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    Multiple free cookbooks and PDF books

    List of ones you can order:

    Make it Beef Great Expectations Volume 10 Issue 2
    Perfect Roast Beef
    Clever Casseroles
    Make it Beef Double Up Dinners
    Beef 101
    Supper Shortcuts
    Make it Beef Hosting the Holidays Volume 09, Issue 4
    Make it Beef-Best Beef on the Grill
    Burger Basics and more...
    Canadian Beef -- Quality that Inspires Confidence
    Canadian Beef Goodness in Every Bite
    Canadian Ground Beef for Goodness Sake
    Food Safety at Home
    Make it Beef Vol 10 Issue 1 Steak Issue
    Make it Beef: Canadian Beef Summer Grilling; Volume 09 Issue 2
    Naturally Nutrient Rich
    Roast Beef Cooking Lessons: Slow-simmer Pot Roast


    http://ordercentre.beefinfo.org/ca/e...r/default.aspx


    All cookbooks can be downloaded as PDF's also.
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    thanks!

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    thanks

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    Thanks for the post! I ordered a couple. I'm a cookbook junkie!

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    Thank you so much

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    Cool! Thank you!
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    Thanks! I always love cookbooks!

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    thank you

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    Thanks.

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    Thanks OP.
    Ordered 2 books.

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    Just got all the "books" I ordered.
    They're more booklets than cookbooks, most of these books are around 10-20 pages.

    Besides that, they seems like some good recipes.

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    These are perfect booklets to start off a new cooker in the family. I received everything I had asked for; it was a nice package full of goodies.

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    I am not a beef lover but eat it if there is something really tasty. Above recipes seem really tasty so I am considering it. Beef liver is a good protein source and one of the best food for boosting up the fresh blood production in our body.
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    Delicious Restaurant style beef recipe is given below:

    Ingredients:

    Beef- 2.2 lb
    Fragrant Jasmine Rice or Basmati rice- 1.1 lb
    Grated Ginger and garlic - 2 Tbs each.
    Onion paste- 2 Tbs
    Onion (chopped)-1 cup
    Plain yogurt- 1 Tbs
    Cumin powder-2 teaspoon
    Red chili powder- 1/2 ts
    Black pepper powder-1/2 ts
    Green chili- 3 pieces
    Cardamon-2 piece
    Cinnamon powder- 2 teaspoon
    Clove- 2 piece
    Sugar- 1/2 Tbs
    Milk-1 cup
    Oil- 2/3 cup
    Salt-2 teaspoon
    Water-3 cup

    Cooking steps:

    1. Cut beef to a small size like 1 inch cube, clean and wash it well and keep to drain water for 5 minute.
    2. Take beef in a bowl and add yogurt, grated ginger, garlic, onion, cumin, red chili,black pepper, 2 piece green chili and 1 ts salt, and mix it well.
    3. Pour oil in the pressure cooker and heat it to a medium heat. Add cardamom, cinnamon, clove and chopped onion and fry until onion turns to golden brown color.
    4. Add marinated beef and stir well. Stir it occasionally until oil start to separate from meat. Add 1/2 cup of water and bring it to a boil, then close the lid and keep it to medium heat for almost 10-12 minutes.
    5. Then take out the pressure cooker from the heat to go down the pressure.
    6. Now take a medium large pan, pour 3 cup of water and bring it to a boil. Then add milk, 1 ts salt, sugar, washed rice and rest of the green chili. Then cover it.
    7. Make rice 50% done, then add all the cooked beef with gravy, mix well. Turn the heat to medium low and cover the pan with lid for 5 minute. Then stir the rice again carefully, cover, and turn the heat to low. Try to use lid without any hole and cover the pan well.
    8. Wait 25/30 minutes, then take out the pan from heat. Uncover it, mix carefully and then spread some fried onion on top of it. Now serve hot.
    Last edited by canucks1; Fri, Apr 19th, 2013 at 12:38 AM.

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