Hello, all! So, what do you do when you're just starting out cooking something new. Maybe you're venturing into a new style of cooking by trying out some of the venerable Julia Child's classic recipes. Maybe you want to embark on learning how to replicate a different ethnic/cultural cuisine, like, say Indian cookery. Maybe you just haven't done much cooking & want to get your toes wet, so to speak.
Or maybe you're a vegetarian, but you are raising a couple of omnivores and want a little help with some simple/basic meat dishes. :)
So, to help a friend out, let hear some of your quick and/or easy and/or basic recipes with meat. We're not looking for those elaborate, impress-the-guests recipes this time around (but feel free to post them, or any other recipe, anytime, regardless of current theme!), but more accessible ones.
If you've got recipes/ideas that are easily accomplished as meated/meat-free (like, say, cooking up a steak, slicing it, and serving it as part of a make-your-own-fajitas buffet along with sauteed onions & peppers, cheese (dairy & non?), etc.), here's a special plea to post those! Simple ideas that you don't think warrant their own post can certainly go in the comments section here.
Thanks much, Recipeeples!!!
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