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Grilled Beef And Broccoli

Grilled Beef And Broccoli

Good Chinese On The Grill

Posted on June 23, 2015
Grilled Beef and Broccoli came about when I had a craving for Chinese food the other day. My favorite dish is Beef And Broccoli, but I wanted to put a grilled spin on the whole deal. So I did. The broccoli came out slightly spicier than I envisioned, but otherwise it was a very delicious meal. Served with rice and topped with sesame seeds and green onion, it looked like a fancy, five star restaurant version of Beef and Broccoli. 
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Foil Roasted Brisket

Foil Roasted Brisket

Foil Roasted Brisket

Posted on May 21, 2015
I've mostly successfully done a smoked brisket and it was amazing. But I wanted to do a brisket that would make a Texan proud (or at least I hope they'd be proud). So instead of smoking, this time I opted to make a Foil Roasted Brisket in honor of National Brisket Day on May 28th. 
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Brisket Burgers

Brisket Burgers

With Broccoli and Brusseles Sprout Slaw

Posted on May 20, 2015
May 28th is National Hamburger Day. It's also National Brisket Day. Though I think we should just call it what it really is - National Holy-Cow-Beef-Is-Delicious Day. What do you think? Anyway, I had loads of leftover Foil Roasted Brisket and I just had to make Brisket Burgers With Broccoli and Brussels Sprouts Slaw with them. These burgers are stuffed with chunks of Havarti cheese and chopped brisket, and topped with even more brisket. I made this super crazy cole slaw, but used broccoli and Brussels Sprouts instead of traditional cabbage, then I put the slaw on top of everything. Trust me you won't even need ketchup! 
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Rotisserie Prime Rib

Rotisserie Prime Rib

With Basil Garlic Baste

Posted on April 22, 2015
April 26th is National Prime Rib Day. What an excellent excuse to indulge and make yourself some Rotisserie Prime Rib With Basil Garlic Baste. Prime Rib is not the least expensive in the world, so having a holiday where you can indulge without feeling bad about it is flipping fantastic. I paired this aromatic crusted, melt in your mouth, beefiness with my favorite potato dish, Potato Galette, and served it with amazing gravy made from the pan drippings. 

 

 

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Baked Potatoes Stuffed With Meatloaf

Baked Potatoes Stuffed With Meatloaf

Topped With Cheesy Mashed Potatoes

Posted on April 21, 2015
Baked Potatoes Stuffed With Meatloaf. I don't know what happened. One minute I am making baked potatoes for dinner, the next minute strange things started happening and suddenly my potatoes were hollowed out and filled with an insane meat mixture that made the mouth moisten. Once sufficiently baked, I used the remaining potato to top these incredible creations, and when they came out of the grill, the clouds separated and a shaft of sunlight hit this miracle creation.
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Marinated Beef Skewers

Marinated Beef Skewers

With Spicy Peanut Dunk

Posted on March 18, 2015
I had some beef, but not wanting to fall into a rut, a delicious skillet steak rut mind you, but a rut nonetheless, I decided to make some Marinated Beef Skewers With Spicy Peanut Dunk. Okay well it didn't quite start that way. I definitely knew I was going to marinate the beef, but when I boiled the marinade to create a sauce, it didn't work out. So I got creative with the stuff in the pantry. I found roasted peanuts, and threw some garlic and basil in with that. Added a little curry powder, and gave it a good waz in the food processor. What I ended up with was a crazy good, garlicky dip for the beef, that spread nicely on the naan bread and made the whole meal. 
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Irish Beef Stew

Irish Beef Stew

Traditional Irish Fare

Posted on March 11, 2015
This Irish Beef Stew is beautiful, amazing, filling and healthy. We had to do something about that, so I added Guinness, and vengeance! Last year I had Irish Beef Stew on the menu for St. Patrick's day, but it failed so badly. The pot that I was using boiled dry and burned! My biggest pot was very nearly ruined. This year I was determined to get it right. I did that and more. Knocked it out of the park and right into next week! You gotta make this stew! But remember that the secret to it is to use a wooden spoon! YOU HAVE TO USE A WOODEN SPOON! Your stew will taste better. Trust me.
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Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak

Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak

With Exotic Mushrooms And Asparagus

Posted on March 03, 2015
As a grill blogger, I tend to feed the people in the office when I am not feeding my husband. People tend to share the joy by sharing their favorite recipes with me. This is one such recipe. My friend Jeffrey sent me an email with this recipe nestled inside, and I must say that this Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak was so good, I accidentally only got one good shot of it... on my second time making it. Thanks for the amazing recipe Jeffrey!
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Braised Beef Short Ribs

Braised Beef Short Ribs

Make Beef Melt

Posted on February 17, 2015
When we ate them these Braised Beef Short Ribs literally melted off the bones. Served on a bed of creamy mashed potatoes, with colorful heirloom carrots, and steeped in savory sauce, this recipe is a different way to serve your family beef dinner. 
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Smoked Beef Brisket

Smoked Beef Brisket

Tender, smokey, delicious.

Posted on January 13, 2015
I've been meaning to... itching to - smoke a beef brisket ever since I discovered the smoker. But time, availability of meat, and life itself seemed to get in the way. Yes I know. I can get aligator and bison, but I can't find a blinkin' brisket?!  Well I got my hands on one, and after 10 hours of smoking, it was still a little rare, but oh so delicious. 
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