• Beef Wellington Tart

    February 12, 2019DishinandDishes

    I’ve always had a little crush on Beef Wellington. I mean, what’s not to love about a beef filet seared then covered with Pâté de Foie Gras (a pate made out of fatty duck liver….trust me it’s a delicacy), and/or Duxelles (finely chopped mushrooms sauteed with shallots and herbs) and wrapped in flaky puff pastry…

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  • Filet Mignon with Mushrooms and Mustard Cream Sauce

    February 7, 2017DishinandDishes

    Oh my goodness gravy (literally) but these filet mignon steaks are DELICIOUS.  And you won’t even believe how easy they are to make.  A quick sear on all sides and then pop them in the oven while you finish making the sauce in the pan and you can have an amazing Valentine’s Day recipe to wow…

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  • Pimento Bacon Cheeseburgers

    May 10, 2016DishinandDishes

    A recipe for a gourmet burger with bacon and homemade pimento cheese along with great tips for grilling a better burger this summer!

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  • Cottage Pie

    March 10, 2015DishinandDishes

    Cottage Pie is an English/Irish dish that is kin to the more well-known Shepherd’s Pie, the difference being that Cottage Pie is made with beef, whereas Shepherd’s Pie is made with lamb or mutton (Get it? Sheep?). Many folk make the pie with beef and call it Shepherd’s Pie, but today we’re going to try…

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  • Grill Basket Stuffed Slider Burgers

    June 12, 2014DishinandDishes

    How to make twelve slider burgers in a snap by making them in a grill basket on your BBQ.

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  • Japchae (Chapchae)

    January 10, 2014DishinandDishes

    Mr. Wonderful and I love to go to this little Korean restaurant in Midwest City called Seoul Garden. Run by a sweet Korean lady and her husband, we love to taste the dishes they cook up which are full of flavor, texture and deliciousness. One of those dishes is Japchae (otherwise called jabchae, chapchae, Chop…

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  • Kraut Bierocks – German Cabbage Burger Recipe

    July 18, 2013DishinandDishes

    As promised, Part 2 of my old family recipe for Kraut Bierocks (pronounced Krowt Beer-ocks), or German cabbage burgers.  Yesterday we made the quick version using crescent roll dough.  Click here  to find where you can find how to make the meat and cabbage filling. Today we’ll do the genuine recipe for the dough pockets.  To…

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  • The Ultimate Southwest Meatloaf

    February 20, 2013DishinandDishes

    I am telling you, This is the best meatloaf I’ve ever made and you’ll soon see why. It’s the ultimate meatloaf, it’s a southwest meatloaf recipe full of goodness with smoked cheese, and a chipotle- red wine glaze. It’s the bomb! This is not a recipe for the semi-homemade type of cook.  This is a labor…

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  • Not Really Shepherd’s Pie

    January 30, 2013DishinandDishes

    Okay, I admit it.  I’m a sucker for anything with pie crust.  So a traditional shepherd’s pie recipe with a crust of mashed potatoes seems sometimes, well….just sad to me. I have no idea how I started making this pie.  I may have had something similar at a diner years ago and tried to replicate…

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  • Lean Mean Game Day Chili – Superbowl!

    January 30, 2013DishinandDishes

    We love a good chili recipe at our house on game days, especially for the Superbowl.  I love to cook up a pot, put out the fixings, and leave it on the counter all day long in a crock pot to keep warm.  If I make it ahead of time, I can relax, watch the…

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  • Philly Cheese Steak Sliders

    January 29, 2013DishinandDishes

    Sliders are such a great inspiration to play with.  First off, you can have a small appetite and have just one or be ravenous and have 4.  The recipes can vary from Buffalo Chicken to Portabello Mushroom  or you can offer your guests or family a choice and do several, including this latest one I…

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  • Easy Bierocks

    September 4, 2012DishinandDishes

    These Kraut Bierocks are a fond memory of my childhood. Bierocks are meat-filled pocket pastries originating in Eastern Europe, possibly in Germany or Russia, as the dish is very common among theVolga German community in the United States and Argentina. They were brought to the United States in the 1880s by German Russian Mennonite immigrants.(Wikepedia)…

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