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My Australian friends told me to try and they were right…I loved it! Because kangaroo is a lean meat, such as venison, I added some minced onion and minced bacon to the meatball recipe to […]
I don’t think I’ll be putting Portillo’s out of business any time soon, but if you are in the mood for a little Italian beef and peppers, this will hopefully do the trick. Eat as is or serve in lettuce cups.
This easy-to-make meatloaf is very versatile. Generally, no two meatloaves are the same in my house…use whatever ground meat or veggies you have on-hand. Experiment with different spices to add a completely new twist!
Memories of Germany! This meal is breaded pork with a mushroom-onion sauce served with a side of braised red cabbage.
(Slow cooker recipe) If you are brave enough to try it, you’ll enjoy this tender, flavorful meat!
I ranked this with a “Hard” difficulty rating. It is not necessarily hard to achieve, but there are a lot of moving parts…but well worth it in the end!
These meatballs started out in my mind as kebabs; however, I thought the consistency would be a better fit as meatballs. Great served over some spiraled root veggies or spaghetti squash.
I participated in Paleo Pen Pals month of August 2013 exchange. I received a bottle of Ume Plum Vinegar in my box. This is what I made with it! By the way, this is a […]