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HR manager,
Everett, WA

Now featured Yokes Spokane
Beef, mushrooms, pearl onions, pepper and red potatoes.

Savor a rich, flavorful combination of savory beef and steamed-to-perfection vegetables, simmered with mushrooms and red potatoes in a creamy gravy spiked with sharp Gorgonzola cheese. An exciting blend of rich, robust, rewarding tastes.

Serving suggestion:
Gorgonzola Beef is a satisfying mixture of rich, savory flavors that merge beautifully on a bed of fresh-cooked linguine or fettuccine. Get set to be satisfied!

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Simple steps to a fast, fresh dinner!

Just 15 minutes from package to table. Simply sear the meat, simmer the other ingredients and serve!

Prepare right on the stovetop
  • Thaw meat, vegetable and sauce packets overnight in refrigerator or in microwave (defrost setting), until food can be separated.
  • Heat 1 tablespoon of oil or non-stick cooking spray in a skillet over medium heat.
  • Sear the meat for 3 to 5 minutes or until golden brown on all sides, stirring occasionally.
  • Add contents of vegetable packet, stir to heat.
  • Add 1 cup water and contents of sauce packet.
  • Stir to combine.
  • Simmer for 8 to 10 minutes over medium-low heat until meat is thoroughly cooked, vegetables are hot and sauce has thickened.
  • Serve immediately.
Always cook all Bold Eats products before serving
When we began working on a novel beef dish that would be worthy of the Bold Eats signature, we began with the classic combination of succulent beef and tangy blue cheese. What could be better than that?

Where we eventually arrived was a creation we call Gorgonzola Beef, named after Italy’s famous Gorgonzola cheese—only a softer, creamier version. Gorgonzola is known worldwide among food aficionados as having a buttery, salty taste, with a “bite” from its richly marbled veins of greenish-blue mold.

The authentic taste of Italy

Gorgonzola has actually been produced for more than a thousand years in the Piedmont region of northern Italy—famous for its rice, wheat and wine production—and neighboring Lombardy, whose principal city of Milan is well-known as the fashion capital of the country.

To this “bold” choice of Gorgonzola, we added tender beef, potatoes, pearl onions and bell peppers. The result: A full-flavored meal that most closely resembles classic beef stew, yet one simmering in a sauce as rich as beef-based gravy—only with the additional kick of green peppercorns, thyme and rosemary.

That’s the story of Gorgonzola Beef, and it’s one we hope you’ll re-create at dinnertime soon!

—Curtis Smith, Certified Executive Chef and Culinary Consultant for Bold Eats