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Company’s coming. How large a roast do I need to buy?
Not enough juices for making gravy – now what?
How do I cook up a big Oven Roast – one that weighs 4 to 5 kg (9 to 11 lb)?
How can I tell when my Oven Roast is done?
Why do you need to carve roast beef across the grain? What does that mean anyway?
Is it ok to cook a roast from frozen?
Roast beef’s too rare for Aunt Minnie – now what?
Standing at the meat counter – what roast do I buy?
Barbecued steak is one of my favourite summer treats but I struggle with how to fit it into a balanced meal...
What are rotisserie roasts? How can I cook one if I don't have a fancy barbecue with a rotisserie?
What's the best way to know the steaks are done the way we like them?
I've heard that you need to cook burgers thoroughly on the grill. How do I do this without getting hockey-pucks?
I haven't used my slow cooker much in the past. Do you have some tips for cooking beef in the slow cooker?
With fall's shorter days, I'm beginning to feel a bit burnt out. Any ideas on how to eat better to get the energy boost I need?
I prepare packed lunches for the kids every day to take to school. With hours before they get to eat, how can I make sure their lunches are safe to eat?
We have some picky eaters in our family. Do you have any tips to help?
I've been hearing a lot about nutrient-rich foods - What does that mean?
What's the best way to re-heat leftover roast beef?
My son's heading off to university, making his own meals for the first time. Have you got any words of wisdom on preparing food safely?
I've heard that beef is an excellent source of vitamin B12. What does B12 do?
I've made a New Year's resolution to make healthier meals for the family – is there a simple way to pick nutritious foods? How can beef fit into this plan?
What's the best way to cook Prime Rib?
What's the difference between a Pot Roast, Oven Roast or Premium Oven Roast? I am so confused - isn't a roast a roast?
Since I want to reduce the fat in my cooking, do I need to switch to ground chicken or turkey? Is ground chicken leaner than ground beef?
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