Tag: Beef

  • Onion Braised Brisket for Two

    Onion Braised Brisket for Two

    This takes a while to cook so set this aside for a weekend. The recipe is slightly adapted from the original I found online that used a 6 pound brisket. That’s too big for my wife and myself. When I buy brisket I buy it when it’s on sale and divide it into 2 pound […]

  • Is beef jerky healthy?

    Is beef jerky healthy?

    Beef jerky is healthy without the sugar. That’s the problem with most beef jerky on the market today. You have to be careful and really read the label. A lot of jerky uses a lot of sugar. That’s part of the reason why it tastes so good. It’s not that low sugar jerky is bad. […]

  • Real meat vs. fake meat

    I ran across this video from the World Economic Forum regarding meat. The article is about climate change and that is a separate argument from the fake meat they are pushing. The fake meat will be made using plant material. They never give the nutritional information but it seems to me it would be full […]

  • Citrus Beef & Olive Stew

    Ingredients 2 lb. Boneless Beef Chuck – Cut into 1″ cubes 2 Carrots – Cut into 1/2″ rounds 2 Anchovy Filets – Patted Dry 2 tbsp Olive Oil 2 cloves Garlic – Thinly Sliced 1 Yellow Onion 1 cup Kalamata Olives 1 cup Beef broth or stock 1 Bell Pepper 1 Orange – For the […]

  • Flat Iron Steak with Eggplant Ragu

    Ingredients 1 1/2 lb. Flat Iron Steak – Sliced into thin strips 4 tbsp Olive Oil 1 lb. Eggplant – Cut into 1 inch chunks 14.5 oz. Can of Diced Tomatoes 4 cloves Garlic – Minced 2 tsp Dried Oregano 3/4 tsp Ground Cinnamon 1/2 cup Fresh Mint Leaves – Rough Chopped 1.5 oz. Feta […]

  • Why science is never settled

    Nina Teicholz wrote an op-ed in the LA Times today that talks about the new analysis of scientific studies surrounding red meat and how there is no conclusive evidence, one way or the other, as to red meat’s benefit or harm. It’s important reading because it highlights what is prevalent in all science lately. The […]