To Beef With Love

Through their own unique culinary approach, our Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. friends – including food bloggers, restauranteurs, nutritionists and even beef farmers and ranchers – pay loving homage to beef with these delicious yet simple-to-execute recipes.

Conceived by rancher and blogger, Val Wagner, this lasagna recipe uses cottage cheese for an unexpected twist to simplify this classic dish.

Developed with blogger, Lauren's Latest, this salad is a treat for all the senses. Colorful, crunchy toppings join grilled Top Sirloin Steak on a bed of greens for a taste sensation.

Conceived by rancher and blogger, Debbie Lyons-Blythe, this recipe is expertly tested while staying true to those homespun flavors.

Slices of cucumber are topped with beef Strip Steak, herbed cream cheese and a spicy Asian Sauce. This Beef. It's What's For Dinner. recipe is certified by the American Heart Association®.

Conceived by cattle farmer and blogger, Anne Burkholder, this meatloaf is different than the rest with an unexpected twist of herb stuffing mix and tomatoes on the inside.

Conceived by rancher and blogger, Terryn Drieling, this recipe is as good as is sounds. Green herbs provide more flavor to this roast that is sure to satisfy any hungry family.

Conceived by food blogger Isabel Reis Laessig, this roasted potato and skillet-cooked steak platter is dressed with a spicy chorizo sauce before serving. Bring on the heat!

Conceived by rancher and blogger, Cassidy Johnston, this down-home pasta dish is full of flavor and chock-full of spring vegetables.

Conceived by former food blogger Renee Dobbs, this burger uses flavorful spices and couscous in its patty and is topped with a Greek yogurt and cucumber sauce. This burger brings Mediterranean flavors to life

Less muss and less fuss, but still oh-so-satisfying. Blend all the basics—Ground Beef, zucchini, pasta, sauce and cheese—in a single pot, then finish in the oven. Recipe developed by Oh Sweet Basil and The Beef Checkoff