Beef Roasts

Juicy, slow-simmered beef roasts are the quintessential comfort food. Evoking fond memories and a sense of nostalgia, the succulent scent alone will lure your family to the dinner table. Pot roast is the classic, of course, but there are countless variations to try -- from traditional roasts to ethnic and fruit-infused meats -- in our collection of family-favorite recipes. When something a bit more special is in order, turn to the step-by-step guides on preparing prime rib and roasting beef. These informative guides walk you through each step, from buying and prepping to cooking and carving, for superb meat dishes that will wow a crowd. If you've ever been stymied by what to do with a particular cut of beef, try our interactive roasting guide. Simply enter your cut of beef and its weight to get individually tailored roasting instructions. For more beef roast inspiration, check out the one-dish recipes that help minimize cleanup, too.

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American Classics: Pot Roast

Careful seasoning and better browning are the best ways to make traditional pot roast even better. American cooking guru Scott Peacock shares his secrets for this family favorite.

French Fondue, Beef, and Wine Entertaining Menu

The beauty of a stew is that it can be frozen and stored for up to a month. This menu capitalizes on that concept, and uses the freezer for other items as well. Be sure to put the wax paper between the crepes for freezing: it makes them much easier to separate when thawed. Make the fondue and have your guests help themselves for the first course: you could even serve it in the kitchen while you're getting the last of dinner prepared.

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Winter Pot Roast Dinner

Make weeknight dinner fast and easy. Here's a main course recipe and three suggestions for rounding it out into a complete meal. Find out how to effortlessly dress up starters, sides, and desserts to fit the meal's main course.