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Hello Holidays! 'Tis the season for merry, bright and celebrating all night. We're here to help with holiday hacks to make your beef meals flawless and fun. 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 few dazzling dinners and something to make your house-guests happy when you ring that breakfast bell!

Holiday Hacks

No roasting pan? No problem. Hate doing the dishes from all those side dishes? We've got you covered. Not sure what to serve or how much to get? Keep the math simple and figure 1/2 pound uncooked weight per guest. You'll insure some leftovers and therefore the best steak sandwich of your life. You're welcome.

Simple. Satisfying. Steak & Bake.

Pinkies up! This is one fancy meal that really doesn't require a lot of fuss. Try this Classic Beef Wellington or these fabulous Mini Wellingtons. Wow your guests (ahem, especially your in-laws) with this meal of the most tender steak tucked in delicate pastry with creamy mushrooms, onions and thyme at your next party.

Ho-Ho-Hold it!

Holiday entertaining can be hard. But it doesn't have to be. Here's some hacks to make your festivities both fun and flawless!

Make Your Own Roasting Rack

A little ingenuity and foil can take you a long way in life. Get your roast perfectly seared by lifting it up off your cooking vessel so that hot air gets all the way around. Your perfect roast is easier than you think!

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One-Pan Wonder Meal

Classic Beef Tenderloin with Cranberry Drizzle

If you've got a cookie sheet, you've got a start on dinner. Simply surround your roast with hearty vegetables such as Brussels sprouts and colorful cranberries. Festive. Easy. Done.

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Beef Rib Roast with Yorkshire Puddings

We've gathered our tips on every step of your holiday roasting experience. From what cut and how much to buy, to choosing the right recipe and seasoning, to cooking times and temps.

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