Pioneer Woman’s famous drip beef with pepperoncini peppers. It’ll knock your socks off!
Now I’ve mentioned before that my family is wimpy when it comes to spicy foods, and this proved to be true yet again. I may have put a few too many peppers because it was WAY too spicy for the kids and almost too much for me as well. I ate it up anyway and had more, because despite the spiciness it was amazingly tasty! Bennett actually ate quite a bit of it too, even though he was panting and drinking a ton of milk as he ate. His eyes were even watering, poor thing, but he kept going! Cole, being the more cautious one, removed all of the meat and just ate the bread and cheese. I didn’t even put any peppers in their helpings, but I guess the meat and broth had absorbed their heat. The boys did have fun dipping their food in the broth. I’d like to try Ree’s other version to see if the kids would enjoy that better, or I may make this one again without the peppers, or at least with less peppers. Drip beef is definitely a fun family meal, and I think with some experimenting I’ll find a version that my family will love.