Beef

A Newbie’s Guide to Corned Beef and Cabbage — Tips from The Kitchn

If this is the year you finally make corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day, we're here to help! From buying the ingredients to choosing a cooking method, here is everything you need to know about making this Irish-American classic.

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20 Wholesome, Hearty Ground Beef Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn

Getting a satisfying meal on the table is quite simple when there is ground beef in the equation. Whether it's being patted into burgers, spooned over pasta, or even sprinkled over salad, the possibilities are nearly endless when you have a pound of ground beef on hand. Here are 20 extra-hearty dinners to make with this humble yet hardworking ingredient.

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Recipe: Sirloin Steak Sandwiches — Quick & Easy Weeknight Dinners

Look, if you had any questions about what to make for dinner tonight, consider them answered. This recipe takes sirloin steak, one of the best cuts of meat for your budget, and transforms it into the hearty filling for this dinner-ready sandwich. Stuffed into an onion bun and stacked high with tangy quick-pickled onions, an ultra-luxe spread, and peppery arugula, it's our new favorite way to serve steak for dinner.

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How To Make Two-Day Tomato Pasta Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Tomato sauce can be so many things: fresh and simple, marinara full of vegetables, or slow-cooked until it is so luscious and rich that it's the stuff of memories. This is the story of a sauce that delivers such a delicious, powerfully memorable impact that it is worthy of two days — yes, days — of cooking. So when you have a weekend to spare, or you're snowed in and want a pot of sauce bubbling away all day long, here is the recipe your pasta dinner deserves.

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Recipe: Slow-Cooker Chili Mac and Cheese — Comfort Food Dinners

Ultra-comforting slow-cooker chili mac is the love child of macaroni and cheese and chili — perfect for the person who just can't choose. It's the best of both worlds, with lots of gooey, melted cheese and tender pasta mixed with a hearty blend of spices, meat, and beans. This is your chance to get it all in the same bowl.

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How Many Times Should You Really Be Flipping Your Steak? — Tips from The Kitchn

Whenever I cook a nice steak, a little voice pops into my head, warning me to only flip it once. Do you have a little voice telling you this too? It's a common belief — one that's been passed down from family and friends, old magazines, morning television cooking segments, and the celebrity cook du jour. With all those people saying the same thing, it must be true, right?

Well, not exactly.

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