Archive | Beef

Why Eat Grass Fed and Pastured Animal Products

In my last post, Nutrient Rich Meals, I mentioned the importance of using grass fed and pastured animal products. As I thought about it, I realized I should be more explicit why I made that recommendation. So, here we go . . . There is an old saying, “You are what you eat,” which is […]

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Moderation or Abstinence?

  Moderation or abstinence is always a valid question when it comes to foods that are not particularly healthy, such as fast foods. It has been suggested that fast foods should not even be referred to as food – at least not in the nutritional sense. You may tell yourself that fast foods every once […]

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Swiss Steak Supreme – Recipe of the Week

This is a recipe that I have served my family for years.  I know there are many articles on the dangers of eating too much red meat – and yet steak continues to be one of my family favorites. Recently I was introduced to a wonderful Website: that is filled with great information. You should visit […]

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Savory Beef Stew – Soups and Stews Series #7

Savory Beef Stew is a true comfort food in my family. A hearty, nicely flavored classic stew served with hot corn bread or biscuits and real butter is utterly delicious. This is my personal adaptation of a recipe that has been passed down through the generations. INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons garlic […]

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ALBONDIGAS SOUP (Mexican Meatball Soup) – Soups and Stews Series #2

  Albondigas Soup (traditional Mexican meatball soup) is not only delicious; it is an excellent choice for serving 8 to 10 people very economically.  The soup is loaded with vegetables, yummy seasonings, hamburger, and rice. Add a crisp green salad and warm flour tortillas, corn bread or crusty French bread and the meal is complete. […]

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