Entries from Baked Alaska tagged with 'Beef'

Asian-Flavored Beef

The ingredient this week is beef. I had trouble coming up with something that I thought was original. Then I remembered a recipe that a neighbor taught my mom years ago, when I was just a kid. An Asian...

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking - Bollito Misto - Mixed Boiled Meats

Okay, it's time for Bollito Misto. If you've never heard of it, you're probably not alone. This is dissapearing very quickly from restaurants. You still might be able to find it in a few restaurants in Northern Italy. Evidently, it...

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking - Beef Roast Braised with Onions

The past two days you've read about two wonderful-sounding beef roast recipes from Marcella. The first was cooked in Red Wine (Deborah used a Barolo) and yesterday Doug used an Amorone. Beef and red wine make such a great...

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking - Pan-Broiled Thin Beef Steaks with Tomatoes and Olives

You've now seen two posts from the Beef Chapter, but this is my first. It's always exciting to move on to a new chapter. I like beef, but I don't eat it often. As I've mentioned in other posts, my...

BAKED MEATBALLS FROM SYROS WITH WALNUTS, ALMONDS, AND PRUNES

(Sorry about the poor, unappetizing photo. No time to make "pretty" when I had to get it ready for guests.) As I mentioned in my last post, recipes I used for my Mezza table were from multiple regions. This...

SUNDAY SALAD SAMPLERS WEEK #14 - THAI BEEF SALAD

Okay, I'm a week behind on this one. Might be the first time all season that I've been so behind. Today is supposed to be Palma's Tropical Rice Salad. I'll post on that in the next couple of todays....

SUNDAY SLOW SOUPERS # 21 - GULASCHSUPPE

This is the last week I will be participating in our Sunday Slow Soupers. There is one week left, and I'm sure the last soup will be very good (Cream of Artichoke), but I will be out of town...

BEEF BOURGUIGNON

We had friends over for dinner this past weekend, and I wanted to fix something that I could make ahead. It is still cold here, so a nice stew or similar hearty dish sounded good. I usually head to...

ROAST BEEF TENDERLOIN WITH PORT SAUCE

(I know, not a very good photo.) The weekend after Christmas, we had friends come over for dinner. I decided to make a Beef Tenderloin. I was a little nervous about this, because I rarely cook beef and have...