One of our favorite holiday meals is Beef Wellington. It gives you a great beef roast in a faster amount of time than a rib roast. Plus, it adds a nice little surprise for your holiday guests. To be honest, who doesn’t love the look of a perfectly cooked beef wellington just sitting on the table?! If you want to impress your guests this holiday season, this recipe is for you! Plus, it is super tasty.
This is a simple, quick and delicious dish. Pork tenderloin is a tender cut of meat that cooks fast. In about 40 minutes you can be chewing down on a delicious pork tenderloin with roasted apples. Yes, you can do this no problem.
My wife and son love steak, especially filet mignon. So I have been buying whole beef tenderloins, when they are on sale, and cutting them up into steaks. Saves me a ton of money, they end up being about $6 each. Not to shabby for 1.5 inch thick steaks. When doing this I end up … Read moreGarlic and Ginger Beef Stir-fry
The other day the fine folks over at iDevices sent us a Kitchen Thermometer. The Kitchen Thermometer is a dual probe bluetooth thermometer that connects right to your iPhone, iPad or iPad mini. With your bluetooth connected device you can wirelessly monitor your thermometer, chart the temperature and set up alerts. This is not your mom’s kitchen thermometer. Well, unless your Mom is one connected lady. To test this device, I wanted to try it out on a large piece of meat. So, I went to the local store and found that pork tenderloins were on sale. I added a little bacon to the cart and we were all set for a great meal. The Kitchen Thermometer from iDevices was great. Check out the bottom of the post for a full review.
I am continuing with Holiday Appetizer Week. With all of the snow in DC, Tucker and I have been cooped up in the house. So, I wanted something warm and delicious to eat. Nothing says warm and delicious like Beef. When I used to work as a caterer we served mini beef wellingtons as an appetizer. They were amazing. After a bit of research, I purchased some puff pastry and beef tenderloin. With a little experimenting I figured it out.
Cut the perfect little beef wellingtons into 1/2 inch thick rounds and serve to your lucky guests.