Chuck Beef

How To : Cook a Yankee chuck beef pot roast with red wine

During the winter, there's nothing we want more than to cuddle up in front of the fireplace and nom on something warm. Serve up a delicious entree that will warm the bellies of your family this holiday by preparing this Yankee chuck beef pot roast. Deeply flavored and so tend ...more

How To : Prepare a beef chuck roast stroganoff

This how to video shows you how to cook chuck roast beef stroganoff. It is a delicious family favorite that has proven itself time and time again. Chef Jean-Pierre prepares his beef stroganoff recipe with cubed and simmered chuck roast, onions, mushrooms, and sour cream, serve ...more

How To : Make BBQ hamburgers

Watch the Grillmasters at the Barbecue Web prepare some beef chuck burgers so juicy and full of flavor that it will no doubt become one of your favorite quick and easy BBQ recipes. It's quick and easy. All you need is 3-4lbs fresh ground chuck beef, tomatoes, sweet onions, sli ...more

How To : Make one pot Yankee pot roast the New England way

A traditional, delicious dinner that will serve 8. You will need: 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, 5-6 pounds of tied round or chuck roast, kosher salt, ground black pepper, 6 stalks of diced celery, 1 large diced white onion, 2 diced carrots, 4 smashed and peeled cloves of garlic ...more

How To : Make classic American pot roast

This video is about how to make a classic American pot roast. You start with a chuck roast. You want to start by generously salting and peppering both sides. Heat about 2 tablespoons of canola oil in a skillet and then brown the roast on both sides. Then remove it from the pan ...more

How To : Make Texas style chili with the BBQ Pit Boys

Check out this Old-Time Texas Chili that's been barbecued up in the States since the mid 1800's in this how to video. This chili tastes real good, and its tang and heat will sure cure what ails you. This all meat "chili con carne" has Spanish and Mexican roots, but it took th ...more

How To : Make sausage rolls in your own kitchen

Making your own sausage rolls lets you add the exact ingredients you wish to include. This instructional video demonstrates how easy it is to make traditional sausage rolls using basic cooking equipment. When they're finished, simply eat the sausage rolls with a dollop of ketc ...more

How To : Trim a chuck roast into cubes

In this how to video Chef Jean-Pierre shows you how to trim a chuck roast into beef cubes for stews etc. This same technique can be used to trim steaks, and the like, to ensure you have the most tender beef possible.

How To : Make Filipino beef mechado

Learn how to make delicious Filipino mechado with this simple, step-by-step cooking tutorial. With just a handful of ingredients like beef chuck, potatoes, pepper, tomato sauce, lemon soy sauce, onions, garlic, bay leaves and salt you can create a dinner that your friends will ...more

How To : Cook an old fashioned beef stew with vegetables

Are you tired of the same old meals all the time? Do you miss the old fashioned stew that you had as a child? This recipe is just like Grandma’s beef stew that you grew up with. In less than two hours you can have a wonderful stew that is packed with protein and iron. Pull to ...more

How To : Make tasty beef jerky

Beef jerky is a nutritious and protein packed snack that is very easy to transport anywhere. By making your own beef jerky you can avoid unhealthy preservatives and will have truly terrific results if you choose a nice cut of meat. Things you'll need: Dehydrators 1/2 tsp. cho ...more

How To : Identify cuts of Prime beef

Beef has many primal sections; the chuck, ribs, short loin, sirloin, round, flank, short plate, brisket, shank, and beef is rated by the USDA. Prime has the most marbling, followed by Choice, then Select, which has the least. Prime also cost the most because only four percent ...more

How To : Make stuffed cabbage rolls a la Aunt Angela

Make sure you have a large Dutch oven with a tight fitting to make these. They need lots of room to braise. As you’ll see in the clip, I was really pushing it with the size pot I used. Of course you can vary this recipe many ways, by using different types and combinations of g ...more

How To : Make a corned beef flavored sausage log

This is a short video on how to make a corned beef flavored sausage log. Learn to make a single corned beef log from 80:20 ground chuck. The process excludes the addition of coarse ground venison to the recipe which works to improve the texture. This clip is concentrated on th ...more

HowTo : Clone a White Castle Slider

Serious Eats' Burger Lab offers an extensive guide to making sliders at home. For those who have not sampled the beloved American classic, a slider is NOT just a mini hamburger. Nope, there's much more to it than that. "Invented in Wichita, Kansas, in 1916 by Walter Anderson ...more

News : Jaccard Tenderizer - A Must Have Tool

This is a tool I wouldn't want to do without in my kitchen. It's full name is the Jaccard Super Tendermatic Meat Tenderizer but if you refer to the "Jaccard", most food folks will know what you are talking about. Jaccard makes lots of food prep products but this is probably th ...more

How To : Clone Shake Shack's Bacon CheddarShack Burger

Most people I've talked to agree that Shake Shack has mastered the upscale, fast food hamburger quite well. So when a new burger comes out on the ultra-popular fast food chain's menu, you've got to take notice—even if you live nowhere near one. Their latest creation, the Baco ...more

How To : Save Time & Money with These One-Pot Meals All Week

Dinner is meant to be enjoyed after a long day away from home—it shouldn't cause stress or fuss. But for many, that's exactly what a home-cooked meal represents, especially on a work night. The prep work, the steps involved in following the recipe, the numerous amount of bowls ...more

Skip the Drive Thru : DIY Big Mac Recipe

The secret to making a (healthier) Big Mac replica is all in the sauce. Gotta get that special sauce just right. Local Lemon does a somewhat gourmet spin on the classic fast food burger, ultimately aiming for true authenticity. "To mimic the sauce, I made an olive oil aioli a ...more

How To : Make Preserved Lemons

One of the great joys of cooking is taking the most basic of foods and preparing them in new and exciting ways. About two years ago, my wife opened my eyes to a delicious staple of Indian and Moroccan cuisine that is made in a very elementary way, the preserved lemon. The lem ...more

Your Freezer : You're Using That Wrong, Too

Last week, I showed you why your refrigerator is one of the best tools in the kitchen when it comes to saving money and preserving food at its tastiest. But did you know your freezer is another underutilized ally in the cooking game? Chances are, you've been using your freeze ...more

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