CLASSIC BEEF SLIDERS
Beef sliders get a sweet upgrade on soft Hawaiian rolls, which are both kid- and adult-friendly. Add thin slices of grilled pineapple to complement the bread, if you like...
An easy meatball appetizer that is great for entertaining a crowd. Each small bite is packed with beef, garlic, onion and fresh parsley, so a little goes a long way.
MASHED POTATO-STUFFED MEATLOAF
Forget mashed potatoes as a side dish and reinvent meatloaf with this spud-stuffed version. The potatoes are ready in no time, thanks to your microwave, and could easily become a weeknight go-to recipe all on their own.
PEPPERONI PIZZA BURGER BOMBAS
This could be the family's new favorite treat. When kids see these beefy, cheesy bombas, they'll want to ditch their knives and forks and dig right in with their hands. Preparation is simple: They're stuffed and folded just like dumplings, using Scamorza cheese, pepperoni, pizza sauce and a burger patty.
PAN SEARED T-BONE STEAK
Stay in and bring the steakhouse to you. It's easier than you think to make a juicy, perfectly-seared T-bone at home. A hot pan and a few ingredients are all you need for this impressive dinner.
INSTANT POT MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST
We took the viral, melt-in-your-mouth Mississippi pot roast and made it in an Instant Pot® multi-cooker, cutting the overall cook time by more than half. The ranch seasoning and sliced pepperoncini provide just the right amount of spice and tang. The result is a flavorful, fork-tender dish you can make any night of the week.
SLOW COOKER POT ROAST
Taking the time to make a smooth, thick gravy for this slow-cooked dinner is worth it. As the pot roast cooks, the water and juices from the vegetables and meat will thin the gravy out, creating just the right consistency.
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
BEEF POTPIES WITH CHEDDAR-STOUT CRUST
Move over, chicken. Stew meat makes fantastic potpie. Toss those cubes of meat in a little flour before browning them, and when you add braising liquid and aromatics, the mixture will thicken into silky potpie filling.
You know when you braise a big piece of meat for several hours and it practically falls apart when you stick a fork in it? Well, you can cook stew meat with some tangy vinegar so it does the same thing, then shred it into enchiladas that are going straight into the oven.
Look closely and you'll realize that beef stroganoff starts off similarly to beef stew. You brown some stew meat and simmer it with classic aromatics like onions and carrots. The twist comes at the end when you stir in sour cream and cream cheese, then serve everything over buttery noddles. Y-U-M.