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2016 MCW Scholarship Recipient Announced

2016_schoarship_recipient_allie_nelson Allie Nelson, a student at Montana State University – Bozeman has been selected as the 2016 Montana CattleWomen’s scholarship recipient.

We are honored to have had many applicants, and her selection was a testament to her achievements and future endeavors. Allie has excelled in school, agriculture and agriculture organizations including being a state FFA officer, as well as being an active community volunteer.

Allie is from Great Falls, MT and is the daughter of Ron & Becky Nelson.


No Fuss Holiday Dishes for a Crowd

home_page_12-12-16_beef_recipieHoliday gatherings and special occasions with friends and family don’t have to be stressful or time consuming. Keep entertaining casual and inviting with family-style dishes with simple, nutritious foods. Check out our tips and recipes to make moments with your loved ones unforgettable.

Let’s start with starters…appetizers, of course! Mini Meatball Appetizers with Apricot Dipping Sauce and Beef Pinwheels will be guaranteed crowd-pleasers. Plus, get the kids involved by recruiting them to help form mini meatballs or pinwheels. How’s that for teamwork!?

Now, on to the main course! Keep it simple with casserole-style dishes that taste delicious, but don’t break the bank or create kitchen chaos. Country Beef Breakfast Sausage, Wild Mushroom and Artichoke Bread Pudding or Beef Stuffing with Apples & Cranberries can serve as a tasty main dishes or side – your choice! If you’re looking for something more traditional, a roast is always a great go-to dish for entertaining. We recommend Black Tie Beef Roast with Chocolate-Port Sauce and Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes or Thyme-Rubbed Beef Round Tip with Roasted Onion ad Pear Wild Rice, which sound fancy, but are surprisingly easy to prepare.

Source: BeefItsWhatsForDinner.com