Tony Romo makes Father’s Day good with beef recipes and tips. It’s What’s For Dinner.

Tony Romo makes Father's Day good with beef recipes and tips.  It's What's For Dinner.

Whether Dad is spending the day at home or taking the family on an outdoor adventure, there’s something for everyone

DENVERJune 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Former soccer star Tony Romo has entered into a partnership with the Beef. It’s what you’re going to eat† brand, funded by the Beef Checkoff, to bring you the ultimate Father’s Day game plan – a weekend of delicious beef recipes. Classic smoked beef brisket Romo’s go-to dish. Low and slow cooking all day provides plenty of time for family and relaxation and his wife and three little boys all love it too! Sliced ​​or shredded, this recipe is the perfect centerpiece to a traditional barbecue meal. Kids want burgers? No problem, Brisket is also a great burger topper.

Tony Romo as spokesperson for Beef.  It's What's For Dinner.

Tony Romo as spokesperson for Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.

As a bonus, you can turn leftovers into brisket tacos, a brisket BBQ pizza, or even Smoked Beef Breast Benedict the next morning to continue the party. This Tony-approved recipe is a staple for any memorable Father’s Day gathering.

Instead of firing up the lawnmower early in the morning or finally getting into that home improvement project, let your dad sit back and relax by serving it up. BBQ Beef Biscuit Sliders† This recipe combines Tri-Tip Roast with barbecue sauce, slaw, and savory biscuits, making it the ultimate breakfast, brunch, or lunch recipe to prep Dad for whatever activities the family has planned. If you don’t have a Tri-Tip, Brisket is another great option for this recipe.

If a weekend adventure is planned, a fishing trip to the lake or one of these Foil package Beef and Vegetable meal is an easy crowd puller after a day of activities. Using shredded beef or steak that you can prepare ahead of time, along with beef sausage and your choice of veggies, this hassle-free recipe is quick to get on the grill and requires almost no cleanup.

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About the Beef Checkoff

The Beef Checkoff Program was established as part of the Farm Bill of 1985. The Checkoff assesses $1 per capita on sales of live domestic and imported livestock, in addition to a comparable assessment of imported beef and beef products. States are allowed a maximum of 50 cents on the dollar and forward the other 50 cents per capita to the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board, which administers the national control program, subject to USDA approval.

About NCBA, a Contractor to the Beef Checkoff

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is a contractor for the Beef Checkoff program. The Beef Checkoff Program is administered by the Cattlemen’s Beef Board, overseen by the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Checkoff funded by the Beef Checkoff logo (PRNewsfoto/National Cattlemen's Beef Association)Checkoff funded by the Beef Checkoff logo (PRNewsfoto/National Cattlemen's Beef Association)

Checkoff funded by the Beef Checkoff logo (PRNewsfoto/National Cattlemen’s Beef Association)



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