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    11 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Perfect Medium Rare Roast beef, every time. You just put it in the oven, cook it, turn oven off, then head off to work or where ever. Come home and you have a dish that will make folks wonder "how did you make this and be at work all day?" ;) Suggested served with Recipe #266053

    Recipe #276976

    We love avocados and I was experimenting one day and came up with this recipe.

    Recipe #300256

    from Bon Appetit, December 2004. The centerpiece of our Christmas Eve Feast.

    Recipe #263509

    "This is our Saturday-night plat du jour and, because its preparation involves the basics of French cooking, it’s also the first dish we teach young cooks: There’s the browning of the meat, the softening of the mirepoix, the reduction of wine, and the long braise in stock. It’s a forgiving dish that calls for patience rather than precision. It’s also the ideal meal to make ahead of time, as it benefits greatly from a night’s rest. Serve with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Pan-Roasted Root Vegetables." From The Balthazar Cookbook by Keith McNally, Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson. As with all tough cuts of meat, short ribs are best when braised. A long and gentle simmer breaks down the abundant fat and connective tissue, rendering the ribs tender and velvety in texture. Veal stock adds its own inherent silky richness. Ask the butcher to cut the ribs across the rack, as opposed to along the bone, so there are 3 short bones in every piece.

    Recipe #158079

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    This recipe uses the beef mushroom master mix posted separately to put together a satisfying meal on the table for your family without a fuss. The first 8 ingredients have been broken down to size in order to get this posted. Please use recipe #107902 for actual measurements for the Freezer Mix. Not gourmet but great for a hungry family!

    Recipe #108657

    Recipe courtesy of Vikram Vij, Vij's Restaurant, in Vancouver Canada, reported (by Gourmet magazine) to be the best Indian restaurant in North America.

    Recipe #85348

    Originally created in the late 19th Century for a Russian count. There are a lot of European and American versions that come nowhere close to reproducing this dish as it was originally made. What follows is the classic Russian version.

    Recipe #97243

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is a very flavorful Shepherd's Pie. It puts a new twist on an old favorite by the addition of cream cheese and a dash of ground mace, and it's super easy to make. You can use any leftover veggies such as corn, carrots, string beans, etc. My photo was made using a shallow pan, because my deep dish pan was busy at the time. :)

    Recipe #285859

    This is the classic, adapted from "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." A wonderful dish, raising the simple stew to an art form and quite simple to make -- even though the instructions look long. Use Simple Beef Stock, the recipe for which is posted on this site. Use a wine that you would drink -- not cooking wine. And the better the cut of beef, the better the stew. As the beef is combined with braised onions and sauteed mushrooms, all that is needed to complete your main course is a bowl of potatoes or noodles and lots of good bread for the sauce.

    Recipe #148007

    A flavorful way to prepare Tri-tip.

    Recipe #147368

    Have napkins ready for this starter course! Peel these bad boys at the table and lick the garlic and herb butter from your fingers! Caribbean rum really adds a wonderful flavor! WINE: Crack open a bottle of Viognier, the dry fruity wine is lovely with the garlic and shrimp.

    Recipe #225664

    Heaven on a plate! Had these for dinner last night and we're wishing there had been leftovers. Served with portobello mushroom risotto and crusty bread for mopping up the sauce. Pure comfort food!

    Recipe #264193

    A bit spicy but not HOT. Very simple to make and a big hit. Great for when you have a bunch of friends coming for dinner.

    Recipe #40292

    This has been a family favorite for some time now. Seems to have just sort of evolved. Has an interesting flavor, just a bit different. It is my first posting of a recipe on Recipezaar.

    Recipe #276428

    This is a recipe is soooooo yummy!!! It is traditionally served over toast (S.O.S. is s**t on a shingle, toast being the shingle) but it can be served over biscuits, baked potatoes, rice or whatever you like. I like to use a cast iron skillet.

    Recipe #92174

    I work nights so crock pot recipes are a lifesaver to me. Here is another one. Cut the beef and the veggies about the same size for uniform cooking

    Recipe #128251

    Oh-So-Tender Roast with a delicious broth mixture that can be served "au jus" or thickened for a luscious, hearty gravy. Add carrots and potatoes (optional), and you have a one-dish meal that cooks unattended. The sliced roast makes tasty Roast Beef au Jus Sandwiches. For a second meal, make stew or soup from the leftover roast, carrots, potatoes, and gravy...perhaps adding a little wine or water if needed to get the perfect consistency.

    Recipe #57059

    Can you say GARLIC?? Don't fear, when you pan roast the garlic in olive oil you get this wonderfully sweet mellow flavor... then you have this bonus of roasted garlic olive oil to use later! I got this idea from Michael Chiarello on the food network but have made it my own.

    Recipe #129877

    Short ribs cooked like this are nothing short of amazing!!! One of my most favorite recipes!

    Recipe #227006

    My sister's recipe that is great for casual parties.

    Recipe #39587

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