Pressure cooker, slow cooker, Dutch Oven or frying pan. You can use any of these to make beef Stroganoff. My Foodi was handi, so I used it. This recipe is for ground beef. To use cubed steak, filet or anything like that; see addition below. 1/4 stick butter 1 lb ground beef 1 medium chopped onion 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce 8 oz brown mushrooms, thinly … Continue reading Ground Beef Stroganoff
Wings, there are so many kinds & types. Wings to fly, wings to eat, some to watch, some to hear. I’m going to list three ways to cook the same thing. Fry, bake, pressure cooker, Sous Vide, & slow cooker. Dump & go is such a convenience when you are away all day & just want to come home to done. Keep in mind that … Continue reading Teriyaki Wings 5 ways from Sunday
Boy, it’s as thick as fog in here! Pea soup, I love pea soup. I like it rather simple too. This is about as complicated as pea soup should be, that is, using the onions outer skin & the skin peelings from the carrots. After trimming the ham off the bone, you have a great bone. Shanks have the best bones for cooking. Now, you … Continue reading Pressure Cooker Pea Soup
In my continued task of coming up with pureed foods for a dear friend who has Dysphagia, I am surprised that there aren’t more “recipes” for pureed foods (not counting baby food). There are a few, made by various companies selling their product, but not so many homemade recipes. Now, I will say this. You can puree anything. Just be sure that it is the … Continue reading Pureed Pot Roast
Pulled beef BBQ & pot roast using as cheap a cut of meat as possible. If you’ve read this blog with any regularity, you know that at various times I have talked about cheap cuts of meat. So, I was in the store the other day, & wandered by the discount section, & picked up this great slab of lean (no marbling) beef (chuck roast). … Continue reading What to do with Chuck?