When my Sis & I were kids back in Iowa and way back about 40 to 45 years ago, Hamburgers au Poivre was a huge favorite at our house. My Mom had this recipe on rotation for a while, and there’s good reason!
Old School Beef Tips & Gravy are the kind of down-home comfort food that’s perfect for a dreary Spring day! Actually, they’re perfect just about anytime.
I miss my little Iowa hometown still, even though I haven’t lived there for ages, and even though I’m starting to get comfortable with Georgia. And one of the things I miss most (beside friends and family) is some of the classic Midwestern food favorites. And of those favorites, I especially miss the humble Hot Roast Beef Sandwich.
If you’ve ever had burnt ends at a bbq joint (or at home if you can invest the hours and hours), real smoked burnt ends made from brisket, you gotta know there’s not much better! Probably the only thing better would be having more of them and having them more often! That’s where this cheaper knock-off, Poor Man’s Burnt Ends comes in.
Too often when we think of Kansas City, it’s all about the ribs but those in the City know not to stop there. You’ll find KC barbecue using a wide variety of meats and here’s a little rub that will still be great with ribs (or pork shoulder) but I think really shines with beef. I’m calling it Kansas City Beef Rub, but stay tuned – my next recipe is going to use it.