I call this version of a roast beef sandwich an RBC Roll because when you cut it into small pieces, it resembles a sushi roll — which makes it a great option for lunch, snacking, or serving as an hors d’oeuvre. The cucumber is intended to resemble a wedge of cucumber you’d see in a sushi roll. To cut it, just trim the ends, then cut it in half lengthwise. Cut those halves in half again. If the cucumber was thick, halve them one more time. Reserve any leftovers for munching or for another recipe.
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The "drowned sandwich" is a Mexican favorite. It’s got just the right amount of kick, but some like it hot, so this is the perfect sandwich to go as spicy as you please. Move over French dip, here comes something spicier!
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Thin slices of rare beef and a river of golden gravy is a kitchen essential. This less traditional method of roasting is my default. The lower temperature makes for supremely tender meat and elevates lesser cuts of meat, making it great for bottom round as well as the sirloin suggested here, which is for more of a special treat. — Anne Bell, Low Carb Revolution : Comfort Eating for Good Health.
When entertaining, I love roasting a beef tenderloin. This is great for holidays but we love to enjoy for summer entertaining. There is something about a beef tenderloin that brings many smiles. This is also a great paleo recipe and gluten-free — or just an amazing recipe to share with your family and friends.
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Among their many qualities, spirits have the ability to preserve, historically a powerful tool in preparing for the oncoming winter. This dish is traditionally Scandinavian and would use vodka, so for this preparation I used some Latin flavors and seared the meat to match the complexity of the Tequila Don Julio Reposado.This recipe is courtesy of chef Daniel Sharp.
This dish is one of my dad’s favorites. My mom used to make it for him in the summertime. I can still remember the slurping noises at the dinner table when naeng-myeon was served. These totally addictive cold noodles are from the North of Korea, where my dad is from, so this is a dish dear to his heart. Korean naeng-myeon noodles are the best, as they contain sweet potato and buckwheat that gives them a great springy texture. They are also thinner than regular buckwheat noodles, which make them perfect for slurping. The “salad” that I developed that goes on top is a total crowd pleaser. Make more to serve on the side, if you like. — Judy Joo, host of Cooking Channel’s new series Korean Food Made Simple
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This high-protein, high-fiber, open-faced sandwich goes easy on the carbs, which makes it a lunchtime go-to if you're looking to slim down or stay lean.
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Well, it doesn't get any easier than this. Roast beef and Cheddar are a classic combination. I guess you could call this a healthy version since it uses whole-grain bread and sprouts. Feel free to substitute whatever greens you like.
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