Simmering/stewing or braising is all the same - a fabulous way to bring out tenderness and remarkable flavours from some of the less tender cuts of beef. Prep is simple and cooking is hands-off. Make with Beef Short Ribs or Simmering Steak such as Blade, Cross Rib or Brisket, or Stewing Beef Cubes or Shank.

Bulgogi-style Braised Beef with Skillet Baby Bok Choy

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Bulgogi-style Korean beef leftovers make a great lunch, OK even breakfast if you ask my daughter who regularly heats up dinner leftovers for breakfast. If you want to re-purpose leftovers into something new, check out the chop suey idea here. Heads up: braising brings out the terrific beef flavour but takes some time so this recipe works best on weekends. …

Rotisserie Roast Beef is the easiest way to serve beef from the barbecue when you've got a crowd, whether cooking on a rotisserie or by indirect heat instead. You can use any Rotisserie Roast: Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip, Outside or Inside Round, Cross Rib or boneless Prime Rib.

Beer-Soaked Beef Rotisserie Roast with Skillet Corn and Kale Salad

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Making a bigger roast ensures you’ll have leftovers for lunch. It takes no extra work and leaves you with lots of meal options. If you know you won’t use leftover roast beef within 2-3 days you can freeze it for up to 2 months for a head start on enchiladas or chili. Beer-Soaked Beef Rotisserie Roast   Save Print Prep …

Once you know a few tricks, marinating beef is a great way to take advantage of bringing out the best in value-cuts. Use for Tri Tip or Marinating Steaks like: Flank, Skirt, Inside/Outside Round, Sirloin Tip and Eye of Round.

Tandoori Marinating Steak with Roasted Curried Cauliflower

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Does the sound of cooking tandoori or curried anything make you want to take a pass for fear your kids won’t eat it? One of the challenges of feeding a family is dealing with different likes and dislikes. I never bothered making separate meals, even for my nose-plugging kid, who at one point did not like the smell of spicy …