Comfort Food that brings back memories of home. When I was growing up, this dish passed for Shepherd’s pie at our house. It usually involved the leftover Sunday Roast and any mashed potatoes that managed to survive our wonderful Sunday family dinners. But if you […]
Category: Roast Beef
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If you’ve spent any time reading this blog, you know I am a huge fan of Trader Joe’s and not just because there happens to be one just three blocks from our place in the city. I will suffer the crowds for the convenience and […]
A Revelation: A Roast Beef that’s almost Filet-tender at about 1/5 the cost. And it cooks with almost no effort at all.
Mix together the lettuce and the dressing and allow to sit, stirring occasionally for 30 minutes. Drain excess liquid. This one of those food discoveries like tasting Burrata for the first time and wondering if you’ll ever go back […]
When I was growing up in Canada, Sunday was almost invariably the day when a giant roast beef would appear at the dinner table surrounded by crisp, brown roasted potatoes. My personal preference was to eat as much rare roast beef as my father would […]