It is recommended that you only have two to three ounces of beef at a sitting. In one piece, that is about the size of a deck of playing cards. I don’t know about you, but that doesn’t look like much beef to me. Continue reading Slice Your Steak, Fool Your Stomach
Beef is very expensive here right now. However a cross rib roast came on sale for just below the national debt. As this is my favourite cut for a pot roast and it is currently cold here, I had to make a pot roast. Continue reading Mushroom Gravy Pot Roast, Winter Comfort
This is the second of three bottles of Cabela’s seasonings I got for Christmas from my brother, niece and their family. Continue reading Cabela’s Open Season Whiskey Steak Seasoning
I suspect you have several dishes that you make over and over again. This is one of them. It is comfort food similar to a lasagna but with different seasonings and using macaroni. I would have no problem serving this to company. Continue reading Pastitsio, One of My Favourites
My mother would occasionally treat me to a stop at the Woolworth’s lunch counter. I would order Salisbury Steak. In retrospect, it was awful, a bland hunk of formed beef in gravy made
out of powder. However, it is a fond memory. Continue reading Salisbury Steak, A Blast From My Past
This was originally posted November 16, 2013. It has been reposted due to a catastrophic back up failure by my web host.
When I retired, I purchased a Bradley Smoker. I have really enjoyed it. As I got used to using it, I had to try my hand at Montreal Smoked Meat. I love going to Schwartz’s when I go to Montreal and what they call Montreal Smoked Meat in the supermarket is not even close. Continue reading “Healthy” Montreal Smoked Meat