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Braised Tender Beef Tips and Mushroom Gravy, Collard Valley Cooks. CVC cooks up a tender delicious and easy meal using a London Broil. Cook along with Tammy as she cooks the beef tips low and slow in her Masterclass Braiser on the stove top then used the juices to make a delicious mushroom gravy. This is a great meal to cook ahead for later in the week.
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Hey yall!, it’s Tammy with Collard Valley Cooks! I am a southern girl born in raised in Collard Valley in Polk County Georgia. My entire (Benefield) family had around 150 acres and we mostly raised cattle. We raised our own corn for feed so it was field corn. We also raised our own hogs for sausage and bacon, and of course our own beef. We fed our bulls seed before sending them to the butcher so the meat would be delicious. Not sure why everyone wants grass fed beef and free-range chickens. They really do not taste as good as those fed with feed. We had a large family and when I was young all of daddy’s brothers and sisters lived in the valley around his parents. It was a great place to grow up with lots of things to see and do all around. Country people like us love the smell, beauty and fruit of the land. Daddy coon hunted for fun, and we watched our tv together in the living room at night while mama watched her soap operas during the day. We went to church on Sunday, school during the week, the grocery store on Friday’s and that was our life. No vacations, no camping, just plain old southern country people

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Scott Harris says:

Tammy that looks so good! I have to try this recipe also. By the way, I made your recipe for the chuck beef roast and all the fixings. My 1st time. It was yummy, turned out great!!! Thx!

Frances Witham says:

I really like this recipe. Thank you for sharing. Hope you are feeling much better. God bless. πŸŒΏπŸŒ·πŸ€

Monique Patterson says:

Hello Tammy,where did u get that pan from?????

Danette2277 says:

Even under the weather your food looks amazing!! I hope you are feeling better now!! Thank You for caring enough about us to teach even though you weren't feeling will. I, for one REALLY appreciate it!! 😊😊😊 ❀❀❀

Sandy Wilkerson says:

Being a New subscriber, I just love your channel!! Being from the South I just love your cooking and You in general. God Bless You!

Sheryl Adams says:

A tip…..when peeling garlic, lay the cloves on the counter under a chef or heavy knife, hit it with your hand and it will crush the cloves. Peeling will fall right off. Can do multiple cloves at one time. Since I found out this tip I will only do it that way. Sooo easy! :-) Am making this recipe for supper! Yum!!

jimmy solomon says:

Luv that pan. Funny I live in South Texas. Here in the Hispanic population they call Carne Gusada only difference is they add onion Bell pepper garlic and some tomato cooked the same with chili powder, comino, salt, pepper, little garlic powder. Simmer forever serve over Mexican rice. If you like spice you can use Rotel instead of plain tomatoes. Your dish looks awesome.

Victoria Evans says:

Hearty home cooking that's what men like. Those tender and juicy beef tips will bring em back begging for more!

Susan Sanders says:

I'm not finding your pan in your kitchen links. I'll look again but?

Wendy O'dell says:

Looks yummy. I think I'll try this recipe. My dad loves beef tips and gravy. Thanks for sharing ☺
Don't ya just love your Cutco and cutting boards. I have next to the biggest set and 3 boards. Plus the ice scoop, cheese knife, shears, pie spatula, speader spatula (my fav) and the fishing knife gizmo thing. I also have 2 extra of the knife that is the next size above the paring knife. I use that one for everything (my other fav). I've had mine for a little over 20 years. Wouldn't trade them for the world. My kids are going to fight over them when I'm gone. Lol
Have a great week and God
bless ❀ XOXO

Jane Martin says:

Would this be good cooked in the pressure cooker? It would take several steps but speed up process.

Georgia Peach314 says:

You have me drooling again! Got you in my prayers Honeybee! God love ya, we could just see how bad you felt and still in there cooking Lord only knows how many meals! Please get some rest Miss Chick a dee! We all love ya so much! πŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ’ž

annette g says:

~ a beautiful piece of Beef ! So tender!!! πŸ˜‹Tammy feel better!ok !!! πŸŒΎπŸπŸŒ±πŸ‚πŸŒ³πŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ˜˜

Willa Johnson says:

That really looks good..watching you I can tell I don't put enough seasoning on meat. Thawing pork chops right now to make a recipe someone sent to…
Shotgun red cooking channel. Check it out
Very unusual made with layers of beans and stoptop stuffing.
Will try this with a roast I need to thaw and cook
I could see you were
sick and feeling tired
hot pan..you never make that mistake and garlic skin..aka hair. A good cook even when you feel bad. Get rested up got things to do 😁❀❀

caroline odle says:

Hope you are feeling better soon.

Linda Segraves says:

Thanks Tammy & def feel better. This is one of my hubby's favorite meals. BTW, for forty plus years I have always loved Ingle's & their meat is the best.

Donna Smith says:

That was a beautiful piece of meat and you turned it into something fabulous!

Lillie Brintley says:

Yummy!! Praying for you hope you feel better soon

Betty Patterson says:

Do you have a cook book? Love your videos.

Eagle Whitefeather01 says:

Get to feeling better Tammy. God bless you. I am going to make this. Oh it looks good. Thank you so much.

diane patton says:

I hear you talk about having girls do you teach them to cook?

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