Category: Beef

Roasted Beef Short Ribs

I love short ribs.  They are a very rich, special dish that can be prepared in a variety of ways.  Here are links to ones I’ve created: All of these recipes have one thing in common:  they are all cooked in liquid, or “braised” using culinary terminology.  Some of these recipes also call for two

Easy Crock-Pot Short Ribs

I did a Slow Cooked Beef Short Rib recipe which was modified from a recipe found on the Pioneer Woman website.  It was great, I stand by it, and I’ll make it again some day.  But not yesterday.  I just didn’t want the hassle of using three different cooking vessels to make short ribs.  I

Low Carb Beef Stir Fry

You can easily carb this up by serving it over rice, but on its own, this is a pretty delicious and healthful dish.  Truth be told, my Number One Fan had several “Reduced For Quick Sale” cuts of beef in the freezer, which was very frugal of her, but she had no plan to prepare

Versatile Italian Meatballs

Inspiration for this dish came from the South Your Mouth website, but with some modifications, as any reader of the Kitchen Tapestry should come to expect.  My Number One Fan gets all the credit for finding, modifying and preparing this really great version of the classic Italian meatball. I labeled this “Versatile” for a reason. 

Braised Short Ribs

This another short rib recipe from the Pioneer Woman website.  Short Ribs are good dinner fare; the aroma of them simmering away in a rich broth, filling the house on a lazy Sunday afternoon is the stuff of culinary legend.  I’ve adapted several short rib recipes into my Kitchen Tapestry, including Beef Short Ribs &

Swedish Meatballs

I’ve had versions of this dish over the years generally as an hors d’oeuvres at a cheap happy hour buffet somewhere, along with miniature egg rolls and those little cocktail sausages in barbecue sauce.  They were prefabricated and plastic, and just damned awful if not good for soaking up alcohol.  This recipe is nothing like

Shepherd’s Pie

In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, I decided to try my hand at making Shepherd’s Pie.  Normally for St. Pat’s day, I would do my version of Corned Beef & Cabbage for this non-holiday holiday (recipes here: Roasted Corned Beef Brisket with Mustard Sauce; Fried Cabbage with Caraway), but I made those dishes just a

Sloppy Joe Stuffed Bell Peppers

I have no idea where I got this recipe, but I’ve had it filed away for some time.  Stuffed bell peppers were a staple on our table when I was growing up.  I suspect that was because bell peppers were cheap and my dad even grew them in our backyard garden in the summer.  The

Yorkshire Pudding

This recipe should really be called “Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding,” because that’s what you eat with Yorkshire Pudding.  This is, in fact, the national dish of Great Britain.  But I’ve already posted the quintessential roast beef recipe, Roast Prime Ribs of Beef Au Jus and you can click here to get it.  So, this

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