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88 steak recipes

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5 Alarm Chili

5 Alarm Chili

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41

Some like it REAL hot!

Asian Beef and Noodle Soup

Asian Beef and Noodle Soup

(7)
14 days ago

68

Ready in 15 minutes flat, quick and hearty Asian beef noodle soup.

Beef And Beans

Beef And Beans

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Beef And Beans recipe

Beef Chow Fun with Black Bean Sauce

Beef Chow Fun with Black Bean Sauce

(11)
27 days ago

80

Beef Chow Fun with Black Bean Sauce recipe

California Beef and Bean Chili

California Beef and Bean Chili

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California Beef and Bean Chili recipe

Southwestern Burgers

Southwestern Burgers

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77

Delicous Hamburger with Kasier Roll

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Chicken Fried Steak And Gravy

(1)

39

A succulent dish that will warm up the heart of any meat lover you know!

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Jerky Home Style

(3)

70

Make your own beef jerky with this tasty recipe that's extremely easy to follow and understand.

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Ancho and Cocoa Carne Asada

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20

Rub the steak with a mixture of ancho powder, cocoa, and cinnamon, cook it in a hot skillet, and serve the succulent steak with a refreshing coleslaw and some warm tortillas.

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Arjay's Sand Springs Southern Chili

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Arjay's Sand Springs Southern Chili recipe

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Asparagus and Beef with Black Beans

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27

Asparagus and Beef with Black Beans recipe

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Into the Frying Pan

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Fire Up the Grill!

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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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