Fajita Salad

Fajita Salad at The Happy Housewife

I was pretty excited when the Beef people asked me to try out a few recipes from their website. My family LOVES steak and I am always looking for new ways to incorporate it into our meals without busting the budget.

My beef choice was top round, which is also called London Broil. I was thrilled when I opened the sale flyer and found that it was on sale at my local grocery store for $1.99 a pound! Another tip for saving on beef is to buy when it is a loss leader. Grocery stores will often deeply discount one or two cuts of meat to get you into the store. Stock up during these sales!

I bought 5 1/2 pounds of top round, which should last my family three meals. That equals $3.68 per meal for meat (for 8 people). A little more than I usually spend, but we get to eat steak, so I am willing to splurge on these meals and save on others.

The recipe from the website is called Red, White & Beef Salad, and while it looks great, I modified the recipe to better suit my family.

Fajita Salad at The Happy Housewife

Fajita Salad
  • 1 beef top round steak or 2 chuck shoulder steaks, cut 1 inch thick (about 1-1/2 pounds)
  • McCormick Steak Seasoning
  • Olive Oil
  • 8 cups chopped romaine lettuce
  • 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, rinsed, drained
  • 1 cup frozen corn, defrosted
  • ⅓ cup prepared ranch dressing or sour cream
  • ⅓ cup prepared salsa
  • 1 cup broken tortilla chips
  1. Prepare steaks either on the broiler or grill.
  2. Combine beans and corn and place on top of a plate of lettuce.
  3. Slice steak into thin slices and place on top of salad.
  4. Drizzle dressing or sour cream and ⅓ cup salsa over beef.
  5. Serve with chips.

Fajita salad was a HUGE hit with my family. My son said it was the best salad he has ever tasted. I thought it was pretty tasty myself and was pleased to find another no oven recipe to add to my list. The fact that my kids are eating lettuce, black beans, and corn is another bonus. For my non salad eaters, they ate the ingredients separately.

Disclosure: I received a gift card to cover the cost of the ingredients, all opinions are my own.

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  1. Tammy Parent says:

    Apparently I’m Strip Steak! As long as it can go on the BBQ it’s all good!!

  2. Jennifer says:

    So I tried to take the survey but didn’t know I was supposed to keep track of what I answered. oops. We usually have ground beef or roast, once in awhile steaks.

  3. I got matched to Ground beef. go figure!

  4. B – top sirloin! 🙂

  5. I’m Top Round….I LOVE London Broil!

  6. Lauren H. says:

    I’m a London Broil kind of girl!

  7. I’m Top Round and my husband was Top Sirloin! I loved that it showed the two most nutritious/lean meats available!

  8. Took the survey, but didn’t realize I had to be keeping track of my answers — thought it would do it for me. Honestly — I tend to buy all kinds of beef products. Whatever is on sale. 🙂

  9. Top round, but I usually buy what I figure is the best deal, although we do love steaks!

  10. Most of my answers corresponded with “e” Top Round.

  11. They matched me with top round or lean ground beef. Beef is always a happy meal for me!

  12. I was Top Sirloin…which I’ve never had. I guess I’ll have to try that out the next time I’m at the store!

  13. Kimberly says:

    I was mostly E’s, so my match was Top Round. I actually don’t think I have ever even had top round, so I will definitely be giving it a try!

  14. I was matched with Top Sirloin, It is of of my favorite cuts so they are right!

  15. DorthyM. says:

    Mine said top round! I havent cooked with it ever. I’d like to try though.

  16. I supposed I am a top round. (I had 2 E’s and a heinz variety of everything else.) I like my beef, I guess – on sale, of course! 😀

  17. I matched most with Top Sirloin.

  18. Well…I picked a different letter for every question, so I guess I don’t have a “usually” and that about sums it up because 2x a year I go to a farmer and buy a grass fed cow and split it with several other families. I guess we like a variety…

  19. LOL!!! I selected 1 each of b, c, d, e and f. Match that!

    We love steaks! Well actually, all beef! I try not to eat it too much, but I do love me some cow!

  20. I got matched up with ground beef. Seems to fit, as it is quick and nothing fancy and what we often use as an ingredient for a quick and easy dinner.

  21. Donna C. says:

    Top round for me!

  22. Looks like we’re a Top Round family. lol

  23. I matched with the strip steak. Sounds good to me!

  24. I got filet – didn’t see that coming. Mostly I subsist on ground beef! LOL.

  25. top sirloin and ground beef 🙂

  26. Michelle says:

    Top Sirloin for me!

  27. Top Sirloin for me apparently!!

  28. I matched most with Top Sirloin.

  29. Charlene says:

    Fun giveaway! I was TBone. 🙂

  30. I am a TBONE, and actually it is my fav as well!!!

  31. Top Sirloin, which is funny because it is a cut that I very rarely buy.

  32. Jessie C. says:

    I got A the most, interesting survey.

  33. Cortney says:

    Top sirloin it is!

  34. Sarah E. says:

    I got a tie between Top Sirloin (mmm) and Top Round. I love beef….

  35. haha – I got Top Round

  36. My answer was strip steak 😛 I guess I love my grill! I bbq in every type of weather.

  37. Top Sirloin for me 🙂

  38. Ground beef! Which is what we use most of the time.

  39. I’m a top round.

  40. I’m top sirloin

  41. Strip Steak~~~ HMMM 🙂 LOL

  42. E – Top Round 🙂

  43. Looks like I’m a Top Round!

  44. I’m a little bit of everything it seems!

  45. Lean ground beef was my result.

  46. I’m a Top Round, but Top Sirloin was a close second (three points to two).

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  47. Lean ground beef…kind of boring…I was hoping for a good steak or something! But, yeah, that doesn’t fit my crazy, kid-centered life at all right now! Ground beef it is!

  48. I got top round – but I prefer t-bones. 🙂

  49. We matched up with strip steak or top sirloin. It’s funny because I usually don’t buy those cuts of meat, but it would be great to try!

  50. Im tied between Lean Ground Beef and Top Round.

  51. Amanda Y. says:

    Mine was Top Round…which I’ve heard of being cheaper and good, but thought was fatty, but I’ve learned its also a lean cut–can’t wait to try next time it’s on sale!

  52. I got matched to ground beef

  53. i was “D” strip steak, but i only had 2 @d! TY for this awesome survey!!

  54. I got strip steak. (Actually it was the only one I had 2 the same. I guess that my answers were accurate in that we love our beef and enjoy lots of different cuts.)

  55. Mandy C. says:

    I got strip steak. We love steak in our household!

  56. Stephanie says:

    Top Round! I will be on the lookout for this at the store. I have been happy with flatiron steaks, too, for the price, taste, and versatility.

  57. looks like it’s strip steak! great bargain. Oh, and the $100 gift card would be really nice!!

  58. My answers were split between top round and ground beef, but we love it all!

  59. My answers were kind of all over the place, but I did have 2 Bs. So Top Sirloin it is!

  60. Top round- guess it matches my frugality. I will actually buy whatever is the best value and then find a recipe online when I get home.

  61. I’m the strip steak 🙂

  62. Sharon Warner says:

    Top Round. I read the suggested recipe for stir-fry, it sounds great! I will be making that with the top round I bought on sale last week. Thanks.

  63. Abbygail says:

    I didn’t keep track either, but I know my match would most likely be ground beef though wouldn’t I love to be filet!

  64. Looks like I am a top sirloin type of person.

  65. Rhonda GreenBarron says:

    Top sirloin! Yum.

  66. Top Sirloin! I really do use this alot 🙂

  67. I’m a strip steak. 🙂

  68. I was matched with top sirlion and when I buy steak it is always top sirlion. It would be great to win the $100.00.

  69. Top Round – I buy whatever’s on sale though.

  70. Kathy T says:

    My match was top round also. My answers were almost all different though, I only had two that were the same. Was a little surprised that ground beef didn’t come up.

  71. Top round! I’d love the gift card, biding time as a SAHM, my last month then back to work 🙁

  72. Brandi Jones says:

    I got matched with a filet. I do not think I wil complain about that!

  73. I’m half b, half e. Not really sure what that means. I love a good hamburger or hamburger steak with ground sirloin. I’ve also discovered that Top Sirloin can be cut into individual steaks for a tasty (yet inexpensive) steak dinner.

  74. Mine is London Broil!

  75. Mine was a two way tie between strip steak and ground beef, seems like a reasonable fit for us 🙂


  76. Amanda Classon says:

    Wouldn’t you know it…I gave every answer except “b”. So, I came to the conclusion that I just like meat…doesn’t really matter which kind, just meat.

  77. I don’t eat beef but I am sure my husband would love that salad!

  78. Deborah G says:

    Top sirloin here, at least I know how to cook that one. LOL

  79. I came out Top Round! I just might have to check out some of their recipes.

  80. Wow…this salad looks so good. On these hot days of summer–this will be the best. Thanks for sharing!

  81. They say I’m strip steak but I never buy that… I have recently discovered the yumminess of top round steaks, cut nice and thick… I buy a round roast and cut our own steaks to save a bit.

  82. I matched most with Top Sirloin.

  83. Rebecca says:

    I am top round and ground beef….I figured I’d be ground beef..it’s versatile and easy to make. ;0)

  84. $1.99 a pound?? Yes, I would have stocked up even more. 🙂 We love our BEEF and this looks delish! Yea for the Cattleman’s Beef guys.

  85. crystal young says:

    Is seems I am a “Ground Beef” person. Seems like a good fit since we have that at least once a week.

  86. My choice was strip steak. I have tried them before and look forward to trying the recipe that followed. It sounded yummy!

  87. Tie between Top Sirloin and Top Round. I usually leave the beef purchases up to my husband, because I’m clueless. I think I’ll start paying more attention.

    Your recipe sounds yummy and my family would love it.

  88. I am apparently a strip steak. Yum!

  89. Vicki F says:

    My personality match up is Top Round. The Sumptuous Steak Stir Fry is a perfect recipe for my family!

  90. T-bone, but none of the answers actually suited me. 🙂

  91. I’m the Strip Steak!

  92. So I was top sirloin or top round….hey, cheap and versatile! That’s me 🙂

  93. susan young says:

    surprise, surprise…I was matched up with ground beef 🙂

  94. Heather says:

    If most of your answers were E’s
    Try a Top Round: Like a diamond in the rough, the Top Round steak shines with a splash of the right marinade. Yet it’s priced more like cubic zirconium, meaning your family can enjoy that decadent beef taste you love without breaking the bank. But with just 4.6 grams of total fat per 3-ounce serving, Top Round is one of the leanest cuts you can get. Try our Sumptuous Steak Stir-Fry for a delicious, colorful meal that’s tops on nutrition, yet lean on cost.

  95. Erin Clark says:

    My beef match is filet. Celebrating my 4 year wedding anniversary this week, maybe we’ll have to cook it. 🙂

  96. Looks like I’m ground beef. Funny though since most of my answers had to do with kids and my 3 year old would much rather have steak than ground beef!

  97. Melinda says:

    Ground beef! Makes since – the entire family likes it when I cook with lean ground beef!

  98. julie cutshaw says:

    my beef match was Lean Ground Beef thanks you wrote a great review with great pictures of your meal
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  99. I am Top Round. Can’t wait to try the recipe!

  100. stampedwithgrace says:

    mine was Lean Ground Beef, which is what I use all the time!

  101. Top Sirloin for me…

  102. I was a Top Sirloin – easy and quick and full of nutrients!

  103. top sirloin was my pick!

  104. Im a mix Top Round and Lean Ground Beef, Im indecisive what can I say 🙂

  105. Mine was lean ground beef….not very exciting but it does suit my life with 4 kids right now.

  106. Ground beef is what I matched which is my least favorite. I don’t like hamburgers and the only way I will eat ground beef is if it has cooked in the crockpot all day. But I hate spending the money on the more expensive cuts. So perfect match!

  107. Katie M. says:

    My match was strip steak!!! Love that stuff! So quick and easy to prepare

  108. It’s a tie! Top Round and Top Sirloin! Our house loves them both. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  109. I had a tie between serloin and ground beef. That is usally what we eat.

  110. Susan A. says:

    Well, I was all over the place with my comments…what does that mean? no one particular letter stood out…guess I’ll keep buying a variety of beef

  111. I got Top Round.


  112. Top Sirloin and the recipe sounds great too.

  113. I was Top Round! I have never tryed it but it sounds yummy! ;o) Love your site!

  114. Michelle says:

    It was a tie between top round and ground beef, which sounds about right. I use ALOT of both!

  115. Top Round here! I actually love top round for the versatility. I’m definitely going to try your FIL’s steak recipe…it sounds great!

  116. I’m top sirloin, but I was pretty much all over the board with my answers!

  117. Nora Duvigneaud says:

    Apparently I am ground beef!

  118. Lean Ground Beef – which happens to be what I buy most often!

  119. I got Lean Ground Beef which is what we usually eat.

  120. B’s and D’s were tied for me- which equates to top sirloin and strip steak. Sounds good to me- we try to have a steak or roast dinner 1-2x per month, and maybe something lighter- like fajitas with the leftovers. In the summer, we pretty much put everything on the grill.

  121. I was Top Sirloin!

  122. I am a strip steak. Something I will try and use more often now.

  123. Top Round~ yum! 🙂

  124. I’am Top Sirlion. Yummy that is my favorite cut of steak….. Now I think I will have to grill me some up tonight.

  125. I came out a “top round” — I’ll have to give it a try.

  126. I’m lean ground beef! Sounds about right since that’s all I really cook with. I don’t experiment much with other types. But your fajita salad looks so yummy. I might have to try that this summer!

  127. I am top round. It is the cut that I do buy the most. Thanks for the giveaway.

  128. I’m a t-bone (active) gal… fun survey! And thanks for the chance to win- what a blessing that giftcard would be! Love your blog.

  129. I am right between a Sirlion and a Strip Steak with sums up our life pretty well.

  130. cheryl I. says:

    Strip steak all the way! I’ll take anything beef any day though!

  131. I am a strip steak – love to BBQ!!

  132. I am a Top Round!

  133. Mine is lean ground beef and that is so true. I am usually feeding a crowd.

  134. Michelle says:

    I’m a tie between Top Sirloin and Top Round! I have no idea because I usually just by whatever steak is on sale like t bones.

  135. The quiz matched me with Top Sirloin, which really is my favorite kind of beef!

  136. MelissaB says:

    Your salad looks so yummy! I’m a Top Round girl. 😉

  137. Valerie S says:

    The survey told me I’m a top round girl 🙂

  138. Sherri H. says:

    Top Round for me 🙂 I love the recipes they have. I always need new beef ones especially.

  139. Mine was Lean Ground Beef which didn’t surprise me a bit 🙂 We use so much of it at our house! Thank you for this recipe – it looks delicious and I can’t wait to try it!

  140. i got top sirloin which is probably pretty representative of the bulk of what’s actually in my freezer

  141. I was Top Round!

  142. It looks ground beef for me at this stage of my life. We go through so much of that with the seven of us. Fun giveaway!

  143. Top Round. I think all but one answer was “e.” I don’t know that I’ve ever had top round, though. I’ll have to give it a try!

  144. I didn’t keep track of my results either. 🙁 I usually buy whatever is on sale. Last spring we bought 1/4 of a locally raised black angus. It was so good I will probably buy a 1/2 next time! 🙂

  145. Katherine says:

    My answers were all over the place, but I went with “lean ground beef” because that’s what we usually buy!

  146. Top Round. Which I agree are great to buy on sale. I have a $2/lb meat rule.

  147. Christie says:

    Top Round was my match. I guess I should give it a try!

  148. Jennifer C. says:

    top sirloin!!!! …and I usually buy that boneless anyway and love it!

  149. That recipe looks great! I did the survey and I am a top sirloin, which is definitely true.

  150. Top Round was my perfect match!

  151. Obviously I am T-Bone
    That’s pretty accurate

  152. Top round!! I’ve never tried it, so thanks for a recipe using it. I think I’m going to try top round when it goes on sale and maybe make some fajitas!

  153. Laurie V. says:

    I’m Top Round, which I do enjoy and buy fairly often.

  154. I got lean ground beef.

  155. I got matched to Filet Mignon! Not on my budget

  156. I was top round and ground beef… Which is so funny! I am a vegetarian, but my husband is COMPLETE carnivore!!! Perfect match, he doesnt eat veggies, I dont eat meat! 🙂 But he would completely say he was T-bone! His fav choice of meat!

  157. Susan M. says:

    Ooh, top sirloin! And the suggested recipe of kabobs on a bed of orzo sounds really good, actually.

  158. Hello frugality. I’m a top round.

  159. Lean Ground Beef for me 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

  160. I tied with 2 selections ~ B and E! Gives me choices! 🙂

  161. Lean Ground beef 🙂

  162. Cheryl Ellis says:

    I answered a little of everything. I’m a Filet girl though.

  163. This salad looks fabulous! Going to keep this recipe in mind for the next time we have beef in the house 🙂
    Looks like I’m a Top Round. Would like to be a T-bone or Strip Steak someday, haha.

  164. I am lean beef. Thaks for sharing the salad. We will be trying this. it look really great. thanks for all your great tips.

  165. nicki conner says:

    I got top round, but prefer filet! Because I’m extra frugal, I’ll stick with the top round!

  166. Megan R. says:

    I’m a top sirloin girl, I guess! Yum.

  167. top round was the result for me but just barely since i had varying answers

  168. I’m top round! =) Yummy! I’m going to have to try this recipe for fajita salad. Looks delicious!!! =) Hope Iwin!!!

  169. Jessica Somerville says:

    I got matched with strip steak or top stirloin.

  170. I chose mostly Ds, so here it is.

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  171. So, my answers were all over the place but the only one that came up twice was F, so I guess it’s ground beef which is pretty funny ’cause it’s probably the beef we buy most often!

  172. Looks like I’m a Top Round!

  173. My match was strip steak, hmmm never tried it, maybe I should, lol! We love all beef here, so an ould have been a good match!

  174. Didnt realize that I had to keep track of my answers…so I do not know, but I’m going with a nice steak!

  175. satha vorwaller says:

    I am top round. yummy

  176. Lean Ground Beef.

  177. Top round – but around here, we’ll eat just about anything! 🙂

  178. I am split between Top Sirloin & Strip Steak….Thanks for the chance to win!

  179. Stephanie says:

    I matched up to Top Round, but honestly I use lean ground beef more often!

  180. Strip Steak! Love the grill!

  181. Juanelle says:

    I was “E” – sumptuous steak stir fry!!! And my husband and I LOVE stir fry!!!!! He’s the chef and I just ask him over the weekend to make one of his famous stir frys (or is it – fries?!?) this week! They knew me! And, their “ranch rub” sounds good – he had just said he was going to look for a new rub to make so guess we’ll try theirs!

  182. meeyeehere says:

    Sirloin is whats best for me. OOh, I love 100 dollars! I love some meat too!!! If I won,I would buy some meat! Steaks! Yes,I would.Yes I would. Got my fingers crossed.

  183. Lori A. says:

    I’m Lean Ground Beef 🙂
    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  184. tiffanie says:

    Top Round for me

  185. I have always loved a good steak. Since moving to Missouri, I am sometimes able to purchase grass-fed, local beef…the flavor is nothing like any meat I have ever tasted before…delicious and very low fat…no hormones, either.

  186. Mine was Top Round! Yummy!!!

  187. Top Round was my beef match 🙂

  188. Valerie says:

    I am lean ground beef. I was hoping for t-bone 🙂

  189. Chelsea says:

    I was tied for either top sirloin or top round steak! Which is funny, because if money were no object, I’d be a filet or ribeye girl all the way! Now I’m hungry for steak!

    Thanks for the recipe! Looks great!

  190. I got top round. Surprising!

  191. Allison G. says:

    Well my answers were all over the place, but I think it leaned towards top sirloin, but I actually like lean ground beef! 🙂 Thanks for having this giveaway!

  192. Looks like I’m a strip steak or a top sirloin! Sounds about right!

  193. My match is Strip Steak, which we happen to love making!

    Looks like an awesome salad, we love faijas and I’ll often throw together as black bean and corn relish so I’m sure we’d also love this one too.

  194. Filet! Guess I’m a little fancy-pants for my budget!

  195. Suzanne says:

    According to the survey, somewhere around Top Round.

  196. I’m top sirloin. I have never bought that cut, but the recipe link sounded really good!

  197. Rachael says:

    I’m a “top round”. Both a frugal lifestyle with daily activities focused on kids. Yup that’s me! A homeschooling frugal mommy of 4!

  198. F- lean ground beef. No surprise there!

  199. I was matched to top round.

  200. VictoriaN says:

    I am Top Sirloin. Yum!

  201. Somebody's Mimi says:

    I can see the beef and my oh my that looks sooo good! This recipe is a MUST to try.

  202. Mine were mostly E – top round!

  203. Ah, how boring, I’m Lean Ground Beef! Altho… we do eat a lot of it, its so quick to prepare so our busy family nights it’s my go to meat.

    ~Kelli @ Smidgens

  204. I am matched with either top round or ground beef. I use lots of ground beef, and my kids love it when I buy london broil. We fix it like a pot roast in the slow cooker.
    Thanks for doing this giveaway.

  205. Ground beef and top round, the two main things we eat! Frugal and all about the kids and crowds.

  206. I’m Top Round, but I’d rather EAT a good juicy steak!

  207. I had mostly E’s so I am Top Round.

  208. Sherri B-B says:

    Top sirloin… Yum!

  209. My answers were mostly E’s…so Top Round.

  210. WEll, looks like I’m a Top Round Girl. Sounds about right. I buy lots of this and make it great in the slow cooker.

  211. tamela Camp says:

    Looks like I’m top round. We love beef and eat it all the time. There is nothing like a big juicy burger on the grill.

  212. staceyk says:

    Apparently I’m a T-bone. Hope that translates to lucky winner!

  213. I got Top Round which I don’t think I’ve ever bought before.

  214. I was Top Sirloin.

  215. Mrs. Pear says:

    I was a tie between top round and gr beef.

    Seems about right to me, although I do love a nice NY steak now and again!

  216. I matched with Top Sirloin. I think I will have to throw one on the grill this weekend and try it out!

  217. Top Round for my family 🙂

  218. Mostly E’s…Top Round.

  219. Surprisinly a top round.

  220. Mine also came up as top round. I have some in the freezer, may have to marinate it and make a steak salad myself. 🙂

  221. Jennifer says:

    I’m a Top Round gal!

  222. I matched most with top Sirloin – lol! 🙂

  223. Lean ground beef, ha ha too funny.

  224. I am Top Round…lol sounds good to me 🙂

  225. I am a T-Bone, thanks

  226. Heather R. says:

    I’m Top Round 🙂

  227. I was mostly b and e, so my cuts are Top Sirloin and Top Round!

  228. I was a toss up between top sirloin and ground beef. But my actual favorite cut is boneless shortrib that you can braise… making hungry!

  229. Ruth Hill says:

    I’m top sirloin. Sure, all right. Top Round cut a close second.

  230. My match up was strip steak!

  231. Shannon S says:

    ground beef for me! What a cool givaway!

  232. Paula Morgan says:

    Took the survey, am top round. sounds good to me!

  233. I got top round!

  234. Top Round for me! Thanks!

  235. Those survey answer choices were hilarious, IMO! I came out between strip steak and top round. Yummy! Thanks!

  236. We like our filets:) I would love for you to join me for this week’s What’s On the Menu Wednesday. Mister Linky is up and ready for you.

  237. I’m Top Sirloin!


  238. My match was Strip Steak!

  239. Im a top sirloin LOL

  240. I matched with the top round. Thankfully, previous commenters mentioned it is london broil, which me eat quite a bit of! Now I obviously need to research my meat cuts…*sigh* I’ll add it to my list 😉 Thanks! Marnie

  241. This looks delicious! What a beautiful photo. I really like your simple steak method. Montreal seasoning is great! I hope you’ll come link up to No Whine Wednesday: http://blog.foodonthetable.com/2010/07/no-whine-wednesday-brussel-sprouts/

  242. Kristine in WA says:

    Im a strip steak girl. 🙂

  243. I’m top round!

  244. Stacy M. says:

    Most of my answers were “e” so I’m a top round gal.

  245. Hrmm it says I should like top round but I really dislike that cut of meat. I love me some filet or strip steak.

  246. Chelsea says:

    I’m lean ground beef.

  247. I am all over the board with my answers, sounds about right haha! But the one that had three answers was the filet!

  248. Deanna G. says:

    My match was Top Sirloin! 🙂

  249. Bummer. I was Lean Ground Beef. I wish it had been Filet (although lean ground beef and roasts are what we eat the most of)!!!

  250. I guess I’m strip steak. Sounds good to me.

  251. Stephanie says:

    Lean Ground Beef! So true! 🙂

  252. Since my answers were all a different letter, I didn’t match up with any of choices listed. So I’d say my choice would be Top Sirloin.

  253. joyce-ellen says:

    Im ground beef.. no suprise there!

  254. I’m top round or top sirloin, evenly split.

  255. I took the survey, but didn’t realize I had to keep track of the results. I usually buy ground beef…but enjoy eating steak. 🙂

  256. Courtney says:

    I’m Top Sirloin. Oh if only I could afford that. 🙂

  257. Katrina Deaton says:

    My match was top round!

  258. OldNuffToKnoBtr says:

    I’m an E top round steak.

  259. I think I am matched with lean ground beef.

  260. Lynnette says:

    haha…apparently I am top round…which sounds about right! 😉

  261. Good deal! BTW, those are beautiful pictures! I guess I need a really good camera to take nice pictures like that?

  262. I’m a toss up between Top Round and Lean Ground Beef!

  263. April in CT says:

    Appears that I’m a top round! lol

  264. It said I was strip steak! Our family of 6 loves all kinds of beef, especially on the grill. Thanks for the recipe, I can’t wait to try it!

  265. WOW! Your salad sounds amazing! I am always looking for a great salad. I would recommend trying grass fed Black Angus beef when cooking your london broil steak. It is absolutely delicious and a healthier option. I work with La Cense Beef and because our beef is 100% grass fed it is higher in omega 3 acids and lower in calorie and fat as opposed to traditional grain fed beef. Try grass fed Black Angus Beef and you will be able to taste an even bigger difference!

  266. Chris Ann says:

    I am strip steak.
    Thanks for the recipe recommendation , great photo.
    I think a $100 Visa Card is an awesome prize.
    Chris Ann

  267. Its Lean Ground Beef for me — but I sure love a good steak when I can get one!

  268. Apparently Top Round and I go together with Strip Steak a close second.

  269. Sheila W. says:

    Top sirloin here too!

  270. Tiffany says:

    I’m a T-Bone! Thanks for doing this!

  271. My survey result was: “Top Sirloin”.This most versatile lean cut provides 10 essential nutrients for just 156 calories per 3-ounce serving, making the Top Sirloin tops in nutrition too. Here’s our recipe for Sizzling Sirloin Kabobs on a Bed on a Bed of Orzo; in the time it takes to get to soccer practice, you’ll be serving your family more nourishment in fewer calories and they’ll be enjoying each and every bite.

  272. Lean Ground Beef. But really, it all looks good. I love meat – but we don’t get to eat much.

  273. Nicole C. says:

    I am Lean Ground Beef. Not that I found that surprising! 😉

  274. Megan W. says:

    I’m top sirloin! 🙂