Blog Archives for category Beef Dishes

Growing up in Rhode Island, this is the only "hot dog" we ever ate.  It's really nothing like a typical hot dog.  The wiener has a natural casing on it and comes in a long string like sausage.  This particular wiener is obviously not available here in the Midwest so I used a regular wiener.  The sauce is cooked for hours and the wiener must be assembled in the correct order to make it authentic "all the way".  The bun must be steamed as well.  I love recipes like this that bring me back a few years.

New York System Wieners

PrintNew York System Wieners 16 Servings – Serving Size: 1 Wiener Growing up in Rhode Island, this is the only… Continue reading »

This beef barley soup is loaded with fiber, protein and rich in iron. A A hearty and healthy meal for a late winter day.

Crock-Pot Beef Barley Soup

PrintCrock-Pot Beef Barley Soup 9 Servings This beef barley soup is loaded with fiber, protein and rich in iron. A… Continue reading »

I don't ever recall a time in my life that I did not like liver and onions.  My earliest recollection of eating liver and onions was when I was about 10 years old.  My uncle Mike cooked it for me and I have a very vivid memory of watching him cook.  I'd almost rather have liver and onions over a good steak, almost!

Liver and Onions

PrintLiver and Onions 2 Servings – Serving Size: 1 Piece I don’t ever recall a time in my life that… Continue reading »

I know most people would call this a sub or a hoagie, but where I grew up they were called grinders.  Not just the meatball kind but even ham or tuna.  The cheese was melted into the roll in the pizza oven and then then meat was heated as well before veggies were place on them.  Making these with frozen meatballs is an easy weekday fix for dinner.

Meatball Grinder

PrintMeatball Grinder 1 Serving – Serving Size: 1 Sandwich I know most people would call this a sub or a… Continue reading »

I always serve mashed potatoes with meatloaf so why not put them together.  The sweet sauce under the potatoes compliments the cheese and drizzle on top.  I don't mean to brag but my meatloaf is the bomb!

Mini Meatloaf Pie

PrintMini Meatloaf Pie 4 Servings – Serving Size 1 Mini Meatloaf Pie I always serve mashed potatoes with meatloaf so… Continue reading »

Everyone's favorite dip to prepare for family gatherings and sporting events watch parties. This queso dip is great served in Tortilla Bowls with tortilla or any other type of chip.

Queso

PrintQueso 10 Servings Everyone’s favorite dip to prepare for family gatherings and sporting events watch parties. This queso dip is… Continue reading »

Everyone loves Goulash.  I do not know a single person who's family doesn't have a dish similar to this.  They may call it by another name, but we all know it's pretty much the same.

Goulash

PrintGoulash 8 Servings Everyone loves Goulash. I do not know a single person who’s family doesn’t have a dish similar… Continue reading »

Tender chuck roast in a savory beef gravy with baby carrots and onions.

Crockpot Chuck Roast

PrintCrockpot Chuck Roast 8 Servings Tender chuck roast in a savory beef gravy with baby carrots and onions.Ingredients:3 pound chuck… Continue reading »

I wanted to make a lasagna in the crockpot.  I didn't have any ground beef on hand but I did have some mini meatballs in the freezer so I used them instead.  It came out great.

Mini Meatball Crockpot Lasagna

PrintMini Meatball Crockpot Lasagna 9 Servings I wanted to make a lasagna in the crockpot. I didn’t have any ground… Continue reading »

The beef in this dish is so tender due to the teriyaki marinade.  You could use the base recipe for the beef to stir-fry with any combination of vegetables.

Tender Teriyaki Broccoli Beef

PrintTender Teriyaki Broccoli Beef 4 Servings The beef in this dish is so tender due to the teriyaki marinade. You… Continue reading »