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Beef Stew w/Rutabaga

From Heirloom Living Market Lilburn

<p>I needed to use this rutabaga that I bought at the market and didn&#8217;t know what to do with it. What does a rutabaga taste like and how do I prepare it? Of course I checked out the internet and found that it is a cross between a turnip and a cabbage. Most of the recipes are interchangeable w/potatoes. So, I&#8217;m thinking beef stew surrounding a bed of mashed rutabaga. The rutabaga does not mash as smoothly as potatoes and is a bit lumpy and fibrous from the cabbage w/a mild turnipy taste. I&#8217;ve never eaten turnips except for the greens until recently. I&#8217;m still getting used to them, but I will not be put off! So, this is my take on Beef Stew w/Rutabaga. Great recipe for getting to know the rutabaga.</p>
Source: Kathy Barnes
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: Stew, Rutabaga
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Beef Stroganoff

From Shoestring Acres

<p>This is a great way to use various in-season mushrooms of any type. This is a family tradition that does well with your personal variations (mine are labeled &#8220;optional&#8221;). Most tender prepared in a crock pot, but can do on the stove with a nice cut of meat. Follow instructions well so veggies don&#8217;t become too soft.</p>
Source: Mrs. Elizabeth Axe
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: beef, mushrooms, onion, pepper, garlic, broth, ketchup, mustard, sour, salt, pasta, salad, cayenne, flour
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Beef Stroganoff

From Russellville Community Market

<p>This is a variation of my family&#8217;s favorite dinner when we were growing up. I have substituted yogurt for sour cream and fresh mushrooms for canned.</p>
Source: McNeary family
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: beef, mushrooms
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Beef Stuffed Zucchini

From Stones River Market

<p>Very large zucchini don&#8217;t look very appetizing, but they can be delicious if stuffed with meat and veggies.</p>
Source: Kathy Ferris
Servings: about 6
Ingredient keywords: beef, onion, pepper, pepper, pepper, zuccini, eggplant, onion, parsley
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Beef Taco Soup

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>The taste of tacos, that is present in a soup. Great for supper, parties, or an easy crockpot meal.</p>
Source: Stephanie & Josh Buehler
Servings: 6-10 servings
Ingredient keywords: beef, taco, ranch
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Beef with Chick Peas

From Superior Seasons

<p>My husband (who is not normally a cook) made this for my first meal at home after our first child was born.</p> <p>Beef and Chick Peas<br /> 2 lbs ground beef <br /> 1 chopped onion<br /> 4 cloves garlic, minced<br /> 1 can chick peas, drained<br /> ¼ cup red wine<br /> 1/3 cup tomato paste (1/2 can)<br /> ¼ cup water<br /> ½ tsp ground allspice<br /> 2 tsp dried mint, crushed<br /> S&amp;P<br /> Basically you can just throw all this in a crock pot and put it on low for the day. If you have time you can brown the meat with the onion and garlic in a skillet first and add it to the other ingredients in the Crock Pot. <br /> Serve with rice and some sliced cucumbers or other crispy vegetable.</p> <p>6 Servings</p>
Source: Modifications made to a recipe from New Crockery Cooker (Crock Pot) Cook Book
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: Ground, Garbanzos
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Beer Can Chicken

From Farmer At Your Door

<p>Ingredients<br /> 1 (4-pound) whole chicken <br /> 2 tablespoons vegetable oil <br /> 2 tablespoons salt <br /> 1 teaspoon black pepper <br /> 3 tablespoons of your favorite dry spice rub <br /> 1 can beer</p> <p>Directions<br /> Remove neck and giblets from chicken and discard. Rinse chicken inside and out, and pat dry with paper towels. Rub chicken lightly with oil then rub inside and out with salt, pepper and dry rub. Set aside.</p> <p>Open beer can and take several gulps (make them big gulps so that the can is half full). Place beer can on a solid surface. Grabbing a chicken leg in each hand, plunk the bird cavity over the beer can. Transfer the bird-on-a-can to your grill and place in the center of the grate, balancing the bird on its 2 legs and the can like a tripod.</p> <p>Cook the chicken over medium-high, indirect heat (i.e. no coals or burners on directly under the bird), with the grill cover on, for approximately 1 1/4 hours or until the internal temperature registers 165 degrees F in the breast area and 180 degrees F in the thigh, or until the thigh juice runs clear when stabbed with a sharp knife. Remove from grill and let rest for 10 minutes before carving.</p>
Source: The Food Network
Servings: Serves 4-6
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Beer-Thyme Mustard

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Make your own! It is fabulous and simple.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: No clue
Servings: 1 1/4 cup
Ingredient keywords: onion, thyme
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Beet and Apple Slaw

From Shoestring Acres

<p>Another way to get beets into our diet.</p> Vegan!
Source: MOM Sale Flier September 2012
Servings: ?
Ingredient keywords: beets, spring
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Beet and Beet Greens Salad

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>This salad of beets on beet greens with a vinaigrette makes it part Greek and part Provencal. Call it Franco-Hellenic fusion cooking, but make sure to say it with a straight face.</p> Vegan!
Source: adapted from Mediterranean Harvest by Martha Rose Shulman
Servings: 4-6 as a side dish, 2-3 as a light meal
Ingredient keywords: beet, vinegar, balsamic, garlic, oil, lemon
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