A great recipe for tender fall apart bone-in beef short ribs slow cooked with gravy in a Dutch Oven. This is a perfect comfort meal you can make at home for your friends and family! The best way to serve braised beef is with some good homemade potatoes. Vegetables and greens are always a good addition, because the braised meat is very rich and quite heavy, it’s good to have some veggies on the side to lighten up the meal.
Want to eat liver but can't bring yourself to eat plain liver? Try Braunschweiger! Our very nutritious beef liver mixed with bacon, is sure to ease you into all the health benefits of liver. It's very hard to find a braunschweiger without all the junk in it! This has no dairy, no gluten, no soy, no preservatives, no grain.
Taste is very similar to our pork braunschweiger, does not have a very strong liver taste but pork liver will always be more mild in flavor so if you aren't sure that could be a great place to start!
Can be used as-is to spread on crackers, as the main protein on a sandwich or a smear (replace your mayo with it) or you can slice a piece off and fry it in a pan and then fry some eggs in the crispy little bits that are left behind.....delicious!!!
Perfect for special occasions, this sear-roasted beef tenderloin served with a rich red wine sauce is easy to make and super elegant.
FOR THE BEEF
Kosher salt (½ teaspoon per pound of beef)
Freshly ground black pepper (¼ teaspoon per pound of beef)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
¼ cup beef broth
This is an easy and popular crock pot hamburger dip made with ground beef, cream cheese, and grated or shredded cheese, along with garlic, peppers, and tomato sauce. It's an excellent dip to make for a party, game day gathering, or tailgating event.
The pictured dip included Monterey Jack cheese instead of the Parmesan cheese. And some extra chopped jalapeño peppers and cayenne pepper spiced it up nicely. Bell peppers make an excellent addition to this dip as well. See the variations for more substitutions and add-in ideas, or tailor it to suit your tastes.
They go by many names: Lutheran Sushi, Pickle Roll-Ups, Pickle & Ham Pinwheels...but if you grew up in the Midwest chances are good you've eaten one.....or twenty (what? it's hard to stop!).
So if you need a dish to share or an appetizer and especially if you live in the Midwest, this might be the one! Check out our ideas to change things up a bit (but then you better call them ELCA Sushi).
Cube steaks are underappreciate but can make for a fast & easy weeknight dinner or throw it together in the slow cooker before you leave and come home to supper! Gluten-free and fast substitutes are easy.