Category Archives: beef

Spicy Chicken Taco Cups

All right, if you never ever ever use store-bought anything, you’re going to want to turn away from this post right now and maybe read about the time I made Bouef Bourguignon from scratch, because I used *gasp* packaged crescent … Continue reading

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Steak with Red Wine Balsamic Reduction

I like a good steak as much as the next person. Heck, I named my blog after my favorite cut! (Granted, it’s also a convenient play on my small stature, but a petite filet mignon really is my fave.) My … Continue reading

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Hearty Egg Drop Soup

I’ve been wanting to try making an egg drop soup for a while, but never got around to it. I’ve read a few different recipes, including this one and this one, and figured I would cobble together my own version. … Continue reading

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Italian Drip Beef

My friend Adriana passed around this recipe a few months ago after seeing it on The Pioneer Woman’s website, and I saved it because it got rave reviews from everyone who tried it.  I altered her original recipe a bit … Continue reading

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Bouef Bourguignon

By now, I’m sure you’ve seen the movie Julie & Julia.  I saw it last summer in the theaters, watched it on pay-per-view with Ann, and got the DVD for Christmas.  Though I’ve watched the movie several times, it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Meatballs Stroganoff & Notes on Freezer Meals

It’s been a very busy week, as I’ve been trying to put together some freezer meals to bring to family.  What’s been saving my sanity is that I’ve been making a double recipe of each meal – we eat one … Continue reading

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Beef with Broccoli

 I’ve been in the mood for Asian food lately, and in the town where we live, there aren’t a ton of choices.  There are some great restaurants closer to Cleveland, but on a weeknight, that’s not an option.  Andrew and … Continue reading

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