Tender beef round roast is marinated in a mixture of beer, brown sugar, and dijon mustard for 12 hours then roasted in a slow oven until it’s just right. Tender, juicy, and full of flavor – this is a nice change from those turkey leftovers! For this recipe you’ll need: 3 pounds bottom sirloin roast (I used beef round roast), dark beer, Dijon mustard, teriyaki sauce, brown sugar, seasoned salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and guijillo peppers (because I love their flavor!)
This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Macyâ€™s; however, all thoughts and opinions are my ownThis blueberry cream cheese coffee cake recipe is more than just a delicious brunch recipe. It represents every Thanksgiving morning of my childhood, all of the aromas that wafted through the house, and my memories of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Sausage cheese balls are a Southern classic – an easy appetizer recipe that is perfect to take to holiday parties and potlucks. They are generally served with a dip and for these sausage balls I’ve chosenÂ Heluva Good! French Onion Dip.Â This post was sponsored by Heluva Good! as part of an Ambassador Program and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. For this recipe you’ll need: bulk breadfast sausage (sage or spicy), a biscuit baking mix, Cheddar cheese,Â Heluva Good!
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Selecting a term
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