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Taco Pie

Taco Pie by Glenn

Tacos without all of the mess. If you like Taco you have got to like Taco Pie and it is really easy to make. Enjoy.

55 votes
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Texas Chili (without beans)

Texas Chili (without beans) by Stan Jenkins

This is a Texas style chili without beans. However, you can add any beans that you like. You can garnish with shredded cheese, diced onions or whole chili peppers.

2 votes
10477 views
Grilled Cube Steak Burgers

Grilled Cube Steak Burgers by Robyn Savoie

Here's a tasty, tender and satisfying burger using the economical, tenderized round steak. I made this up one afternoon to feed the cement masons & finishers, who came to lay out my new driveway and patio. These burgers were wolfed down in no time, some asked for the recipe.

1 vote
7252 views
Jamaican "Beef" Patties

Jamaican "Beef" Patties by Kiki Thompson

Coming from a Jamaican background, many times my palate craves the blended flavors of curry. So I veganized one of my favorite treats, Jamaican Beef Patties. These are kind of similar to Mexican empinadas, but spicy I was kind of skeptical at first, but you can not tell the difference…it’s all about the seasoning when it comes down…

2 votes
7000 views
Potluck Cheeseburger Mac

Potluck Cheeseburger Mac by Patti Fisher

We were invited to a potluck at our community center and asked what we should bring. The resounding vote was: meat! Spending the afternoon with our friends and neighbors is always fun and we wanted to do something everyone would love. We mixed lots of super lean, top quality ground beef with sharp cheddar cheese and elbow macaroni.…

1 vote
3004 views
Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili )

Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili ) by Edward Heller

I like cooking and I love chili and chocolate, so if there was any way I could combine the three, I was gonna do it. So here is my quite excellent balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, which I hope you will enjoy as well. (This recipe has been on recipezaar-dot-com since 2002, where 50 people have posted reviews of my chili…

3 votes
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Firehouse Hamburger Barbecue

Firehouse Hamburger Barbecue by Glenn

Served at fairs and firehouse gatherings as well as church picnics and community events in Lancaster County, PA. The recipe is from Eva M. Koehler, my grandmother, of Lititz who served as a cook for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lititz Volunteer Fire Company No. 1.

2 votes
6393 views
Reuben Hot Dog

Reuben Hot Dog by Glenn

Super fast microwave treat combining Americana and class on a bun. Admittedly I stole the idea from my local hardware store (which happens to have a fine cafe inside it) but I have made it microwave fast. You can be enjoying a gustatorial treat in just minutes.

1 vote
1566 views
Sir Cedric

Sir Cedric by Glenn

A quick casserole given to us by our friend Barb McGillen in Indianapolis. A family favorite

2 votes
5343 views
Creole Smothered Cube Steak

Creole Smothered Cube Steak by Robyn Savoie

Here's a stepped up version of Swiss Steak. Creole Smothered Steak can use either cube steaks; a tenderized round steak or other beef steaks such as chuck or top round steak which is cheaper, but also leaner cuts of beef and definitely needing tenderizing. Since this recipe uses cube steak, it is great for a quick weeknight…

1 vote
4846 views
Summertime Cube Steak Dinner

Summertime Cube Steak Dinner by Robyn Savoie

Here's a quick, colorful and delicious recipe that uses garden fresh vegetables. It's sure to please even the most picky of eaters. The recipe calls for canned diced chili tomatoes. You can use two cups diced fresh tomato or 1 pint cherry tomato, quartered or 1 pint grape tomato, sliced in half. Place in a small bowl and add…

2 votes
5019 views
Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home

Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home by Terry

The secret to a Maid Rite and/or Tendermaid style loose burger Hamburger is that the beef is steamed and not fried, and this does make all the difference. Making them at home can be done although it is slightly more painstaking than the frying pan, but well worth the effort. I use a streiner or colander over a pot of boiling water…

1 vote
10609 views
Jamaican Steak with Citrus Salsa

Jamaican Steak with Citrus Salsa by Robyn Savoie

Caribbean cooking is getting hotter and hotter, and our Jamaican Steak is sure to add a tropical touch to your meal without you having to pack a bag to leave home. This easy steak recipe is like a vacation for our taste buds.

1 vote
4362 views
Yorkie Beef Pudding

Yorkie Beef Pudding by Micheline

This easy to prepare English style inspired yorkshire pudding dish is elegant enough to serve when you have guests as well as for a weeknight dinner.

2 votes
3254 views
Cajun Meatballs

Cajun Meatballs by Chef Smith

You can make these as spicy as you want by adding more hot sauce. Also for a different taste combine 1/2 lb lean beef and 1/2 lb of ground spicy sausage

1 vote
2770 views