Beef

Beef, French

Beef Provencal

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THIS BEEF PROVENCAL BRAISES ALL AFTERNOON FOR A FORK-TENDER, COLD WEATHER CONFORT FOOD.  Beef Provencal is essentially a French version of beef stew loaded with mushrooms, carrots, tomatoes, garlic, onions and spices. The key to this deliciousness is the long, slow braise in a tightly sealed dutch oven, which makes […]

Beef, Irish, Main

Corned Beef Hash

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The most amazing no-fuss hash with roasted potatoes for that extra crispness. So good you’ll want this all year long!  You can either use a fresh corned beef, or take advantage of leftovers from any corned beef recipe you have.  Perfect for the morning after St. Patrick’s Day. Now the […]

Beef, Main

Asian Fusion Marinated Beef Kabobs

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The great thing about these, and all Kabob, the use of the beef with other colorful vegetables on the skewers are a presentation by themselves. These kabobs start with a few ingredients that are traditional grilled kabobs, but I am marinating them in a combination of ingredients that will bring […]

Beef, Main, Vietnamese

Vietnamese Lemongrass Beef over Rice Noodles

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Traditional Vietnamese grilling is centered on lightly charred, thinly sliced pieces of marinated pork shoulder, ribeye, sirloin and chicken. The grilled proteins are served with fresh veggies and vermicelli noodles, making a delicious light meal for the perfect summer day. Chef Pat Lee, co-owner and chef at Austin’s own PhoNatic grew up in Vietnam serving […]

Beef, Main

Beef Daube Provencal

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Daube is a classic Provençal stew made with inexpensive beef braised in wine, vegetables, garlic, and herbs de Provence, and traditionally cooked in a daubier, a braising pan. A traditional daubier is a terracotta pot that resembles a pitcher, with a concave lid Pin Print Beef Daube Provencal Recipe by […]

BBQ, Beef, Main

Reverse Seared Tri-Tip

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The reverse sear is a legendary approach to cooking the best steaks. Now combine it with a few basic ingredients and let the meat speak for its self. After this steak you wont be able to have it any other way.