Archive for the 'Beef' Category

Campfire Brisket Nachos

on Jul 7th 2015

1 12 oz can refried beans 8 oz smoked beef brisket 1/2 cup sour cream 1/2 cup salsa or BBQ sauce 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese Toppings: 2 Tablespoons fresh cilantro 2 Tablespoons fresh chopped green onions 2 Tablespoons jalopeno peppers 1 bag corn chips Light about 30 charcoal briquettes.  Prepare nachos while charcoal […]

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Meatloaf Skillet Meal

on Jun 28th 2015

1 pound lean ground beef 5 oz can evaporated milk (can use 2/3 cup coconut or almond milk for dairy free) 1 can mild Rotel drained tomatoes 2/3 cup chili sauce, or BBQ sauce or ketchup – 1 Tablespoon dried minced onion salt and pepper to taste ½ stick melted butter 1/2 cup water 1 […]

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Cuban Adobo Dry Rub Seasoning

on Apr 20th 2013

We continue to experiment with our smoker and try different kinds of meats, sauces, rubs, and methods.  In order to please dear hubby, I recently created a Cuban feast at our house and I think he was very pleased.  We smoked 2 chickens and a pork roast.  Here is the recipe I created for the […]

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Mini Bacon Cheeseburger Pies – Gluten Free

on Aug 28th 2012

This recipe is a slight modification of Texas Recipe’s Mini Cheeseburger Pies.  I whipped up a gluten free version and of course I had to add bacon for my family.  These little pies were incredible and stand alone as a hearty appetizer for football season, camping, or even breakfast.  E A S Y! Preheat oven […]

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Walking Tacos – Themes and Variations

on Nov 3rd 2011

Fall is the perfect time to host a bonfire or hay ride or campout.  My dear friend Karen and I spent some time catching up recently and she helped me brainstorm a little bit to come up with some new ways to serve guests at such outdoor gatherings.  By the time our visit ended, we […]

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$$ Frugal Friday – Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza

on Aug 25th 2011

I debated wheather to let this post stand alone as a regular, or include it as a Frugal Friday post.  Now I know you can drop by Little Ceaser’s on Friday evening and pick up a cheap premade pizza.  And there are times when we all have to do so.  However, the males around here […]

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Mini Mexican Meatloaf

on Mar 2nd 2011

If the thought of dry traditional meatloaf topped with ketchup lacks appeal, why not try giving meatloaf a little ZING?!  I like to make miniature portions of this Southern classic with Mild Rotel and top the little loaves with Restaurant Style Salsa.  And a small can of evaporated milk is the secret ingredient to keeping […]

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Steak ‘n Biscuits

on Oct 23rd 2010

Are you looking for a hearty, cool weather meal that can be thrown together in minutes and simmered all day in the crock pot?  Then try this recipe, made with lean cuts of inexpensive beef sandwiched between Mom’s Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. These are perfect for Saturday breakfast, Sunday brunch, or a working late week night […]

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Hawaiian Rib eye Salad

on Sep 5th 2010

I don’t want to say goodbye to summer just yet.  I love the season of grilling, fresh veggies, sweet and juicy fruits, and trying new combinations.  Here’s my latest concoction  – Hawaiian Rib eye Salad.  The steak can be grilled outside or inside on a griddle.  Bacon and fresh pineapple add a wonderful twist.  And […]

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Sunday Dinner Pot Roast

on Apr 20th 2010

Some things are just too easy, like Sunday Dinner Pot Roast. I can’t think of an easier “company’s comin’” meal than pot roast. As my family sat around the table Sunday, there was little conversation while they devoured beef and potatoes. I remember someone saying, “Mmm, I just LOVE beef!” The prep time for this […]

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