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MULTI CASSEROLE

1 1/2 pound ground beef
4 large potatoes, sliced thin
3 cups cabbage, shredded
3 large carrots, shredded
1 medium onion, chopped
1 can cream of mushroom soup
6 slices Velveeta cheese


Pat 1 pound of ground beef into bottom of cold dutch oven.

Layer vegetables over meat.

Crumble remaining meat over top of vegetables.

Pour soup over top, spreading to edges of skillet.

Cover with cheese.

Cover and cook over medium heat for 35 to 45 minutes.

Remove cover for last 5 to 10 minutes.



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Korean beef

let me dig that one out

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Beef . . . it's what's for dinner . . .

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any good cut of angus steak sprinkled with sea salt and crushed black pepper

hold over grill till outside changes from red to brown

inside should be bloody rare

serve with grilled mushrooms, garlic, and onions.

i make grilled prawns to go with for surf and turf. melt butter (real butter) and add crushed garlic.
dip prawns in melted butter and...this can make for a very erotic meal...

mad dogs and englishmen...i still want the great dane!

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sisterC wrote:any good cut of angus steak sprinkled with sea salt and crushed black pepper

hold over grill till outside changes from red to brown

inside should be bloody rare

serve with grilled mushrooms, garlic, and onions.

i make grilled prawns to go with for surf and turf. melt butter (real butter) and add crushed garlic.
dip prawns in melted butter and...this can make for a very erotic meal...



How do you grill the mushrooms, garlic and onions?



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pooflady wrote:How do you grill the mushrooms, garlic and onions?



sorry. my grill has 2 side burners so i use a pan. oh but on a charcoal grill you can put them in foil with butter and let them cook that way.

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pooflady wrote:How do you grill the mushrooms, garlic and onions?



Use doubled aluminum foil on the grill or just saute them in a skillet . . . or kabob 'em . . .

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AZGman wrote:Use doubled aluminum foil on the grill or just saute them in a skillet . . .



I've always wondered why putting things on foil is any different than just doing them in the house on the stove.



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pooflady wrote:I've always wondered why putting things on foil is any different than just doing them in the house on the stove.



Keeps a pan clean and ya already have the grill going . . .

edit: plus, doing them on the foil in the grill gives them a smoky flavor . . .

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AZGman wrote:Keeps a pan clean and ya already have the grill going . . .

edit: plus, doing them on the foil in the grill gives them a smoky flavor . . .



That's what I don't understand, how any smoke gets to them.



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pooflady wrote:That's what I don't understand, how any smoke gets to them.



Ya put the lid on the grill . . .

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BrotherD wrote:The nun knows...



nice photo...

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Could we get back to the subject of the thread, please.



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pooflady wrote:Could we get back to the subject of the thread, please.



Yes, that would be a good idea

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I'd like to put out a request for a good Beef Stroganoff Recipe. Haven't had it in so many years we forget how we made it.

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uiopreturns wrote:I'd like to put out a request for a good Beef Stroganoff Recipe. Haven't had it in so many years we forget how we made it.



Crap I have one of those too, ok tomorrow after my football picks I do the Korean beef and Stroganoff...

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BrotherD wrote:Crap I have one of those too, ok tomorrow after my football picks I do the Korean beef and Stroganoff...


Thanks, I'd appreciate it!

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uiopreturns wrote:I'd like to put out a request for a good Beef Stroganoff Recipe. Haven't had it in so many years we forget how we made it.


We do a simple version.
Brown a pound of ground beef in a cup of red wine. Drain off fat.
Mix a can of cream of mushroom soup with 8 ounces of sour cream and heat to slow boil.
Combine sauce with browned meat and keep warm until noodles are ready.
Boil noodles until tender.
Spoon mixture on top of warm noodles.

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Reminder to Brother D.



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pooflady wrote:Reminder to Brother D.



Hey, I just got home from work. Ok, I will post them before football picks if we all agree I don't lose man points...ok?

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BrotherD wrote:Hey, I just got home from work. Ok, I will post them before football picks if we all agree I don't lose man points...ok?



You have man points? And here I thought you were a '90s kind of guy.



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pooflady wrote:You have man points? And here I thought you were a '90s kind of guy.



I don't get that one, but I did just read one of d'name's posts, so I may be impaired for a bit.

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BrotherD wrote:I don't get that one, but I did just read one of d'name's posts, so I may be impaired for a bit.



Never mind, you may be too young. *sigh*



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pooflady wrote:Never mind, you may be too young. *sigh*



Young at heart (and obviously mind at times) made in 1962.

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BrotherD wrote:Young at heart (and obviously mind at times) made in 1962.



You're older than I thought. Please, not an insult.



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uiopreturns wrote:I'd like to put out a request for a good Beef Stroganoff Recipe. Haven't had it in so many years we forget how we made it.



Beef Stroganoff

2 lb round steak, 1/4 inch
3 Tbsp olive oil
1 onion finely chopped
1/2 lb mushrooms, sliced
1 Tbsp tomato paste
1 Tbsp flour
1/2 cup sherry
Salt & Pepper
1 pint sour cream

Cut steak into strips, 1/4 inch by 1 inch long. Brown meat in oil. Push to one side and add onions and mushrooms, sauté until soft. Mix with meat. Stir in tomato. Sprinkle flower over all and blend well. Add sherry & stir until a gravy is formed. Season to taste. Cover and cook until meat is tender. Blend in sour cream. Serve over noodles.

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BrotherD wrote:Beef Stroganoff

2 lb round steak, 1/4 inch
3 Tbsp olive oil
1 onion finely chopped
1/2 lb mushrooms, sliced
1 Tbsp tomato paste
1 Tbsp flour
1/2 cup sherry
Salt & Pepper
1 pint sour cream

Cut steak into strips, 1/4 inch by 1 inch long. Brown meat in oil. Push to one side and add onions and mushrooms, sauté until soft. Mix with meat. Stir in tomato. Sprinkle flower over all and blend well. Add sherry & stir until a gravy is formed. Season to taste. Cover and cook until meat is tender. Blend in sour cream. Serve over noodles.



Hmmm . . . sounds good. I've never seen sherry in a stroganof recipe before.

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AZGman wrote:Hmmm . . . sounds good. I've never seen sherry in a stroganof recipe before.



Hmm, does sound good. Thanks.



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pooflady wrote:You're older than I thought. Please, not an insult.



No insult taken. None of us can pick our age.

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BrotherD wrote:Young at heart (and obviously mind at times) made in 1962.



I thought there was a nation-wide recall on that year's models?!?!?

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pooflady wrote:You're older than I thought. Please, not an insult.


Please don't take this the wrong way but I thought he was in his 50's. Funny how we read into things differently online.

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BrotherD wrote:Beef Stroganoff

2 lb round steak, 1/4 inch
3 Tbsp olive oil
1 onion finely chopped
1/2 lb mushrooms, sliced
1 Tbsp tomato paste
1 Tbsp flour
1/2 cup sherry
Salt & Pepper
1 pint sour cream

Cut steak into strips, 1/4 inch by 1 inch long. Brown meat in oil. Push to one side and add onions and mushrooms, sauté until soft. Mix with meat. Stir in tomato. Sprinkle flower over all and blend well. Add sherry & stir until a gravy is formed. Season to taste. Cover and cook until meat is tender. Blend in sour cream. Serve over noodles.



Thank you for posting the recipe. I know we've never used sherry in our stoganoff but I'm willing to give it a try. Thanks again!

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BrotherD wrote:Korean beef

let me dig that one out



Bul Gogi (broiled beef) – Korean Beef in my lingo

(Authentic Korean recipe from a really nice lady named Chon (and a family favorite))

1 lb. Beef – fillet or prime roast
4 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon oil (sesame or peanut oil)
3 tablespoons sugar (brown or regular) (I think brown is better)
2 tablespoons prepared sesame seeds
3 green onions
2 cloves garlic
1/8 teaspoon black pepper

Cut meat across grain about 3 inches long and paper (less than 1/4 in.) thin.

Chop garlic and green onions very small.

Mix together onion, garlic, soy sauce, sugar, oil, pepper and sesame seeds. Marinate the meat in this mixture for at least an hour or overnight in the refrigerator (edit, overnight is best).

Cook on grill (charcoal or gas) (yes, you can broil in an oven too) on grate until tender. Flip during cooking (I like it to get a little well done, just me).

Eat while hot with rice and vegetables or salad. 5 servings.

Final note: The grilling part can be tricky and it helps to have two people, it cooks fast.

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AZGman wrote:I thought there was a nation-wide recall on that year's models?!?!?



probably should have been, I didn't get the notice.

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BrotherD wrote:Bul Gogi (broiled beef) – Korean Beef in my lingo

(Authentic Korean recipe from a really nice lady named Chon (and a family favorite))

1 lb. Beef – fillet or prime roast
4 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon oil (sesame or peanut oil)
3 tablespoons sugar (brown or regular) (I think brown is better)
2 tablespoons prepared sesame seeds
3 green onions
2 cloves garlic
1/8 teaspoon black pepper

Cut meat across grain about 3 inches long and paper (less than 1/4 in.) thin.

Chop garlic and green onions very small.

Mix together onion, garlic, soy sauce, sugar, oil, pepper and sesame seeds. Marinate the meat in this mixture for at least an hour or overnight in the refrigerator (edit, overnight is best).

Cook on grill (charcoal or gas) (yes, you can broil in an oven too) on grate until tender. Flip during cooking (I like it to get a little well done, just me).

Eat while hot with rice and vegetables or salad. 5 servings.

Final note: The grilling part can be tricky and it helps to have two people, it cooks fast.



Tricky because it gets done fast?

What are prepared sesame seeds?



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BrotherD wrote:Bul Gogi (broiled beef) – Korean Beef in my lingo

Final note: The grilling part can be tricky and it helps to have two people, it cooks fast.



Do you have a fine-mesh grill that you use when doing this?

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pooflady wrote:Tricky because it gets done fast?

What are prepared sesame seeds?



tricky - they do cook fast. by the time you lay the strips out, you go back and start flipping, by the time you have done your flipping the first ones need to come off. ( of course thickness and the grill may change this). I use tongs and a helper is always welcome.

Prepared - humm - I typed in the recipe from Chon pretty much verbatim, I am sure we just use sesame seeds from McCormick. I can ask the wife. In Chon's world there may have been a plant attached to the seeds. Sorry.

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AZGman wrote:Do you have a fine-mesh grill that you use when doing this?



Just the standard one, putting the strips horizontally of course. If they are too short you can have an issue. Nothing worse than dropping one through...

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BrotherD wrote:Just the standard one, putting the strips horizontally of course. If they are too short you can have an issue. Nothing worse than dropping one through...



Do you cook as soon as the coals are cherry-red with no flames or let them ash over a bit?

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