I've made this cheese ball for years. I find the jarred dried beef to have the best flavor but you have to rinse it to remove much of the salt. This recipe works best if made at least one day in advance.
Classic appetizer for parties and very easy to make!
I love the richness and elegance of Beef Wellington, particularly for fancy winter dinners. Beef Wellington, if you haven’t had it before, is a medium rare slab of steak, topped with fois gras and mushrooms, then wrapped in puff pastry and baked. The dish can be an expensive proposition, so I’ve transformed it into economical hors d’oeuvres.
A hearty dip that will warm you up at the tailgate party or huddled around the man cave.
From the skillet to the pot to the oven, beef gets a tour of your stove. When he's done, you've got a great chili that can serve a crowd.
Your basic beef stew, with all the favorites--carrots, celery and onions.
If they have chili on the Islands, this is what it would taste like. A very sweet chili thanks to pineapple and brown sugar.
An all-day slow cooker recipe ends up being part of an easy baked potato recipe.
Ready to get gourmet? This stuffed steak recipe puts your surf inside your turf for a dinner you and your special friend will want to savor.
A homemade mix of spices gives these easy slow cooker meatballs plenty of barbecue flavor. Serve over pasta or as an appetizer.
These easy ground chicken meatballs get extra taste from a cheese and salsa sauce. Serve at your football party and watch them disappear.
A man's appetizer. This easy steak bites recipe will please every guy, from the hardiest cowboy to the softest city dweller.
No cooking, minor assembly. This is an easy appetizer your kids could put together before the party.
Get your meat and vegetable groups in a single bite with this easy appetizer recipe.
Quick, meaty bites for your next party, with Chinese flavor from soy sauce and curry powder.
Bean dip, that easy football appetizer, taken to the next level with a hefty dose of seasoned ground beef.
Here’s a detailed method for cooking the perfect medium-rare prime rib roast. You'll need a leave-in meat thermometer to achieve perfection.
We love tacos here at the ranch, but sometimes (particularly while shoveling a few feet of snow in the winter) something a tad heartier. So, why not make a nice, hearty soup out of tacos? We hope you folks find this one as good as we do!
Tender steaks topped with cheese and wine, cognac and shallots sauce. Tastes as great as it looks--guaranteed to impress your date (or your spouse).
A creamy dip with green chiles adding heat to the mix.