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Ordinary roast beef? I don’t think so. This Wine 'n Dine Peppercorn Roast Beef is another deliciously unconventional beef recipe. Time to Re-Think your beef! Wine 'n Dine Peppercorn Roast Beef   Save Print Prep time 15 mins ...

Let’s Think Hockey!

ThinkBeef.ca has partnered with Halli Krzyzaniak, a member of the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team. Time to show Halli all about the goodness of beef, simple cooking skills and how to ‘cook once, eat twice’. We asked Halli just what recipes she was interested in learning to make? Here's what she said:"...

Teach kids to cook!

Who doesn’t get bored of making (and taking) lunches day-in-day out? We’ve joined forces with dietitian Carol Harrison and home economist/chef Andrea Villneff to bring a food skills education program for kids in the classroom. Rolling out fall 2017 in select Ontario schools, the goal is to inspire and enable...
Standing at the meat counter – what roast do I buy? Keep in mind the type of meal you want to have. Then pick the roast to match: Premium Oven Roasts are cut from the sirloin, loin and rib. These ever-tender roasts are more of a splurge and make the...

Killer Kabobs

Ordinary steak? I don't think so. These Killer Kabobs are another deliciously unconventional beef recipe. Time to Re-Think your beef! Killer Kabobs   Save Print Author: Think Beef Serves: serves 4 Ingredients ¼ cup EACH hoisin sauce, soy sauce and ketchup 1...
Adapted from a recipe by CJ Katz, www.cjkatz.com this recipe for Beef & Lentil Kefta Meatballs serves up meatballs with a Middle Eastern twist. Make ahead, bake and freeze meatballs for up to 3 months if you like. Instead of cooking in the oven, meatballs can also be cooked in...
Known as the Thai dish, Guay Tiew Neua Sub, this Noodles with Curried Meat Sauce recipe can be made with either rice or wheat based noodles. Submitted by Pailin Chongchitnant of HotThaiKitchen.com as part of a global recipe swap project, we adapted it slightly to simplify. This was the...
This recipe is adapted from one by Kelly Neil of Halifax, where the donair is ubiquitous – so much so that it became Halifax’s official food in 2015. The meatballs are so yummy, they are delicious just served as dinner with pasta or rice along with the salad dressing. Kelly has...
WRITTEN BY:  JOYCE PARSLOW, Canada Beef Summer barbecue season has officially begun! And with that we tend to adapt to a more relaxed way to cook – after all, barbecuing is more of an event to enjoy rather than a task to just get done. But that doesn’t mean you can be...
Did you know that Health Canada now advises that first solid foods for infants be iron-rich? By about 6 months of age, baby should be served meat, fish, poultry, or meat alternatives daily. Read more about the Canadian Guidelines here... Why? Baby needs iron for optimal brain development and growth....

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