January 21st, 2014

It’s Steak Soup Time!

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It’s cold out and nothing warms us up better than soups and stews at this time of year.

And a soup with steak? Yes, please!!!

There are lots of great steak soup recipes out there, but here’s a surefire winner to try — Kansas City Steak Soup recipe.

It’s full of beautiful ingredients like carrots, onions, tomatoes, and — of course — steak!

Not in the mood to start from scratch? Try this steak soup mix which even includes the diced sirloin. Easy peasy!

Enjoy your hearty, soupy feast – and stay warm!

Photo courtesy of AllRecipes.com.


April 5th, 2013

Spotlight on Top Sirloin

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The beauty of being a steak lover is that there are so many cuts to love. And all for different reasons.

Let’s chat, ladies and gents, about all there is to love about the one and only Top Sirloin.

Top Sirloin is definitely in my Top 3 because it’s a versatile cut that’s lean and firm.

It’s cut from the center of the sirloin (check out that fancy graphic above) and is muy delicioso as a sandwich steak.

Top Sirloin steaks are also great for grilling. They hold up really well on the grill and come out so flavorful.

Okay, my mouth is watering now.

What’s your favorite cut of steak? Where does the Top Sirloin rank for you?

Graphic courtesy of wikipedia.com.


March 8th, 2013

Basketball Bites

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This Garlic Bread Steak Sandwich (otherwise known as Pittsburgh Cheese Steak) was pinned on Pinterest under the title “March Basketball Bites.”

I couldn’t agree with this representation more. You absolutely NEED something hearty and delicious to carry you through the awesome basketball going on right now.

Even if you’re a spectator.

Made with thinly sliced sirloin steak for ultimate flavor, this is much like the beloved Philly Cheese Steak, but with a twist.

Check out the full recipe for Garlic Bread Steak Sandwiches here. And be sure to savor every bite.

Your team needs you!

One bite and you’ll know this one is a slam dunk! (Yeah, I went there.)

Photo courtesy of Kraftrecipes.com




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