• Easiest Ever BBQ Ribs

    July 9, 2012DishinandDishes

    These ribs are so yummy and… They were so easy! I saw them in Bon Appetit Magazine in my July 2012 issue and was reminded of my Grandma’s recipe for how she used to make BBQ ribs..in the oven.  She used to lay them inside of tin foil, top them with sliced onions and lemons…

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  • Beef Bourguignon

    May 9, 2012DishinandDishes

    Beef Bourguignon always bring to mind Julia Child to me. It’s her baby…and I knew at some point I would have to make this comfort food stew recipe that always has everyone sighing with joy. This weekend was spent getting to know my new camera. Let’s just say, we have a lot more to get…

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  • Irish Beef Guinness Stew

    March 22, 2012DishinandDishes

    St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that some thirty four million American’s are of Irish heritage? Did you know that there is a Shamrock, Oklahoma? Did you know that the harp is the symbol of Ireland?  Did you know that for every one four-leaf clover, there are 10,000 regular three-leafed ones and that the record…

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  • Lean Mean Game Day Chili for a Crowd

    January 12, 2011DishinandDishes

    Please scroll to the bottom of the post for the printable recipe and as always, you can click on the Play button below to watch my Rise and Shine segment below for a live demo!!   We love chili at our house on game days.  I love to cook up a pot, put out the…

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  • Southwest Meatloaf with Chipotle Glaze – The Ultimate Meatloaf

    May 6, 2010DishinandDishes

    I am telling you.  This is the best meatloaf I’ve ever made and you’ll soon see why.  This is not a recipe for the semi-homemade type of cook.  This is a labor of love, a creation of all things good, put together in a pan and baked to a meaty perfection.  This isn’t your grandma’s ketchup…

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  • The Easiest Brisket Ever

    December 26, 2009DishinandDishes

    I’m almost embarrassed to post this recipe. It’s so easy.  It’s so “don’t even think about it”. But it’s soooooo, so good. Christmas with the kids just begs for something special. Enter the brisket. Fourteen pounds of pure animal red meat. Fourteen pounds of goodness, if cooked properly. Here’s how you do it…so simple, so scrumptious.…

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  • Not Your Traditional Shepherd's Pie

    August 27, 2009DishinandDishes

    Okay, I admit it. I’m a sucker for anything with pie crust. So a traditional shepherd’s pie with a crust of mashed potatoes seems sometimes, well….unfulfilling. I have no idea how I started making this pie.  I may have had something similar at a diner years ago and tried to replicate it.  I honestly can’t…

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