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November 14, 2016

BLOGLIKECRAZY 2016 DAY 14: The Sewing Gourmet - It's savory time ya'll...

...it's finally Fall in Georgia.  Time for College Football games, restful Saturdays and Savory Brown Meat and Gravy recipes.   My MaMa says that Short Ribs are best made in the Fall.  You know how it is, we tend to do as our Mothers do and that's just the way it is...

Short Ribs are not cheap; so I purchased two packs each containing four ribs.  This will make my wonderful Sunday dinner, lunch for Monday and maybe Tuesday's dinner as well.  After which I will have grown sick and tired of them and they will be placed in the freezer (gravy and all) for future vegetable beef soup making -  yet another Savory Fall/Winter meal.  I used my sister's wonder recipe below:


 BRENDA  ULTIMATE SHORT RIBS OF BEEF
2 TO 2 ½ Pound Chuck Roast
Or 8 to 10 Beef Short Ribs
Salt, Cracked Pepper and Granulated Garlic Powder to taste
1 envelop Lipton’s Beefy Onion Soup Mix
1 Large Onion, Sliced
Cooking Oil
Wash and season roast or short ribs with the seasonings listed to taste.  Place a small amount of cooking oil in a skillet (just enough to cover the bottom of the skillet). Seer/Brown on all possible sides.

Transfer roast/ribs to a Dutch Oven; add all remaining ingredients except onion.  Cover pot and place in a pre-heated oven for 1 ½ hours.  DO NOT OPEN OVEN UNTIL TIME HAS ELASPED.

Open oven; add sliced onion and rotate pot 180 degrees.  Continue to cook for 1 additional hour longer.  Remove pot from oven.  Liquid can be used to make brown gravy for the roast or short ribs.

I serve with fresh string beans, Rice or Mashed Potatoes and Jiffy Corn Bread.





ENJOY!!!!


14 comments:

  1. Anonymous11/14/2016

    Yum,yum.

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  2. Delicious looking food Ms. Faye! When I was a meat eater, I never had short ribs made like this. Looks like a great "southern" meal that anyone would be proud of! Enjoy!

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    1. I don't make it often but it is great comfort food Myra!

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  3. YUM, YUM!! I WILL try this!

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    1. Dara hope you like it a lot when you do try it!

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  4. The onion soup mix is an inspired way to season those ribs. Your sister is genius on this one! That looks like it was a delicious dinner, Faye! And congrats; you're halfway through your post-a-day November, and that must be hard to do!

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    1. My Sister Brenda is a wonderful savory cook Marjie. My Sister Pat is the baker in the family. And yes, HALF WAY there feels marvelous!

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  5. I still have yet to try the other recipes that you sent me. But, I definitely will add this one to the list, yummy!

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    1. Alethia, please let me know when you try one of them. I sent you my very best!

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  6. Sounds and looks so good...love the addition of one of my faves, Jiffy. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Gotta give it a try.

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    1. Aisha I have several cornbread recipes, but Jiffy just seems to go better sometimes.

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  7. This takes me back. My mother made short ribs with gravy, rice and green beans. The good days.

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    1. I takes me back too Quinn. I love brown meat and gravy in the Fall, and adore the slightly sweet taste of fresh green beans too.

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