Holiday

A Gift to Remember

Make beef the center of your holiday celebration this year. Let the savory aroma of a holiday roast wrap itself around you and give your family a gift they'll ask for every year. Or maybe every night.

Holiday Recipes

Holiday Dinner

classic holiday dinners

Make your dinner a celebration to look forward to this holiday season. For Hanukkah or Christmas dinner, stick with delicious classics like Prime Rib, Beef Wellington or a savory Brisket.

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Beef Breakfast Sausage and Goat Cheese Egg Bake

brunch recipes

Pull up a chair and start the holidays with these great brunch recipes.

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Mini Merry Meatballs

Holiday appetizers

The hardest part with these appetizer recipes is saving enough room for the main course.

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Beef Stuffing with Apples & Cranberries

beefy side dishes

What goes great with a beef dinner? More beef on the side. 

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Cuts for the wish list

Check out some of the country's favorite and most popular beef cuts for the holiday season.

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ribeye roast (Prime RIb)

The Prime Rib, the classic holiday roast. With its rich, beefy flavor, you can’t go wrong.

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Tenderloin Roast

tenderloin roast

This roast is lean, succulent and full of great flavor. 

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Strip Loin Roast

Strip Roast

This centerpiece roast is juicy, tender and full of flavor. 

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Prime Rib Holiday

Expert Tips for a HOliday Roast

A beautiful beef roast is a feast for the eyes and the stomach, sure to impress guests of all ages. With a few expert tips and tricks, you'll be sure to serve a perfectly cooked roast packed full of flavor.

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holiday cooking Tips

Oven roasting basics

Don’t stress over the cooking and spend more time with your guests by oven roasting. This simple cooking method uses a lower temperature over a longer period of time, allowing you to "set it and forget it."

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Parmesan-Crusted Strip Roast

oven roasting cooking times

Find the recommended oven roasting times for the some of the most popular beef cuts this holiday season. With these guidelines and an instant read thermometer, you'll have a nicely done roast every time.

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Smoked Herb Rib Roast

CUTTING PRIME RIB

The most important tool for properly carving your roast is a sharp knife — be safe! If you're using a meat fork, don't pierce the roast to hold it in place. Use the back of the fork instead (tongs work great, too). If you have a rib roast, cut each slice along the rib bone. Always cut across the grain for maximum tenderness.

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More Holiday videos

Worth Waiting For

Let the savory aroma of a holiday Beef Brisket wrap itself around you and remind you that it’s worth the wait.

'Tis the Season

Keep it simple this holiday season with family and friends. Maybe add in some salt, pepper, and a Rib Roast. 

Drool Log - ‘Twas The Night Before Beefmas

This new spin on a holiday classic is something you can really feast your eyes on. And your stomachs.

Meatitation

With all the cooking and entertaining, don’t forget to slow down and savor the holidays.