Stuffed peppers are a great meal-in-one choice for camping. These are filled with Italian-style beef and healthy brown rice, then wrapped in foil to take along on your trip or bake at home.
Recipes for main dishes and entrees.
Poor Man’s Stroganoff takes the old army S.O.S to a new level. It’s a fabulous meat-stretcher that will appeal to those families on a budget. This version has the rich flavor of beef stroganoff without the price tag of a more expensive beef roast. For you younger folks, S.O.S is […]
Butternut squash is not only delicious, it’s also full of nutrition. Stuff the halves with a healthy mixture of brown rice, pistachios, and dried cherries seasoned with cumin and cinnamon, and you have a phenomenal explosion of flavors. It’s a great option for vegetarians or for a meatless Monday meal […]
Pork roast, specifically inexpensive Boston butt, takes on the flavors of the Caribbean in this easy crockpot recipe. Thyme, allspice, and Scotch bonnet peppers are key ingredients in jerk sauce. I’ve added pomegranate and orange juices for just the slightest bit of sweetness as a reminder of those great island […]
Pork tenderloin is the filet mignon of the pig. It is incredibly moist and tender with a light, mild flavor. The easy savory/sweet glaze with its distinct flavors of pomegranate and balsamic vinegar is the perfect topper to complement mildness of the meat. The petite pork medallions will melt in […]
Chicken cacciatora is an Italian dish that has become a comfort food in many households, not just for Italian families. “Cacciatore” means “hunter” and “cacciatora” is hunter-style. As such, there are as many different versions of it as there are different versions of spaghetti sauce. It is basically braised chicken […]
Salmon kebabs (often called kabobs) are always a treat on the grill, but what if you don’t have access to a grill or the weather is bad? Use this oven method to enjoy them year-round. One of the secrets to awesome salmon kebabs is cooking them fast under high heat. […]
Beef tips are a richly-flavored entree that goes perfectly with mashed potatoes, rice or buttered noodles. When made with sirloin steak, they are called “sirloin tips.” Duh! However, I much prefer them made with chuck roast rather than sirloin, and here’s why. Sirloin is a lean cut of meat. It […]