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    Topic: Flank Steak

    Slow Cooker Ropa Vieja
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on September 29, 2018

    The slow cooker is one of our favorite cold-weather appliances. It’s great for making hearty chili and melt-in-your-mouth pot roast - two of our favorite fall meals. But if you’re looking for new recipes and want take a break from the slow cooker...

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    Slow Cooker Carne Asada
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on September 11, 2018

    Summer is over and you’re probably starting to switch things up in the kitchen, menu-wise. If you spent the last few months standing by the grill, making homemade ice cream, or enjoying frozen cocktails at happy hour, it’s time to get ready for...

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    Sheet Pan Mongolian Beef
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on January 11, 2018

    You’ve probably tried Mongolian beef at your favorite Chinese restaurant - and if you haven’t,  you’re missing out. While takeout always seems like a good idea, this tasty beef dish is easy to make at home  - on a sheet pan. What could be easier...

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    Father’s Day Flank Steak with Pesto
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on June 17, 2016

    What would dad like more than to spend a little quiet time time by the grill with an ice-cold beer in hand on Father’s Day? Let dad handle the flank steak (refilling his beer as needed, of course) while everyone else helps set the table and makes...

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    Slow Cooker Beef with Broccoli
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on September 9, 2015

    Everyone loves takeout, and of course, delivery is even better. But the thing that trumps them all? Having dinner ready within minutes of walking through the door, of course. Strips of flank steak marinate while they cook in a delicious sauce....

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    Grilled Marinated London Broil
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on July 8, 2015

    Despite being named after the famous city, the London Broil is completely unknown in England. Instead, this dish is popular in the United States. To make matters even more confusing, the name refers to a style of cooking and not even to a cut of...

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