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The weather outside may be frightful, but there’s no reason meal planning should be. It’s the season for delicious and cost-effective cooking for your family or the guests at your next gathering.
Along with a variety of succulent beef cuts to choose from, there’s the added value of low prices. This season, beef retail prices are down nearly 10 percent from the highest prices in late 2014, making it easier on wallets to add Steaks, Roasts and Ground Beef to shopping lists for entertaining.
There’s added benefits, too. Lean beef can also help support personal goals for health and wellness. Incorporate lean beef into your meal planning and turn leftovers into a second and third meal. Pair with vegetables and whole grains to provide a balanced plate that delivers important nutrients like zinc, iron and protein.
There are lots of easy-to-make and versatile dishes, such as steamed lean beef and shiitake dumplings with orange ponzu sauce or citrus-marinated beef and fruit kabobs, certified by the American Heart Association. Taking a dish to a potluck? Take Beef Stuffing with Apples and Cranberries and bring home an empty dish! When all the hustle and bustle is over you might feel like avoiding the crowds and staying home for a romantic date night with Braised Short Ribs with Red Wine Sauce.
Steakhouse Chef Richard Chamberlain joined me to share lean beef ideas; including mouthwatering recipes and tips for preparing beef dishes, including roasts throughout the winter season. He also offered advice on wine pairings and easy, delicious and cost-saving meal solutions that will help families all year long.
Take a look below.
Visit BeefItsWhatsForDinner.com for lean beef recipes.
Lean Beef Ideas
Meet Our Guest
Considered one of America’s leading chefs, Richard is the owner of Chamberlain’s Steak and Chophouse in Dallas – named one of Bon Appetit’s top new restaurants shortly after opening in 1993. Since then, both he and the restaurant have garnered stellar reviews and accolades from premier publications such as Gourmet and Zagat Guide.
Lean Beef Ideas