Category - Red Meat

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Duet: Sun Dried Tomato Meatloaf / John Cougar “American Fool”
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Duet: Steak with Gorgonzola Butter / Johnny Cash “Johnny Cash at San Quentin”
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Duet: Beef and Broccoli / Styx “The Grand Illusion”
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Duet: Grilled Kabobs / Bruce Springsteen “Born to Run”
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Duet: Slow Cooker Chili / Mumford & Sons “Sigh No More”

Duet: Sun Dried Tomato Meatloaf / John Cougar “American Fool”

The food: Every home cook needs a few tried-and-true recipes they can turn to on busy nights. For me, meatloaf is one of those. It’s an “everything but the kitchen sink” type of recipe—if you have ground beef, you can almost certainly find some things in the cupboard to create a decent meatloaf. After lots of trial and error, I’ve landed on this sun-dried tomato version that has[…]

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Duet: Steak with Gorgonzola Butter / Johnny Cash “Johnny Cash at San Quentin”

The food: Sometimes you just want to clog your arteries a bit with a big, juicy steak topped with butter and cheese. When that mood strikes, make it worthwhile with a fatty bone-in ribeye and decadent gorgonzola compound butter (mitigate your guilt by adding a healthy side, like grilled asparagus). When indulging in a last-meal-worthy dinner, you must also drink a full-bodied red wine, preferably[…]

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Duet: Beef and Broccoli / Styx “The Grand Illusion”

The food: In most cities, the only options for delivery food are pizza and Chinese. I eat more Asian food than I’d like to admit because it would mean owning up to my incredible laziness. What drives me nuts about ordering in, though, is how damn expensive it is. By the time I pay for the food, rice, delivery fee, and tip, my bill[…]

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Duet: Grilled Kabobs / Bruce Springsteen “Born to Run”

The food: My boyfriend loves to grill. I love to eat BBQ. It works out well. When we were trying to decide what to grill last weekend, however, we were coming up short. We had fallen into a bit of a rut, cycling through steaks, chicken breasts, and pork chops on repeat. So I had the brilliant idea of mixing it up with grilled kabobs. They are super[…]

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Duet: Slow Cooker Chili / Mumford & Sons “Sigh No More”

The food: In the winter months, I eat chili at least a few times a month. It’s great comfort food for cold days; the spicy, hearty stew warms my body and my soul. Plus, slow cooker chili is something you can quickly prep in the morning and let cook all day. Who doesn’t love walking into a house that smells like chili after long and[…]

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