As far as organ meat goes, heart is probably some of the most tame you can try. When I first had this, I honestly thought it was an elk roast, or perhaps moose. It was that good! Bear in mind that it is a very low-fat cut, so over cooking will dry it out quickly. This is one I have made a few times for a Sunday roast. When I didn't tell people what it was, they assumed it was just a beef or venison roast!
I worked at a hotel on the Kinneret in Israel, where we made this recipe for every Sabbath. As there are few ingredients, use the best quality you can, especially for the beef stock. If possible use homemade or organic. As for the beef, use a good quality cheap cut, such as chuck steak. Feel free to add your own touches to this recipe. Sometimes I use venison instead of beef, or add a handful of forest mushrooms. It's a great base to build off of.
A very hearty, thick stew you'll be dining on for days. Inspired by wsf's "Sabbath Stew."
A big hearty soup that feeds a crowd--made with three legendary Irish ingredients: Corned beef, cabbage, and beef.
Italian and Irish cuisine got together and spawned this delicious, beefy snack. Serve on St. Patrick's Day for a different twist to the holiday.
Like a corned beef pie in a baking dish, this meaty casserole will make your St. Patrick's Day dinner.
2 to 3 lb. top round roast. Bag of baby carrots, Few stalks of celery, 4-5 potatoes cubed, fresh green beans cut, salt, lots of pepper, 3 cloves of garlic diced. Oh and the main ingredients: a pot of coffee and a Guinness.
A simple, easy stew that incorporates quinoa without losing any delicious meaty flavor. Inspired by wsf's "Sabbath Stew."
A traditional Irish comfort food, perfect for the family or just for two. Brush the top with a bit of melted butter for a beautiful, golden brown top.
Very simple for anyone to make and all to enjoy.I am always asked for this recipe and to bring it to all the parties.Add your favorite crackers and it's a hit everytime!!
This is a very traditional recipe usually served at Christmas. Back home, the meat comes preseasoned and prepared, and just needs to be dropped in the pot. But here you will need to do the work for yourself. It's only about 2 minutes of work a day for ten days, but well worth the effort! Bear in mind, this is a lot of food, so you may need an industrial stock pot to cook it in...
A slow cooker recipe for some traditional-style Irish corned beef and cabbage that smells as good as it tastes. Sweet potatoes added for those whose diet prefers them.
St. Patty's Day done right: Meat, potatoes, and Ireland's best beer.
A savory new take on a time-tested favorite.
This is our favorite recipe to make when the weather gets cold. It's so easy and delicious. We make this at least once a month throughout the winter.
Bring this traditional St. Patrick's Day recipe outside--cook it in Dutch oven on your grill.
Put this in your slow cooker the night of March 16th and you'll have an Irish feast ready to eat all day in honor of St. Paddy. Inspired by Ickenham's "Irish Beef Stew with Guinness Beer."
None of your distracting broccoli to get in the way of this casserole. Just meat and potatoes--and, for crunch, potato chips.
A simple, tasty breakfast casserole. Way cheaper and better than the same thing at your local greasy breakfast joint.
Add some color to your breakfast with this simple hash recipe. It comes out red!