Spring Into Beef!

Spring is finally in the air! Calves are being born, animals are shedding their winter coat, and in Wyoming-the snow melts within a few days of the storm! Spring is by far my favorite season. I just love how the world comes to life, and green grass and leaves appear! It almost makes enduring months of snowy, blustery weather worth it.

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As soon as it warms up, the hair starts flying!

 

One of my favorite parts of spring is the flavors. Some of my favorite vegetables to pair with beef are suddenly in season! It’s a fun way to avoid monotony in your meals.

Here are some delicious recipes to help you spring into beef!

  • Beef & Asparagus Pasta Toss:circles Ready in just thirty minutes, you can have a colorful meal ready to eat! This recipe is a great way to utilize ground beef. Ground beef should always be cooked to 160°F. Color is not a reliable way to ensure doneness.
    Want more information on handling ground beef? Check this page out.
    Did you forgot to thaw your ground beef before deciding to cook it for dinner, have no fear! The video below shows how to have recipe ready ground beef in just a few minutes.

     

  • IMG_7564Steak, Green Bean and Tomato Salad: To me, nothing says spring quite like a salad mixed with a variety of fresh vegetables. This recipe is great because it incorporates several different fresh vegetables into it. Although recipes are nice to follow, it can be fun to mix it up and add your own flair to it! Everyone has different tastes, so you can adapt the recipe to your preferences. This recipe is also super quick, and is done in 30-35 minutes.
  • Spring is a great time to fire up the grills! It’s finally warm enough to comfortably grill outside! Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner has a great recipe collection for grilling beef. With the baseball season underway, I can’t think of a better pairing than beef and baseball. Check out this recipe for Grilled Onion Cheeseburgers that are sure to please!

Spring into beef today! Happy Meaty Monday.

Rachel Purdy
Princess Farmer

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