Garlic and rosemary are the perfect combination in these airy rolls baked to golden perfection. Using an all-purpose dough recipe as the foundation, it’s easy to customize these to your liking with different herbs. This post may contain affiliate links. I receive compensation for purchases made using affiliate links (more information). This is based on
This recipe is the definition of comfort food! The beef braises slowly in the oven, and the braising liquid makes a perfect sauce.
I was hosting a holiday party for my horseback riding club last weekend, and I needed a recipe that would be a crowd-pleaser but still relatively easy to make. Braising is one of my favorite cooking methods, so a pot roast was perfect. I was cooking for 20 or so people, so my go-to of
My riding club had a horse show a few weeks ago. Several chapters of the club get together for the show, and we usually have a chili potluck lunch. I signed up to bring a crock pot of chili and some cornbread. I was scrambling to get everything together for the show (for me and
I was invited to a pie-themed party this weekend and wanted to make something unique. I was torn between a beef bourguignon pot pie and a short rib pot pie. I decided to go with the short rib pie because I knew I could do the short ribs well. I decided to incorporate some saffron
I was going to make these on the grill, but didn’t really plan properly to allow them enough time to start cooking ahead of everything else, so in the oven they went. We had these with grilled strip steak and grilled asparagus. I used the leftovers for breakfast potatoes – just added some onion and