Short Ribs and Grits

We have been eating a lot of short ribs lately. They’re always a delicious comfort food that can be thrown together in the early afternoon, then braise away in the oven for a few hours while you go about doing other productive things in the house…or maybe, take a nap – then wake up to the smell of a delicious meal bubbling away.

This is another recipe I sent over to my friends at Avalon Winery, along with the red wine cupcakes. It was a spin off my first short rib recipe, but I chose to braise them in a delicious Cabernet and a bit of coffee too – for some added richness. The gravy that came out of the bottom of that pan was pure deliciousness. I served them over a bed of grits, as kind of a nod to our trip to Charleston. Grits are the perfect vessel to soak up delicious flavors from gravy, and it’s a nice change from the standard mashed potato that I usually find myself turning to in these kind of applications.

This would be a perfect meal for Valentine’s Day – especially where so many of you guys are buried under a bunch of snow. Just throw the meal together and let it do it’s thing, then go about your business preparing a beautiful table setting. I served with some roasted Brussels sprouts (I have a recipe for that coming soon!) and it really was a delicious and impressive meal that we all enjoyed. Plus, there’s plenty of wine left in the bottle to enjoy with that someone special. Win-win!

Source: short ribs adapted from Anne Burrell


  1. Posted February 13, 2014 at 9:56 AM | Permalink

    These look amazing! We have a short rib obsession at our house.

    • Posted February 13, 2014 at 11:11 AM | Permalink

      I need to make that short rib lasagna you’re always raving about! Sounds great 🙂

  2. Posted February 13, 2014 at 6:07 PM | Permalink

    These look so, so good! I can’t wait to try them out, soon!

  3. Gina
    Posted February 13, 2014 at 8:52 PM | Permalink

    What was the oven temp on the short ribs please?

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