As you may or may not know, I am on a mission to curb my family’s food wasting habits and that I love a good leftover makeover. Roast Beef Salad Sandwiches are leftover pot roast made-over into a new, fresh, and completely delicious next-day lunch. I can’t take full credit for this recipe as my
I’ll admit it took me a while to jump on the pressure cooker bandwagon. Quite frankly, the whole idea of cooking under pressure scared the bejeezus out of me. But I am so glad I finally gave into the peer pressure and purchased a pressure cooker, if for no other reason than that I can
Flavorful. Tender. Juicy. I’ve dubbed these qualities “the perfect pot roast trifecta.” Because is a pot roast really perfect if it’s even missing one of them?! I think not. Now as easy as achieving the trifecta sounds, I assure you – it is not. If you want to know the truth of it I spent
In case you were wondering, I am a huge fan of comfort food and beef. I’m also a mom. So by default, I’m an even bigger fan of quick and easy. This Pressure Cooker Beef and Noodles recipe has it all. It’s quick. It’s easy. And it transforms economical beef stew meat into something wonderfully
Raise your hand if you love pasta, but get bored eating spaghetti with meaty marinara all. the. time. Okay, good. Me too. My boredom is actually what led to the creation of this Creamy Tomato & Beef Sausage Pasta Sauce. I was bored with the same old spaghetti sauce I’d been serving up for literally years.
Ground beef. It’s convenient. It’s cost effective. And it’s generally what I reach for when I don’t have a plan. But… ground beef can also be boring. When you’re a busy mom with on-the-go kids, it can be hard to come up with something new every night. So you reach for the cost effective
Short ribs – a cut of beef that I used to shy away from cooking. Not because they’re not delicious, because they are. I steered clear of them mostly because they take so dang long to cook. And as we’ve established, I’m a huge fan of recipes that can be done pretty quick. I only
As I’ve mentioned before, I normally buy ground beef at a lean-to-fat ratio of 85/15 – that’s 85 percent lean, 15 percent fat. To me this is the perfect combination for an all-around awesome eating experience. But I also buy based on price. So if the 80/20 or even 70/30 ground beef is what’s on