This Slow Cooker Brisket in Guinness is a great way to get your Irish on! Braising your brisket in Guiness low and slow makes a delicious, caramelized roast. Continue reading “Slow Cooker Brisket in Guinness”
Shrimp Shells are like liquid gold when you simmer them into a bright shrimp stock.
There is no way the photo does these Sherry Meatballs justice! My dinner companions wanted to drink the sauce that was left over after we ate the meatballs. Continue reading “Sherry Tapas Meatballs”
The clicking didn’t sound ominous at first. I was happily working around the kitchen while the self-cleaning oven was literally ‘burning’ through the clean cycle. Continue reading “One Hour Guinness Irish Stew”
This Wine Braised Oxtail Stew is a perfect make ahead dish- it improves with flavor if you cook it one day and serve the next. You can make it and serve it same day if you like though. Continue reading “Wine Braised Oxtail Stew”
This recipe uses lamb shoulder chops – one of the most economical ways to get some lamb into your recipe rotation! Continue reading “Lamb Ragù”
This fantastic Brandied Beef Bourguignon is a make-ahead dish that is easy yet elegant enough for a holiday meal. It is meant to sit overnight after you cook it to let the flavor develop. How perfect for an entertaining recipe! Serve this French classic with mashed potatoes or rice. The brandy flambé gives this an additional flavor hit beyond the red wine sauce. Continue reading “Brandied Beef Bourguignon”
I made these Classic French Short Ribs for our Holiday Wine Tasting Dinner. It was over the top delicious! Although it takes a fair bit of cooking time the hands on time is very reasonable and it is so worth it! Continue reading “Classic French Short Ribs”