Italian Balsamic BBQ Meatloaf

Italian Balsamic BBQ Meatloaf

Here’s another spin on meatloaf using bulk Italian sausage to boost the flavor and minced vegetables to keep it moist. I added my Balsamic BBQ Sauce over the top to give it a tangy twist. Prep time 20 minutesServes 6 1 pound (455 g) ground beef1 pound (455 g) uncooked...

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BBQ Bacon Bison Meatballs

BBQ Bacon Bison Meatballs

Bison has grown more popular in recent years, and is incredibly good for you. It is very lean and can dry out easily, so it’s good to pair it with something a little fatty and moist—like bacon. Cover it with some BBQ sauce, too, and you’ll have some pretty spectacular...

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Simple Sausage and Peppers with Sauerkraut

Simple Sausage and Peppers with Sauerkraut

This recipe couldn’t be simpler, but sometimes the simplest things yield the best results. Choose brats or similar sausages you really like, because they flavor the whole pot. Also, adding a few forkfuls of sauerkraut on each serving is a must! Prep time 10...

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Mongolian Beef and Broccoli

Mongolian Beef and Broccoli

One of my favorite Chinese dishes is Mongolian Beef. I love the addition of broccoli, which gives this a freshness that cuts through the sweet sauce. The slices of beef are thin in this dish, so it cooks up quickly. You could throw this in your cooker after lunch and...

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Austrian Granny’s Goulash

Austrian Granny’s Goulash

As I described earlier, I spent a year and a half in Austria as a representative for my church. We frequently ate in church members’ homes, and that was always a treat. One elderly woman invited us over often. She used to be “Austria’s queen yodeler” back in the 1940s...

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Creamy Beef Stroganoff

Creamy Beef Stroganoff

Good news: You don’t need flour, butter, or a container of sour cream to make a delicious beef stroganoff. The gravy that coats the tender beef and mushrooms gets its umami flavor and velvety texture from a handful of clean ingredients, including coconut cream—an...

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Cocoa-Chili Crusted Tri-Tip and Potatoes

Cocoa-Chili Crusted Tri-Tip and Potatoes

I love using cocoa and chili together—especially on beef, which can handle bold flavors. If you find certain cuts of beef (like tri-tip) too expensive, consider buying your beef from a grass-fed ranch as part of a beef share. It’s more expensive all at once, but by...

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