Making Short Ribs

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  1. Bones

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    Nice fall day...

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    Ahhhh , cast iron !
     
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    MY FIL collects cast iron and dropped off a bunch, (unrequested) a few months ago and has been asking me ever since if I have used it yet. Since we are celebrating MIL's birthday today, I decided to use some.
     
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    Looks good -- nothing beats slow braised short ribs when the weather starts to cool down.

    Re cast iron, I own and use a ton of kitchen tools and gadgets but nothing gets used more in my kitchen than our cast iron pans.
     
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    Unfortunately, we have an electric glass top stove, so cast iron isn't part of my usual arsenal. However, with the flat top griddle outside, I'm going to try and use it a bit more. It's also nice, that all that grease isn't getting around the house on a long cook like this.
     
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    So we are looking at 2 skillets? You lightly fry them first and then cook them in that lovely reduction that you made in the second skillet? How long do you braise them?
     
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    I love short ribs and I have a big iron skillet. Please post or PM the recipe. Thx.
     
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    Short ribs are one of the more underappreciated cuts of beef. I entirely approve of this!
     
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    That does look good. I’ve got a couple of Baby back racks on the smoker.

    Post the recipe, please.
     
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    That looks good for an appetizer.....where's the rest of the meal? ;)
     
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    That looks better than mine....:(

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    we had a huge chocolate birthday cake for dessert on deck, so we kept the meal on the civilized side.
     
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    This is the recipe that I follow. Obviously, I didn't used Frenched short ribs, but otherwise, I follow it pretty closely.
    https://en.maillard.co/blogs/recipes/beef-short-ribs-in-maple-and-red-wine-sauce
     
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    Printed and put in the LET’S TRY” book. We look through this book every couple of weeks to find a new dish to try.

    When you say “pretty closely” what do you change?
    We try to follow the original recipe for the first time. If we like the dish enough we may add changes. 3-4 times, max, if it doesn’t work, it’s trashed. We move on to the next thing
     
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    Dang, all I had was this 1.5lb ribeye. Snapchat-1918965874.jpg
     
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