Whiskey Steak Tips for Dinner

Whiskey Steak Tips

Everyone that knows me, knows that I'm not a HUGE fan of steak. Oh I eat it but I like WELL DONE and no fat. I know....so one of my favorite things to do, is make steak tips, seared to my idea of perfection, with nothing but flavor! Hope y'all enjoy and remember to 'Pin it'! If you hover over the picture, you'll see the red Pinterest logo. WOOHOO! ... Continue Reading

Grilled Steak Marinade

Grilled Steak Marinade

With Father's Day around the corner, I'm willing to bet that many of us will be grilling steak for that special Dad in our lives.  While I'm not much of griller myself, I'm more than happy to prepare steak to be cooked.  Today, I'm bringing you a steak marinade, guaranteed to make your steak tender and flavorful! This particular marinade can ... Continue Reading

Barbacoa

Barbacoa Using Cacheta de Res

In honor of National Hispanic Month, I decided to make Barbacoa.   When I googled some Barbacoa recipes, I noticed that almost of them used butt roast but that isn't how we make it.   We use Cacheta de Res, aka, Beef Cheeks and this is the only way I've known how to make it.  And in actuality, we make Barbacoa de Cabeza (a cow head) and make ... Continue Reading

pan fried steak

Chicken Fried or Pan Fried, How Do You Cook It?

Did you even know there's a different between Chicken Fried Steak and Pan Fried Steak?  Well, there is.  Chicken Fried Steak uses an egg and milk batter, along with flour.  Pan fried only uses flour.  Which one do you prefer? I did Chicken Fried Steak a long time ago but when I started cooking for the cowboys (up to 50), I learned to be a little ... Continue Reading

Meat and Potato Pie Precooked

Meat and Potato Pie – Not Pretty but Good

Nor is it healthy when topped with all that cheese but it's very good to eat and GREAT to make when feeding a large crew.  I've always seen this cooked in this way but would love to hear your variations if you make something similar. INGREDIENTS 1 lb ground beef ½ small onion chopped 6 to 8 saltine crackers, crushed 1 egg, beaten 1 can cream ... Continue Reading

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Beef, It’s What’s for Dinner

What a week huh!  I shared three beef recipes with you; Beef Spring Rolls with Carrots and Cilantro, Steaks with Mushrooms, Blue Cheese & Frizzled Shallots, and Asian Beef & Broccoli With Noodles.  All three were fantastic and even though I hit a couple of bumps with ingredients (cause of my very small town), it all turned out good and they ... Continue Reading

Beef Spring Rolls with Carrots and Cilantro

Beef Spring Rolls with Carrots and Cilantro

As a cowboy's wife, we tend to eat a lot of beef (it's furnished with our job) so trying to create healthier meals out of beef is important to me.  This week, I'll be bringing you three healthier beef recipes thanks to 'Beef, It's What's for Dinner'. Today's recipe was fun to make and very quick.  It was also quite a shock to see my oldest son ... Continue Reading

smokey grilled wild hog

Smokey Grilled Wild Hog

I'll never forget our wedding.  I didn't know what they had planned for us back at the ranch so you might say I was extremely surprised to show up with a big ol' lamb turning over a fire, which was our supper.  Since then, we have eaten goat, beef head, tripas, wild hog, and so much more.  Wait, did I say 'we'?  Cause I really meant 'they'.  The ... Continue Reading

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Savory Korean Style Pancakes

The following is a guest post: Jerry is the epitome of cooking without a plan. As a matter of fact, he secretly wishes he could participate in an Iron Chef America episode, simply because it is one place where he wouldn't feel at all out of place. Not knowing the ingredients beforehand doesn't make him nervous at all. Of course, the reality is that ... Continue Reading

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The Easiest Bacon Pork Tenderloin EVER

You can't make a pork tenderloin much easier than this folks!  If y'all thought I was some gourmet cook, you have now learned the truth!  lol So obviously this is just bacon, a pork tenderloin, and a little time! In the oven at 325 for a few hours! Enjoy y'all and don't forget to visit my gal Amy, who got to test drive a Mercedes for 2 weeks, and ... Continue Reading