on February 25, 2011
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This post was written by JB who has written 10 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
This recipe was quite an adventure!
It’s really good!
This was amazing!
Lots of leftovers, but I’m not complaining.
Another perfect cold weather dish, perfect to make over a long weekend.
My Dad said it was great!
We really loved this…a bit more time consuming…but worth every minute!
Falling off the bones juicy tender ribs…we don”t do alcohol at our house but used the same general process as this recipe was adapted for us; this meal is already famous in my family!
Wow, the aroma in the kitchen was incredible:
Ok – a warm dish for the winter that is just not ending!
I only found boneless short ribs and they came out extremely dark, but very delicious.
What’s red and black and good all over? Check out my post to see. :)
Great recipe, even when one forgets the gremolata completely.
My family liked them!
These ribs are made of awesome, of win! Thanks Dorie!
These were AMAZING. I also did an experiment comparing the gremolata and frizzled leeks. Good stuff!
Another great recipe! Thanks, Dorie!
Loved the gremolata!
This was so good and made the house smell wonderful
My “large” pot could only fit 3/4 of the ribs. But it still came out delicious… so much so that I forgot to take a picture… I’ll enjoy reading everyones posts though.
I LOVED this one!
Really great! The Tagerine Gremolata took the ribs right over the top – what an unexpected delightful addition!
Finished this post up while sitting in the New Orleans’ airport, on our way back home after eating as much as we possibly could in 3 days – John Besh’s August, Donald Link’s Cochon, Emeril’s New Orleans, and Cafe Du Monde, to name a few!
We served these short ribs for a small dinner party and everyone absolutely raved. Layers and layers of magnificent flavor!
Both Nana and I loved this ! Haven’t had meat this amazing in a while.
More than worth the effort.
If I was stuck in a blizzard, I’d want to eat these short ribs. Oh wait…I WAS stuck in a blizzard!
Lovely with or without wine: http://www.momfoodproject.com/2011/02/25/ffwd-short-ribs-in-red-wine-and-port/
Loved making eat and eating it!
We loved this at our house! A perfect meal for entertaining.
short ribs + friends + wine = love
I’m getting hungry just thinking about these ribs!
Wonderful aroma and flavor. Glass of wine and forgot the gremolata :( Guess I’ll have to make again!
Barely got a picture in of this as my guests pushed past me to get at it! If you made this without the gremolata I think you should make it again. Loved it!
Bloody amazing! Almost didn’t fit in my big Dutch oven, either – I bought a new, bigger one for next time, though!
Just think about red wine on the ceiling…
Ran out of time! guilelessgourmande.blogspot.com
Even better as open faced sandwiches the next day: http://onewetfoot.wordpress.com/2011/02/25/ffwd-short-ribs-in-red-wine-and-port/
Thoroughly enjoyed this one:)
These were delicious.
As if I didn’t have a serious case of spring fever before I made this recipe, I’m beyond help, now!
I made a few alterations to the recipe, but it was still amazingly good!
Thought I wouldn’t pull this together in time but so glad I did!!! Well worth the effort!
A French experience in every way!
I thought I would do the whole month of February’s selections for (1) dinner and we loved every bite! The ribs were amazing witht he gremolata, I had know idea, delish.
I even had it up on time for once!
Started on Wednesday, finished & served on Thursday and finally posting today. Very good. Loved the way my home was filled with the short ribs’ appetizing aroma. http://thewellwornapron.blogspot.com/2011/02/ffwd-dorie-greenspans-short-ribs-in-red.html
I broke a few rules in making this dish … I used a boneless chuck rib, I browned instead of broiled, and used lemon rind in my gremolate rather than orange. In addition, I’m posting on Saturday as opposed to Friday! Rebel that I am. :)
Not a total success, but that’s due to me. Still quite good flavor! http://zwetschgen.blogspot.com/2011/02/short-ribs-in-red-wine-and-port.html
This was wonderful! I wish I had some to cook right now!!
Well I finally joined FFwDorie! I hope I can make an appearance every now and then. I happened to make this short rib recipe last November and had such great success with it. I know I will love so many more of Dorie’s recipes if I can just find the time to cook! Here’s my post about the very important dinner we made. Turns out that one of the guests of that dinner has now hired my husband, who starts his new job next week. Can’t give all the credit to the short ribs, but the overall experience he had at our home definitely created a wonderful starting point for the hiring process. So thanks Dorie for so many things!
And I can’t wait to get to know more people and learn about their cooking experiences through this group.
I’m late on my first post. This dish taste great, but took me two nights to complete. It is better for a weekend of cooking. All the same, I will be enjoying the short ribs all week long.
Braised short ribs turned out beautifully. We loved the dish. I served it with polenta and added sauteed baby bella mushrooms to the pot. It was delectable!
So incredibly fantastically melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
did I mention how good this was?
I do love a good short rib recipe and this one did not disappoint. Made crispy tacos with the leftovers and that was a great treat as well!
1/9th recipe, delicious
Hoping for a Braised Short Rib Scented Candle.
What a wonderful recipe. Hard to wait the day but we did. I served it with soft polenta (forgot to buy potatoes) and with my husband and 2 guests not a drop of anything was left over.
Too sick last week to get done in time, but better late than never. This was delicious!!!
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/02/short-ribs-in-red-wine-and-port-french.html – wonderful!
All of February is posted together. We ate the short ribs tonight and they were lovely. I especially liked the gremolata.
Totally late, but still wanted to contribute. This was my first time making short ribs, my first time using a dutch oven, first time making a gremolata… A lot of firsts, but it was fun :-)
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