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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 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 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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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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Instant Pot Recipe For Tri-Tip Steak

Steak is a high-quality beef that includes high muscle fiber attached to the bones. People started consuming steak in the mid 15th century, representing a thick slick of meat suitable for cutting, grilling, and frying. Today, people around the world consume steak. Made in festive seasons, a lot of Americans depend on steak as their …

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How To Cook Stuffed Flank Steak at Home?

When we think about cooking something special for our guests, what typically comes to our minds? Choosing the perfect dish for the occasion becomes quite a tough job, but we got you. Stuffed Flank Steak may look very complicated but trust me; it is effortless to make at home.  You can make it in the …

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Old Fashioned Roast Beef Hash Recipe

Beef hash gained popularity in Europe and the US after the second world war when rationing came into effect, and the meat was not available. The word “hash” is derived from the French word “Hacher,” which means to chop. People created hash from chopped meat, onions, potatoes, and anything else that was available.  For the …

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How To Reverse Sear A Beef Tenderloin and 3 Recipes

Reverse searing is a method used to cook steaks, especially the thicker ones. The process of reverse searing a beef steak relies on baking it in the oven then following up with searing the steak, hence the name. If you want to know how to it the right way, you’re in for a treat! Today, …

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How to Tell If Corned Beef Is Cooked & 2 Cooking Methods

Corned beef is a flavourful brisket that is used in dishes as culturally important as corned beef and cabbage and as warm and comforting as corned beef and hash browns. It’s a versatile meat that’s takes longer to cook than other beef types. What makes it different from typical beef or most any kind of …

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What Goes with Meatloaf? 10 Healthy & Delicious Sides

Meatloaf started out as a food made from fridge scraps and table scraps. The leftover cuts of meat were mixed with some cornmeal and baked to make a hearty, filling food that was a novel concoction for poor people in the Great Depression. It was at that time that meatloaf became widely accepted and an …

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How to Make Beef Carpaccio at Home & 5 Delicious Recipes

How to Make Beef Carpaccio at Home: 5 Delicious Carpaccio Recipes You Should Try! Beef carpaccio is a gourmet appetiser that’ll wow your guests. It’s quick, tasty, and super simple to make. Not fond of beef? Not a problem! You can also make carpaccio using several types of seafood, including salmon, octopus, and tuna. There’s …

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Wild Rice Burger Recipe for Meat Eaters & Vegetarians

Vegetarian burgers are hit and miss, with some having a poor consistency where they just fall apart on your plate and others missing the mark for taste. Some of them just lack that meaty texture, making them feel like a mouth full of salad rather than anything that belongs on a bun. Of course, there …

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St Louis Ribs Vs Baby Back Ribs – What Is the Difference?

We like our ribs no matter how they are prepared, but we definitely have our favourites. We love the physicality of ribs. You can’t exactly eat them with a fork- you could, but you wouldn’t get all the meat off. We like the fact the fact that eating ribs is its own kind of experience, …

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Simple & Delicious Sides to Serve with Brisket

Beef brisket is known for its juicy tenderness and its exceptional flavour. Not many other beef dishes compare when it comes to tastiness and succulence, and it would be a shame to ruin such a lovely dish. That is why it is so important that you choose the right side to go with it. Brisket …

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How to Cook Ribs in the Oven & 10 Delicious Recipes

It goes without saying that the most popular method to cook ribs is on a grill outdoors on a sunny summer day. However, that doesn’t mean that the ribs will not be as good if you cook it indoors! In today’s article, we’ll show you how to cook ribs in the oven as well as …

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The Best Mexican Slow Cooker Recipes

I absolutely love using my slow cooker. In the cooler months, it makes great, hearty, comforting foods, and in the warmer months it keeps the kitchen from getting ridiculously hot. It’s also a real time saver, because I can just throw the ingredients into the crockpot and leave it all day. Then dinner is ready …

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12 Easy Recipes for Casseroles That Taste Amazing

Casseroles are totally one of the easiest things you can make for dinner, because everything is made in one pan, making preparation quick and cleanup a breeze. Not only that, but a casserole can be chock full of foods from all the food groups (from the new food pyramid thingy rather than the four groups …

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