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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...
BY ANNA OLSON I have such fond memories of visiting the “satay street” alongside Lau Pa Sat market in downtown Singapore. Everyone sits along long tables as the smoke from the charcaoal stay stalls wafts down the street, as platters of sataya skewers are dropped in front of you. While not...

BEEF GOI CUON SALAD

BY ANNA OLSON This refreshing salad is inspired by the salad rolls that often start a Vietnamese meal. Rice noodles are tossed with crunchy, colourful vegetables, but the special addition to this salad is poached beef Chuck Eye Roll. The beef is cooked in a broth that can then be...
BY ANNA OLSON The word “tagine” refers both to the earthenware dish with a cone-shaped lid AND the stew that is made within it. You don’t need this dish to make the stew – a heavy-bottomed pot with a good lid will do the trick, producing an aromatic beef stew...
BY ANNA OLSON The beauty of this famous Brazilian grilled steak dish is its simplicity…it’s all about the beef! No fancy marinades or add-ons define picanha, but this top sirloin cap is lean, tender, and has a deep beef flavor which is heightened by grilling over high heat, charcoal if...
BY ANNA OLSON What makes these take on burger sliders special is the spice blend AND the texture that define kibbeh. Soaked bulgur wheat added to the beef mix adds a crunch on the outside of the sliders. Using top blade, that is cut by hand adds a more character to...
BY ANNA OLSON I first discovered Kare Kare on my very first trip to Philippines. I loved the intense aroma and the richness of the sauce, and it has inspired me to prepare it at home. However, sometimes I’m looking for a more casual way to eat it, especially if...
I love recipes that are cook once, eat twice. Start by making a Sunday meal of pot roast or oven roast beef. Then, with the leftovers, make this hearty Quick Beef and Barley Soup in just 30 minutes. A perfect weeknight meal when there's no time to cook! Quick...

Kheema

This Kheema is a Mumbai street food recipe adapted from a recipe by Michelle Peters-Jones at The Tiffin Box as part of our ThinkBeef.ca Global Recipe Swap. Simple but exotic, this was one of our favourites. We’re adding it to our ground beef weekly ‘recipe rotation’ – Yum! Kheema...
Ordinary steak? I don't think so. These Glazed Beef Kabobs with Easy Asian Eggplant are another deliciously unconventional beef recipe. Time to Re-Think your beef! Glazed Beef Kabobs with Easy Asian Eggplant   Save Print Author: Think Beef Serves: serves 4 Ingredients ...

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