Keftedakia are Greek meatballs. This is Mama Julia’s recipe (my mom), who got it from her mother, yiayia Anneta. Very simple to make! I have been eating them this way since I was a child. Note that these are eyeball estimates, so you can play with the amounts to your liking. Old school home cooks … Continue reading Keftedakia- Greek Meatballs
Roasted Bone Marrow
While bone marrow is truly an old world food, over the past few years it has become a new found sensation to restaurant goers. I grew up eating it usually as part of my mother’s beef bone soups. It was always my favorite part of the soup! Literally sucking this meat candy right out of … Continue reading Roasted Bone Marrow
Honey Beef Short Ribs
Honey beef short ribs. Oven roasted to perfection! How can you say no? This is such an easy carnivorous recipe. All you need are a few spices and time. And you don't even have to be a seasoned chef to make these perfect. The oven will do all of the work for you. Dry rub … Continue reading Honey Beef Short Ribs
Beef Liver & Heart Souvlaki
It’s Tsiknopempti today for the Greek Orthodox Christians & it’s our traditional meat feast right before the Great Lent. Tsiknopempti literally translates to "burnt, charred, smoky meat Thursday". Its basically the Eastern Orthodox version of Fat Tuesday. Apokries (abstaining from meat), our carnival season is made up of three themed weeks. Prophoni (preannouncement of the … Continue reading Beef Liver & Heart Souvlaki
Keto “Ravioli” with Ground Beef and Parmesan Cheese
I have been googling how to recreate one of my favorite things, which is ravioli. And for someone following a ketogenic or even a low carb lifestyle, the real deal is not on the menu! Of course that doesn’t mean that you should never enjoy it in its authentic form ever again! However, if you … Continue reading Keto “Ravioli” with Ground Beef and Parmesan Cheese
Seared and Roasted Top Sirloin Cap – Picanha
Top Sirloin Cap, also known as Picanha or Culotte steak. This is cut from the very best part of the sirloin is lean and flavorful . The cap is from an outer layer of fat. Top Sirloin Cap, pan seared and oven roasted It can be cooked on the grill, cut into kebabs, oven roasted. … Continue reading Seared and Roasted Top Sirloin Cap – Picanha
Oven Roasted Tri Tip
I have always loved beef. My mother even said that even as a baby, with my first little teeth, I would chew like a rabbit on any kind of beef. I always look for grass-fed beef cuts. I usually marinate my tri trip overnight. Juicy & delicious! Grass-fed Beef 🥩 Tri Tip. 1 tsp olive … Continue reading Oven Roasted Tri Tip
Cheesy Chili Bowls with a Cauliflower Secret! Shhh!!!
My husband loves chili! And I tend to make it twice a month. Because it’s such a hearty, meaty meal, I sometimes like to sneak in some boiled cauliflower in there to add in a vegetable. I use a package of both ground beef and pork sausage for layers of flavor. The pork does release … Continue reading Cheesy Chili Bowls with a Cauliflower Secret! Shhh!!!