Here's the official Hot Beef Sundae recipe from the Beef: It's What's For Dinner folks.
Now I think the good beef folks should get together with the good folks of Gilroy, California and add a scoop or two of garlic ice cream to their Hot Beef Sundae, and THEN they could really call it a sundae! They can send all the royalties for the new recipe right here to me. ;-)
If you haven't tried or even heard of a good scoop of Stinking Rose or Garlic Ice Cream, it is a lot like very cold and creamy horseradish, without too much sting, and would go very well with meats. Most people eat it for dessert after a very garlicky meal though. The Gilroy Garlic Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary this July 25-27. Gilroy is the world's garlic capital and in season you can smell that lovely Stinking Rose for miles.
Now if you are looking for more beef recipes, and I'm pretty sure I can promise you won't find any other desserts, go visit Mercedes' Scrumptious Sunday Beef Edition.
My previous Scrumptious Sunday Desserts:
Noodles For Dessert With Applesauce Kugel
Cream Cheese & Lemon Flan Is Gourmet Fast Food
Fruity Drinks For A Scrumptious Sunday
Buñuelos -- Traditional Mexican Fiesta Dessert
This Takes The Cake! A Mother's Day Video
Fruit Pies -- It's Mostly In The Presentation
A Centered, Peaceful, Sweet, But Not Fake, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie
It's Party Time! Let's Have Strawberry Cream Pie!