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Tender Prime Rib Roast with Mushroom and Bacon Sauté by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 16 Dec 2011 4:34pm Prime rib is a cut of meat that’s perfect for special occasion feasts in more ways than one. Served in supple, thick slices that are marbled with fat, it’s a decadent and impressive main course. Prime rib is also really easy to prepare, which means you can “wow” your guests and still enjoy the party. They don’t need to know you only spent about ... Read on »
Shortcut BBQ Ribs by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 05 Sep 2012 8:42pm Sharing a recipe for pork ribs is risky business. First, there’s the matter of flavoring the meat. Is a rub, a marinade, or a sauce the superior flavoring method, or maybe some combination of the three? And forget about finding a rub that all rib lovers agree on. There are hundreds of rub blends, all slightly different from the others, with eac ... Read on »
Slow Cooker Beef Short Ribs in Cabernet Sauce by Jenna .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 5:46am This is dude food. Total and complete dude food. In fact, I think Adam almost proposed to me all over the other night after I served him these beef short ribs, sitting on a creamy mound of Parmesan risotto. I’m completely serious. The short ribs were so tender the meat fell right off the bone, no knives required! Just anothe ... Read on »
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs with White Cheddar Grits by Brandi Posted Tue 10 Jan 2012 10:27pm Ok, I lied. After writing last night about how I didn’t “do” resolutions, I couldn’t stop thinking about it today. And I do resolutions – just not the same way most people go about it. None of my resolutions deal with weight or the gym. I don’t have a goal to stop impulse buying or save $xxxx this year. Big life go ... Read on »
Short Ribs and Marshmallows at Alexandra's Turf Valley by Elizabeth Brunetti Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jan 2014 12:00am Sous Chef and I attended the HoCoBlogs happy hour at Turf Valley last week; afterwards, we decided to have a bite to eat at Alexandra's , located on the lower level of the resort.  We were eager to take advantage of not only Howard County Restaurant Weeks, but also Alexandra's typical Wednesday special - half priced bottles of wine! ... Read on »
How To Make Ribs by The Healthy Hostess Posted Thu 23 Feb 2012 5:13am Brady’s birthday was a success. He got to eat breakfast with Anna, my mom brought him Chipotle for lunch, his dinner was a giant slab of ribs and then he played poker with the guys. It took a while for Anna to understand and succumb to the fact that it was not her birthday, and therefore cake was not going to be her only food of the day. Th ... Read on »
No bake, No marinade Twice Cooked Cola + Tamarind Spicy Pork Ribs by www.foodrehab.com.au Posted Sat 03 Nov 2012 6:59pm Say whaaat?! I’m writing this post whilst on a sugar high just after hosting a Filipino BBQ and Chocolate Ice Cream Party where I made Tocino Chicken Wings, BBQ Pork Skewers, Pandesal bread and this recipe you’re reading right here mama! It may be the amount of ice cream I’ve just consumed, but I know you think I be trippin’ as I write thes ... Read on »
Easy Baked Ribs by IowaGirlEats Posted Wed 02 Jul 2014 9:00am Easy Baked Ribs are, you guessed it…easy! Ribs are simple enough for anyone to prepare at home, even if you don’t have a grill or smoker. I’m just going to say it, the weather here lately has been cray-cray. Sunny one minute, raining sideways the next, flash flooding in the blink of an eye, and soft ball-sized hail pounding the ... Read on »
Being Sedentary Makes me Depressed by Jamie L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 12:00am Just over a week ago I took a tumble on my mountain bike. I flew over the handlebars and landed on lots of rocks. Then my bike landed on top of me. I pulled myself together, dusted myself off and rode my bike to the bottom of the mountain. Then I sat and took stock of my injuries. I imagine I was in a bit of shock, because I was shaking, m ... Read on »
Polenta in Red Wine and Rosemary Broth by Astra Libris .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 8:13am I know there is nothing especially unusual about simmering tempeh in a sauce of red wine and rosemary, nor is there anything particularly novel about giving beef ribs the same preparation, although admittedly the household - namely, ours - in which both variations simmer in two pots side by side might be a bit out of the ordinary. ... Read on »