No matter the setting, no matter the holiday, beef is always there to elevate the time you share with others. So this holiday season, take your beef game to the next level with Tony Romo's Holiday Playbook. Find delicious beef recipes for every occasion from quick-and-easy weeknight meals to tried-and-true classic holiday dinners.
When it comes to the holidays, it's hard to beat the classics. Enjoy some classic holiday beef dishes for the whole family, no matter how big or small.
Tony's Call: "The Romo family loves beef. We like to gather with our friends and family, come together, enjoy our time and a hearty beef dish does just that."
The entire holiday season can be hectic, so I like to turn to these Two-Minute Drill recipes. I know they work in a crunch and deliver unbeatable results for those weeknight holiday dinners.
Whether it's a holiday dinner, a holiday party or a football game, you have to get off to a strong start. These recipes are my go-to appetizers for getting things kicked off during the holiday season.
Get things kicked off properly with these Holiday Mini Beef Meatball Skewers. Serve with a Cranberry Barbecue Sauce for an additional holiday flair.
These appetizer recipes from my new commercial spots are so good you may need to replay them over and over.
Tony's Call: "I’m still thinking about the Beef Crostinis I had at a holiday event last year."
All holiday classics were once something new, and these new recipes will be the classics by the time the meal is over. So call an audible and go with your next family favorite.
This Strip Roast recipe just screams "Holiday Dinner". With red wine sauce and green peppercorns, even the ingredients are festive.
We've already scored with a delicious beef recipe. Now let's go for the extra point with some leftovers. But don't worry, with these recipes the kick is always good.
Tony's Call: "My favorite way to use leftovers? How about leftover dinner for breakfast?"
There's nothing better than a warm, cozy comfort dish during the holiday season. On these plays, we're going to slow it down and savor the season.
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.