Glazed Meatloaf

Cajun seasoning and dry minced onion are the secret to meatloaf with a little kick to complement the sweet glaze.

Grilled Hamburgers

Fresh grilled burgers are a sure sign of good weather and daylight savings time! With the sun setting later, there is time to get outside and enjoy the evening while avoiding heating up the kitchen. No grill? No problem. Burgers cooked on the stovetop are also delicious! I like to use a cast iron skillet […]

Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches

This is a delicious and easy way to use use leftover roast beef.

Roast Beef with Potatoes and Carrots

Roast Beef with Carrots and Potatoes is easy comfort food in the crockpot. 10 minutes in the morning and a delicious meal is ready when you are.

Easy Cheeseburger Pie

Easy Cheeseburger Pie is an easy one dish meal that can be adjusted to a variety of flavors. Add Montreal Steak Seasoning for a punch of garlic and black pepper, or serve it with salsa, sour cream, and fresh cilantro for a southwestern flavor. I like to play around with various cheese for variety; Monterey Jack or Irish cheddar would give completely different flavors.

Grilled Bratwursts

I like to use meals like Grilled Brats as an opportunity to stock up on cooked onions and peppers for the freezer. Starting the brats on the stovetop makes them more flavorful, but if you prefer to minimize cleanup grilling them is fine.

Carne Asada Tortas

Carne asada is a delicious sliced grilled beef made with spices to marinate the meat before grilling. A torta is a Mexican sandwich usually served on a bolillo roll, a savory white roll that is crusty on the outside. We used a softer sandwich bun when we made our tortas, but you can look for […]

Barbecue Meatball Sliders

Hawaiian sweet rolls, meatballs, cheese, and sautéed onions along with chopped crispy turkey bacon combine to make these tasty sliders that can be prepared as a main dish or an appetizer.

Beef and Beans

Prepared on the stovetop, if you have cooked ground beef and onion in your freezer stock this can be made with virtually no prep. If not, you’ll need to brown the ground beef and onion first, but it is still and easy stovetop meal.

Cornbread Burger Bake

I often add a half can of corn to my cornbread for a punch of flavor and texture, and a similar idea is used here by adding creamed corn to the topping made from cornbread batter. It takes next to no time to make this simple but tasty ground beef casserole if you start with cooked ground beef, onions, and peppers from the freezer—just mix the chili powder in and place in the casserole dish with the other layers.

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