This is a great 1-pot meal, perfect for back to school or a busy week when getting a hot meal on the table feels like a stretch.
Braise beef cheeks with beef bacon, red wine, and knuckle bones for hours, for a hearty dinner that will stick to your ribs!
This decadent and delicious cassoulet recipe builds upon layers and layers of incredible flavor. Not for the faint of heart, this recipe is a great way to impress your guests on a wintery day!
Enjoy the pure taste of NY Deli and great sense of accomplishment from making your own pastrami at home! All you need is time, delicious meat and a smoker.
A meaty wonder from @ChefChaya with Lamb Shanks, Lamb Chops and Marrow Bones.
These shanks are simple to prepare, yet unbelievably rich in flavor. The mouthfeel of the jus adds a deep silkiness to the dish, and is almost as good as the shanks themselves!
You may have a tried and true brisket recipe. But if you’re new to meat, or looking for something new, here’s a simple brisket preparation that will be sure to delight one and all.
Brisket is not just for the winter! This tasty sandwich is good year-round.
Want to mix up your chulent? Add cocount milk and some spices, and green peas for color.
Who says roasts are just for winter? This pulled deckel is the perfect meat for a bright summer taco.
Cook on the stove or in a crockpot, this simple soup comes together with very little prep time and delivers delicious results. A little Beef Bacon adds smokiness and depth.
Here’s a simple preparation for roasts that do well with moist, slow heat, such as Brisket, Deckel, Minute Roast or Chuck Roast.
This super simple recipe melds the sweetness of sweet potatoes and spicy kick of Chorizo sausage for a satisfying slurp.
This classic recipe from the Silver Palate works with Short Ribs as well as Flanken (Short Ribs are just a bit leaner and meatier). The meat is simmered low and slow, bathing the kitchen in a delicious aroma and yielding tender meat that practically falls apart at the touch.
A rich, umami-filled preparation for one of our most tender crock-pot cuts, with red wine and three kinds of mushrooms.
The nice thing about using a crockpot in the summer is that it doesn’t heat up your kitchen!!!
Nothing is more warming than a steaming bowl of beef stew. These two recipes — one more “classic,” one slightly fancier — will do the trick on a cold wintry night.
Rich, sweet and inviting, this slow-cooker recipe has a secret ingredient: gingersnaps!
Slow cooked with red wine and herbs, these succulent morsels take very little time to prepare and are positively delicious!
Sweet succulent short ribs, with a spicy udon-noodle salad, easily prepared in a crockpot with a quick sear on the grill to caramelize.