This standing rib roast studded with thyme, rosemary, and garlic is both easy and impressive for a holiday centerpiece. Make sure to let the roast 20 minutes before carving.
Beef sautéed with fresh broccoli and coated in a sweet and savory sauce is a classic dish that’s so easy to make.
This subtly sweet peanut sauce blend nicely in this beef, cabbage, and pepper sauté. Serve with rice or udon noodles.
Serve up a bowl of comfort with this stew, which features tender beef, sweet carrots, and fiber-filled barley.
Pair with creamy mashed potatoes and this slow cooker version of a comfort food classic will warm your heart and soul.
The slow cooker keeps these Game Day Mini BBQ Meatballs hot for serving, takes the stress out of entertaining, and are the perfect game-day treat. Use gluten-free panko bread crumbs if you want to make these meatballs gluten-free.
Try adding a slice of grilled pineapple to these burgers for something different.
Sneak whole grains and vegetables into delicious meatballs. Serve with your favorite pasta and marinara sauce or on a Portuguese roll for a satisfying sandwich.
Growing up we called this dish New England Boiled dinner. Honestly, I don’t know why I don’t make it more often. This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on the weekend and I’d rather not spend all day cooking, which means I’ll be cooking corned beef & cabbage in the slow cooker.
Marinating flank steak is a super easy way to have a quick main course for either weeknights or weekends. Marinate extra and use in a salad for next day lunch or dinner.