Dedicated to Rita~ who updated us on her favorite new method on the grill for making the most juicy, tender meat your family has ever had. I think these recipes will adapt to this technique quite well.
This is not your mother's pot roast! The meat is gently cooked with wine and tomatoes and scented with herbs and orange peel. Pot roast fit for company! From an April 1986 issue of Bon Appetit in the "Cooking with Friends" section, featuring an Elegant and Easy menu. This goes well with Golden Carrot Risotto and Broccoli and Red Bell Pepper Saute.
Root beer and sesame seeds is the flavor pairing McCormick spotlights in this recipe. Might opt for more than the recipe calls for. The article's author served the ribs with mashed potatoes (omitting the 2 pounds peeled and chunked sweet potatoes the original recipe added to the pot for the last hour of cooking). Being a Southerner, I put 'em back... where they belong.
Source: Adapted from McCormick.
From the Jan/Feb 2009 magazine. They write the flavor only gets better with time, so cook ahead, if you prefer, and store up to three days in the refrigerator before serving. Looks like a great recipe to test out my new dutch oven!
I'm just trying this recipe today and am posting so I won't lose it. I cut it out of the Pitt Post Gazette. So far the few tastes I've tried the sauerkraut is very good and for me that is great because I don't care for it.
I had this boneless pork shoulder--it was on sale, and my husband bought a whole bunch. Not a whole lot of variety out there for braised pork shoulder recipes--I think there are about 4 recipes recycled on the whole internet, lol. I looked and didn't find any that I had all of the ingredients for, so I took some stuff out of the fridge and cupboards came up with this one. It's really easy, and delicious.
My DH is an excellent home chef and prefers cooking meat. He has tried many recipes for short ribs and did not love the results until now. This recipe came from Anne Burell, she's a Food Network star with a show on Saturday mornings. Her show is our favorite! And, wow, these short ribs...OMG! We served them with pasta and roasted brussel sprouts but next time I will do mashed potatoes.