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CELEBRATE WITH BEEF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
For many families, the holiday season may look a little different. But no matter what your plans may be or how you slice it, beef will make your holiday dinner feel special this year. Check out the Beef Holiday Hub to learn how to beef up your holiday season. The list below is primed with inspiration as we head into the most wonderful time of the year.
  • Drool Log: Listen to the crackle of the Drool Log on your screen and experience the delicious taste of your own Drool Log roasting in the oven.
  • Holiday Recipes: Make your dinner a celebration to look forward to this holiday season. For Hanukkah or Christmas dinner, stick with delicious classics that double as leftovers the next day.
  • Cuts for the Wish List: Check out some of the most popular beef cuts for the holiday season, including prime rib, tenderloin roast and strip roast.
  • Holiday Cooking Tips: Elevate your dinner game by creating a DIY roasting rack and getting back down to the basics – the roasting basics and cutting into that juicy prime rib, that is. 
BALANCE YOUR PLATE WITH BEEF
MICHIGAN BEEF HOLIDAY RECIPES: Two local registered dietitian nutritionists and food bloggers created holiday recipes with your family in mind. See below!
40 Cloves of Garlic Beef Roast

40 Cloves of Garlic Beef Roast from Mom to Mom Nutrition is elegant enough for a holiday dinner, yet simple enough for a budget-friendly weeknight meal. All you need is a few ingredients and a little time.

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Beef Marsala Roast

Beef Marsala Roast from The Nutritionist Reviews features a delicious eye of round roast with a flavorful marsala wine sauce with mushrooms, onions and garlic.

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LEARN WITH BEEF: FREE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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Defining Strength: Exploring the Evidence for Strength as a Measure of Health Across the Lifespan

Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, FAND, Nicholas Burd, PhD and Heather Leidy, PhD examine the science behind novel markers of strength – such as hand grip strength – that dietitians can use to measure health status across the lifespan. The speakers address the role of nutrition in optimizing personal health and wellness, providing evidence-based research and tools that can be incorporated into dietetic practice. If you watched our session during FNCE, you already have seen a sneak preview of what’s to come with this session! Continuing education credit has been submitted for registered dietitians (CDR) and fitness professionals (ACSM). This webinar will is recorded and a link to view the recorded version is available on our
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BEEF BUZZ: KATIE SERBINSKI WITH MICHIGAN BEEF

My name is Katie Serbinski and I am the Director of Nutrition and Consumer Communications for The Michigan Beef Industry Commission. I am also the Mom, registered dietitian nutritionist, and nutrition communications expert [aka blogger] behind Mom to Mom Nutrition, LLC. I write about all thing’s food, nutrition, and family-related, reaching my loyal community of readers each month.

I am constantly looking for opportunities to partner with organizations and individuals to not only share the latest research regarding beef and health but to assist organizations and individuals with their goals as it pertains to improving the health and well-being of Michiganders. That often looks like collaborating on social marketing campaigns, customizing media content, or providing educational opportunities for special events, conferences, and more.

Questions? Partnership ideas or inquiries? Email me at kserbinski@mibeef.org. Follow me on social media below! 

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ABOUT THE MICHIGAN BEEF INDUSTRY COMMISSION
The Michigan Beef Industry Commission builds demand for beef products by growing consumer trust and promoting beef’s value; thereby enhancing opportunities for all segments of the beef industry. The Michigan Beef Industry Commission, the Beef Promotion and Research Board and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, are all working together in a coordinated state/national effort to promote beef and veal products in order to hold market share and increase the demand for beef and veal.
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