Back in May for my boyfriend's birthday our roommate got him a huge pile of steaks as a birthday present. They sat in the bottom of our freezer until about a month or so ago, at which point we dug them out and wrapped them up in a less ridiculous fashion than our roommate had; now each individual piece is wrapped in cling wrap and then in aluminum foil, and remains in the freezer. But my boyfriend is concerned that they're going to be freezer burned and inedible soon, and wants to consume them sooner rather than later.
The problem is that I am not the hugest fan of beef in the world and am a picky eater. I like ground beef pretty okay and will eat plenty of stuff that has ground beef, but we don't have a grinder or anything. Our preferred way of cooking is to cook up something in a fairly big batch that we can eat for dinners for several days instead of cooking every night, but I'm not really sure what to do with the steaks.
I've made stir fry and beef stroganoff with it; stir fry is good but there's only so often we can eat it, and stroganoff is alright but I really hate mushrooms so that was sort of a problem. The beef also seemed pretty tough when I cooked both of those things but I'm not sure if it's the way the beef is or if I am just bad at cooking it.
Any suggestions for meals would be appreciated, preferably those without cream of mushroom soup/where mushrooms are a major part of the dish. In stir fry I can just pick them out but with something like beef stroganoff it's a lot harder to do so. Non-stew things would be preferable because they haven't worked out so well in the past but I am open to suggestions if your stew is super awesome.
Also, is the meat actually in danger of becoming inedible soon or will it be fine for a while longer?
e: Oh, and I kind of suck at cooking, so easier recipes would be best!