are delicious. I have learned that there are various kinds of steaks like the T-bone, ribeye, flank steak, and tri-tip, depending on where the cut of meat is taken from. In particular, tri-tip is …

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How to Cook Oxtail – Method & Soup and Stew Recipes

Some people find oxtail pretty hard to cook with, but when appropriately prepared, oxtail is a great meat cut, especially when soups and stews. Oxtail is pretty hard to work with, even from the preparation stage, which needs a lot of skill to skin and butcher, and it’s no wonder why it’s one of the …

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How to Make Chicken Meatballs

Meatballs are a very versatile dish! It is also a versatile ingredient that you could add to dishes ranging from soups, pasta, pizzas, sandwiches, and even tacos. That is why my family and I really enjoy digging in on these very juicy balls of meat. However, there is one particular variation of meatball that the …

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How Long To Cook Meatloaf and Recipes

You’ve probably heard of meatloaf– ground meat made into the shape of a loaf, either baked or smoked. Meatloaf is a relatively easy dish to prepare and easy to mess up when undercooked and overcooked. Meatloaf traces its origins back to Ancient Rome, where chopped meat is combined with spices, bread soaked in wine, and …

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What Is Taco Meat and How Do You Make Taco Meat?

When someone talks about taco meat, you may be wondering what kind of meat they are referring to. Is it beef, chicken, pork, or something else? Is there a standard taco meat? Traditional taco meat is ground beef, though there are several types of taco meat. This is cooked up and seasoned several different ways …

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How to Cook a Whole Duck – Beginner to Advanced Methods

Duck can be a challenging meat to cook, not just in the cooking part of the process but in preparing and cutting the bird. It seems like everyone has a different way to cook duck, and it can get confusing trying to figure out which method to use. I’ll break down how to cook a …

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Ways to Cook Venison Tenderloin – Oven, Grill & Dutch Oven Methods

If you’re fortunate enough to have access to venison meat, you may be interested in learning a few different ways to cook it. Venison can refer to most kinds of wild meat, but more specifically, it’s usually deer meat. It has a taste and texture that’s very similar to beef or goat, and I want …

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How Long Do You Bake Chicken Breast at 400 Degrees?

Baked chicken breast is a family favorite here, and it’s really easy to make on a pan in the oven. There are plenty of ways you can flavor it and use the same basic recipe with a few different changes to keep the dish exciting. No matter how you change up the dish, there are …

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How to Bake Chicken in Italian Dressing: Quick & Tasty Recipe

Baking chicken with Italian dressing is one of the simplest and easiest way to make chicken. It gives it a delightfully appealing flavor and makes the chicken come out tender and juicy. You don’t have to be a professional cook to pull off this dish, and I’ll share with you a very straightforward recipe for …

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How to Make Beef Stew & How to Thicken Beef Stew

Beef stew is a meal in a bowl, full of comforting veggies cooked to tender perfection and hearty, slow cooked beef. While you can serve some sides with this soup, you probably won’t need to. Between the beef, potatoes, and other ingredients, it’s a very filling dish that’s certainly worth the long prep time involved. …

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Ways to Cook Cube Steak Without Frying

Cube steak are delicious breaded steaks, dipped into a batter and then usually fried. There a Southern food favorite, sometimes called country steak or Southern fried steak, as well as chicken fried steak. However, you may be looking for a healthier option, and you might be interested in learning some ways to cook cube steak …

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How to Make Thai Curry: Green, Red, Yellow & Curry Pastes

Thai curry is a staple of Thai food, and it comes in red, yellow, and green varieties. These different curries are served alongside all sorts of different foods, and some of them can be quite spicy. Others are intended to be very mild, and they make for excellent additions to soup or serve as garnishes …

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How to Cook Air Fryer Chicken Wings

Making chicken wings in air fryer is a quick, simple, and mess-free way to cook this appetizer favorite. I use the air fryer for all sorts of dishes that would normally be deep fried just to use less oil, cook more conveniently with less cleanup time, and improve the nutritional value of what I’m cooking. …

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How to Cook Chicken for Curry – Indian, Thai & Japanese

Curried chicken is a common delicacy throughout all of India and many Caribbean countries. It’s a dish that a lot of people in the Western world aren’t familiar with, but it goes so well with rice and an Indian flatbread known as roti. Once you learn how to cook chicken for curry, you’ll see why …

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How to Cook Pulled Pork – Crock Pot & More Methods

I know a lot of people have this idea that making pulled pork has to be a long and intensive process that requires a lot of hands-on work. I can tell you from experience, though, that some of the best pulled pork is made in a crock pot with very little hassle. With this method …

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How to Cook Prime Rib Perfectly at Home

Prime rib makes for great addition to your dinner, complementing potatoes, bread, and veggies nicely. But cooking prime rib can be a little tricky for someone who’s never done it before. You may be wondering how to cook boneless prime rib or maybe you just want ways to cook prime rib that you’ve never tried …

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Easy Steak Marinade without Soy Sauce

Most steak marinade sauces include soy sauce, but you can make steak marinade without soy sauce. I’m going to share with you a few different recipes you can use for marinating your steak, to make it succulent and flavourful, none of which include soy sauce. These kind of recipes can be helpful when you just …

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Authentic Turkey Swedish Meatballs Recipe

While Swedish meatballs are typically made from beef, there are healthier meats you can be making yours from. Turkey, particularly lean turkey, is much healthier. It has less fat and can have less sodium as well when compared to beef. That means it is better for your heart, circulation, and other areas of your body. …

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How to Wet Aged Beef at Home – Your Ultimate Guide

When it comes to cooking meat, the steaks have been raised! A juicy steak that’s tender and moist is a delicacy guaranteed to make you the star of your next barbecue. Do I hear you asking how? The answer is ageing the meat. There are two techniques for meat ageing. These are dry-ageing and wet-ageing. …

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