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Recipe Title: Beef Liver & Onions
Product Used: Ground Beef
Submitted by: Willie from Chino Valley
2 lb Beef Liver
2 Onion (sliced)
4 Tbsp Butter (divided)
2 cup Flour
1 Tbsp Salt
Liver is one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet, with significant amounts of iron, riboflavin, vitamin B12, vitamin A, and copper. Liver is also very high in protein. Iron helps the body to create red blood cells and keeps your blood healthy. Eating a single serving of liver can help you meet your daily recommended amount of most of these vitamins and minerals, reducing your risk of nutrient deficiency.

Recipe Title: Beef Brisket
Product Used: Roasts
Submitted by: Mike Holbrook from Prescott
6 pounds beef brisket point cut with a ½-inch fat cap
Kosher salt, Freshly ground black pepper, Garlic powder, Celery powder, Onion powder
8 ounces BBQ sauce click for our favorite
½ bottle Liquid Smoke
2 cups Beef Better Than Bullion
Remove any silverskin (white film on meat) and trim the fat cap to ½-inch.
Line a large baking pan (I use a lasagna pan) with foil. Spray the foil with nonstick cooking spray.
Place the brisket in the foil-lined pan and generously sprinkle all sides with each seasoning.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the BBQ sauce and Liquid Smoke.
Pour the BBQ sauce/Liquid Smoke mixture over the brisket. Pour the Beef Better Than Bullion around the brisket but not on top. Cover the brisket with foil and refrigerate 8-24 hours.
Remove the brisket from the fridge 30 minutes before cooking.
Heat the oven to 275°F and set the oven rack to the middle position.
Set the foil-covered pan of brisket in the oven and cook 5 hours.
Check the internal temperature of the brisket. The brisket is done when the temperature registers 200°F. You should be able to lift the brisket in the middle, with tongs, without the brisket breaking.
If the internal temperature doesn’t register at 200°F, then place it back in the oven (covered) and retest every ½ hour.
Once the brisket reaches the desired temperature, transfer it to a cooling rack, open the foil (to let the steam vent) and let it cool at least 30 minutes before slicing.
After 30 minutes, transfer the brisket to a cutting board to slice and discard the cooking liquid.

Recipe Title: Fillet
Product Used: Steaks
Submitted by: Miranda from Chino Valley
2 tbls butter
1 tsp minced garlic
fresh parsley
salt pepper ( to taste)
season steak with salt and pepper
heat pan
sear steak on all sides
leaving steak in pan melt butter into pan with garlic and fresh parsle, baste steak with butter mixture until cooked to your liking
rest 4-8 minutes

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