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Beef cuisine is as varied as the regions that enjoy cooking it. A favorite no-fuss dish is a tasty beef stew, perfect for a Crockpot or slow cooker creating an easy beef dinner with rich and complex flavors.

Minced or ground beef is extremely popular, and usage includes quick skillet beef dinners, burgers for the barbecue, or when topped with mashed potatoes the classic Sheppard's pie. Economical pot roasts can transform an inexpensive cut into a tender and delicious meal.

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Brownsville Chili
Brownsville Chili

Brownsville Chili recipe

Cheesy Chili for a Crowd
Cheesy Chili for a Crowd

Cheesy Chili for a Crowd recipe

Savory Spaghetti and Meatballs
Savory Spaghetti & Meatballs

Savory Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe

Chili Super Bowl
Chili Super Bowl

Chili Super Bowl recipe

Alamo Chili
Alamo Chili

A simple but savory chili made with succulent stewing beef, pinto beans and jalapeno peppers.

Chili, Chuck Morford
Chili, Chuck Morford

Chili, Chuck Morford recipe

Chili Ala Capt. James Mcdonnell
Chili Ala Capt. James Mcdonnell

Chili Ala Capt. James Mcdonnell recipe

Chili Spiced Beef and Bean Stew
Chili Spiced Beef & Bean Stew

A succulent dish that brings some variety to dinner and a tantalizing flavor everyone will enjoy!

Chili with Beef and Beans
Chili with Beef & Beans

A straight-forward chili recipe.

Chernobyl Chili
Chernobyl Chili

Chernobyl Chili recipe

Chili with Kidney Beans
Chili with Kidney Beans

Chili with Kidney Beans recipe

Bandera Chili
Bandera Chili

Bandera Chili recipe

Cranberry Cocktail Meatballs
Cranberry Cocktail Meatballs

Cranberry Cocktail Meatballs recipe

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Beef Tips

5 Simple Slow-Cooker Tips

Using a Crockpot® or slow cooker can create delicious slow-cooked meals while saving your time and money.

Chuck Wagon

huck is the general term for the meat from the shoulder section of cattle. Cuts from the chuck tend to be tough with notable connective tissue and intramuscular fat. This is because these muscles are

Red Meat, White Lies

In Old English times, the term "meat" meant any edible food. During the medieval period this definition narrowed to only land animals. This inevitably arose out of

Where's the Beef?

Comprehending all the different cuts of beef can be a little confusing. For example, did you know that a strip steak, New York strip, Kansas City steak, club steak, shell steak, and top loin steak all come from the same part?

Un-Wimpy Burgers

One day I had a yen for hamburgers so I ventured to my local supermarket. I detest the supermarket pre-made patties. First, their quality is always

SEAR-ious Flavor

Louis Camille Maillard (1878-1936) was a French physician and chemist. In 1912 he was researching how amino acids combined to form proteins. Serendipitously, he uncovered

Braising Can Take the Chill Out of Winter

I am not a winter person. But I must admit, there's nothing like a hearty winter meal followed by a good brandy or

Guide for Broiling Beef, Veal, Lamb, Chicken and Pork

Take the guesswork out of braising beef, veal, lamb, poultry and pork with this handy chart of approximate cooking times.

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