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Today, I'm making delicious braised ribs with Gremolata pasta. Braising is our friend. It makes super-ultra-tender meat and a delicious sauce to boot. Let's get started!

Ingredients, broken up by step:
1/4 cup All-purpose flour
1 tsp. Kosher salt
1 tsp. Black pepper
1/4 tsp. Cayenne pepper
1-2 lbs Boneless (or Bone-In) Ribs
1 T. Olive Oil

1/2 cup Onion, diced
1/2 cup Carrot, diced
1/4 cup Celery, diced
1 T. Garlic, minced
1 Bay leaf
1 T. Olive Oil

1 T. Tomato Paste
2 T. Dredging flour (above)

1-1/2 cups Beef broth
1 cup Dry Red wine
1/4 cup Sun-dried tomatoes (not oil packed), halved
1 T. Worcestershire sauce

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare onion, carrot, celery, and garlic and bay leaf; set aside.

Combine flour, salt, pepper, and cayenne in a Ziploc bag. Add ribs, one at a time, and shake to coat evenly (Save left-over flour. You'll need it in just a bit).

Heat 1 T. Olive oil in a large Dutch oven over medium heat. Add dredged ribs, and brown slowly, about 8 minutes.

Turn ribs and brown the other side for 8 minutes. Remove from pan. Pour off all fat (leaving it in will make the sauce taste burnt).

Add 1 T. Olive oil to Dutch oven. Add vegetables, garlic, and bay leaf. Add tomato paste and cook, about 5 minutes until vegetables are soft, stirring often.

Add 2 T. of flour used to dredge ribs, stir until vegetables are coated.

Deglaze with broth and wine.

Stir in tomatoes and Worcestershire, and bring to a simmer. Arrange ribs in sauce (bone side up if you are using bone-in ribs). If you don't have an awesome cast iron Dutch oven like me, you should put the ribs in an oven safe casserole dish or pan and over tightly with a lid or with foil. Or go buy one. They're only like $30-40.

Cover, and braise in a 350 degree oven for two (2) hours. Two hours is a really long time. Enough for six beers or most of a bottle of wine.

A little while before the ribs are done, it's time to make your Gremolata Pasta.

Ingredients:
1 package fettucine, cooked
1/4 cup Chopped Fresh Parsley
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
2 T. Olive oil
1 T. Garlic, minced
Minced zest of 1 lemon (or 1 T. or so of lemon juice)
Salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes to taste

Cook pasta in boiling, salted water according to package directions; drain well. Combine other ingredients and add to hot pasta. Toss to coat


Serve with ribs and sauce. Isn't it glorious?



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damn. looks good! nice dish

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Next time, call me over to take the photo. I used to work for a food photographer in Chicago (his wife was the food stylist, which is what that photo is in dire need of). That sauce on the plate and the mystery substance on the top of the plate is truly unappetizing. The noodles look dry, too, and could have used a spritz of butter spray or a light coating of olive oil to give it shine right before you snapped the picture. A baby blue plate and a sprig of parsley or other garnish might have helped as well.

I'm sure it is delicious, but that picture doesn't look as appealing as Filly has remarked.

P.S. Just busting your balls. Laughing

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you bastard! dont think i don't know what you're doing! oh yeah everythigns fine i have you come take pictures and then you're like "HAY! Can I HAVE SUM!? LOL"

nice try slick Laughing



on the real though....it was fuckin gooood. haha only took a month to get replies too!

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Sheriff Kevin wrote:
you bastard! dont think i don't know what you're doing! oh yeah everythigns fine i have you come take pictures and then you're like "HAY! Can I HAVE SUM!? LOL"

nice try slick Laughing


Damn, you're onto me. Laughing That ingredients list made me hungry.

Sheriff Kevin wrote:

on the real though....it was fuckin gooood. haha only took a month to get replies too!


No wonder it looks dry. It looks really good for food that's been sitting around for a month. Hehehehe... Wink

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don't listen to him!!!!!! The dish is awesome! Who cares its about how it looks its about how it tastes!!!!!!! Razz


 

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BUMPERELLA wrote:
don't listen to him!!!!!! The dish is awesome! Who cares its about how it looks its about how it tastes!!!!!!! Razz


Aw come on, Danielle... I was just messing around.



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you guys are silly Very Happy

next time i'm thinking
Pasta and Chicken in Vodka Sauce
or
Chicken with White Wine and Garlic




however i will NOT be making this:

hot dog wrapped in bacon wrapped in a burger covered in cheese.

OR THIS

kielbasa, wrapped in bacon, wrapped in a mixture of ground beef and chorizo, capicola, and cheese, on a half loaf of italian bread.

odds are they'd be delicious...and deadly. no thanks!

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Wow.

If it's served on a paper plate, it's probably best NOT to photograph it.

Glad you're not gonna clog your arteries with that slop.

Very Happy

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yeah someone sent me those and all i could think of was "OH GOD OH GOD SO GOOD BUT I DO NOT WANT TO RISK DEATH OVER FOOD!"

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That is just scary I wouldn't feed it to the dog!! Laughing

If your going to do the vodka sauce & chicken throw in some sun dried tomatoes!


 

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It looks the same going in as it will coming out...at least it's honest. Laughing

my arteries are constricting just looking at that...ugh.


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Jamie Tyler wrote:

It looks the same going in as it will coming out...at least it's honest. Laughing


As long as you flush.........or call the plumber. Wink


 

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