Tag Archives: Grass Fed

Cottage Pie

I made my first cottage pie in 2005 when I was 21 for my boyfriend (now husband,) Martyn. It is his favorite meal from back home in England. I used a bag of ‘shepard’s pie’ seasoning, ground beef, and potatoes. … Continue reading

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Back-Blogged! A culinary journey through the UK! Beef Wellington and a note on Grass fed vs Grain fed beef

  We spent our Christmas holiday in the UK this year visiting family and friends. While there, I decided to check out the differences in our food systems and explore whether or not big-agro companies had the same influence in … Continue reading

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Short Rib Ragu Lasagna

This recipe is adapted from Bon Appetit Magazine. It is a show stopper and makes for a hearty fall/winter dish. It is awesome after a hike on a crisp fall afternoon. This lasagna has two layers; a beef ragu layer … Continue reading

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Lemon and Dill Compound Butter

Making a compound butter is a great way of preserving some of those summer flavors to be used later in fall. I picked up my CSA today and there was a ton of Dill. I decided to throw it into … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Beef Stew

Homemade Pappardelle is NOTHING without it’s BFF, Beef Stew. I have been making Beef Stew for years. It is such a nice way to use up a ton of vegetables and it fills the house with the best aroma! I … Continue reading

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