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In case you haven't noticed, sweater weather has arrived. And just like your favorite old Seahawks sweatshirt, there's something comforting about a slow-cooked beef meal that's made for a cozy night at home. And for when that home is busting at the seams with hectic holiday happenings, we've got you covered with some short cut apps, a dazzling dinner and something to make your house-guests happy when you ring that breakfast bell!
This isn't your grandma’s shredded beef recipe—or is it?! Bottom Round Roast slow-cooked in sweetness and served with a carrot-apple slaw.
Talk about the perfect dinner during this sweater weather! This hearty stew features tender chunks of beef with potatoes, garlic, assorted mushrooms and carrots.
Beef, it's what's for dinner, and breakfast, and maybe a snack...
We've got a pretty fancy recipe here. But, let's be honest, the last thing you need is another dirty pan in the kitchen when you're trying to host dinner. But snacks are required in basically every life scenario. So, we've also got a short cut: Stop by the deli and pick up premium thin-sliced roast beef, pre-cut baguette, feta or goat cheese spread, olive tapenade and tomato bruschetta. One bag of groceries, no pans, delicious beefy appetizer. BAM!
Try this bold recipe as a sure-fire way to dazzle your mother-in-law, or put the Joneses squarely in their place, er, we mean dinner table seats. Whatever your motivation, Beef Short Ribs and Wild Mushrooms are braised in rich beef stock and red wine for a deep, delicious flavor that will be sure to make your unique holiday dinner-hosting the talk of the town.
Nothing reassures a house guest that you actually love them (after making them sleep on that lumpy pull-out) quite like an incredible breakfast. Kick start their day and fuel your holiday shopping escapades with this spicy breakfast strata. A simple-to-make beef sausage brings the flavors of chorizo into a savory blend of eggs, bread, red pepper and spinach. Oh, and you can make it the night before!