We think these inspiring recipes and remarkable beef facts just might get you to think (or re-think?) beef!

MOST POPULAR

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...

Cook Smart Strategy 1: Frozen Assets

Stocking your freezer helps make home cooking more convenient. When you buy bulk packs of ground beef, add minced onions and seasonings, and cook...

BEEF KARE KARE & GARLIC RICE BURRITOS

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...

How beef stacks up: Beef vs Chicken Nutrient Claims

Think chicken is better for you than beef? Take a look at the nutrient claims that can be made according to the definitions regulated by...

East Coast Panzanella Salad

This recipe is adapted from one by Kelly Neil of Halifax, where the donair is ubiquitous – so much so that it became Halifax’s...

Wine ‘n Dine Peppercorn Roast Beef

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 Steak & Lentil Salad

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...
TB-Widget_Quiz