This is an all-purpose beef gravy recipe. I use it to smother Swedish meatballs, roast beef, chops off the grill and broiled steak. Place the veal shin bones and shallots in a roasting pan and cook in the oven for 2 hours. Remove the roasting pan from the oven and place on a burner over low heat. Push the shin bones and shallot to one side and add the flour. Whisk the flour into the pan drippings to make a roux.
This recipe is one of my favorites, the sticky bourbon-molasses glaze gives the meat an irresistible touch of sweetness that balances out the brine. Brining your own corned beef at home is easy, all you need is the right equipment and time, about 7 to 10 days—therefore thinking ahead is imperative. Beyond the pink salt, which can be found at a butcher shop or on Amazon, you probably have the spices in your cabinets already.
Shepherd’s pie is a rustic, humble and comforting dish, and a great way to feed a crowd. This hearty casserole is traditionally made with lamb, but feel free to substitute ground beef, or a mix of beef and lamb, if you’d prefer. Peel and quarter the potatoes. Bring several quarts water to a strong boil over high heat. Salt the water generously and add potatoes. Cook until fork tender, about 15 minutes. Drain well and place in a large bowl. Rice all of the potatoes into the pan with melted butter.
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