Friday, November 11, 2011

Make Mine Beef: Katrina Huffstutler

Morning ladies! I think you're really going like this next feature. We need some recipe gals, and I recently snatched a great recipe mini taco pizzas from her site. I thought you ladies would also enjoy hearing from her, so we invited her over.  We are a beef producing family, and defiantly meat eaters. If you are too, go visit her often and "Make yours Beef"!

Blogging from Make Mine Beef: Katrina Huffstutler

For those of you reading my words for the first time thanks to Rural Women Rock, I should probably get something straight.

I’m not a real foodie.

That’s the beauty of the blogosphere. Anyone — and I mean anyone — can have a food blog. There’s no test to pass (Based on the Friends episode “The One with the Cooking Class”, I can only imagine if that test did exist, it would involve questions like, “What is the difference between a BĂ©arnaise sauce and Hollandaise sauce?” But I digress...) and no fee to pay.

Lucky for me, because I’m basically an impostor.

I’m just a girl who loves food, and really believes in beef.

As a writer for a cattle industry publication, I have a backstage pass of sorts when it comes to beef production, and I’m continually thankful I get to work with and for the men and women who feed the world. Not only are they some of the smartest people I’ve ever met, their dedication to animal care, the environment and food safety are obvious in everything they do. I also know as Americans, we have access to the safest and most abundant food supply on the planet — and beef is a big part of that. It’s a wholesome, nutritious and delicious addition to any diet.

And so I started Make Mine Beef. It’s a place where I share recipes, tips and a general love for all things food.

While I can’t promise you’ll get anything at all from my ramblings, my hope is you might find a recipe you’d like to try or learn what to do with that mysterious cut of beef you’ve been eying in the grocery store.

Here are a few of my favorite posts:

For more, I’d love for you to stop by my blog or like it at Fellow Rural Women, thanks for inviting me into your world this Friday morning. Have a great weekend!


  1. I'm always looking for new recipes, especially beef! I feel totally inadequate when it comes to cooking meat. Thanks Katrina! I'm happy to see you on Rural Women Rock.

  2. I hope I can help! Thanks so much for the sweet comment - I'm glad to be here. :)

  3. Now I know where the beef is! Thanks, Katrina.

  4. Katrina (and her awesome blog) ROCK! ;)