Monday, March 18, 2013

Creative Culinary Guest Post: Braised Short Ribs with Cheesy Horseradish Grits and Sweet and Sour Porter Sauce

I'm changing things up just a bit here today.  My friend Barb over at CREATIVE CULINARY asked me if I'd help her out and write a guest post.  There's a lot going on with her these days so she just needed a leg up, and I'm very flattered that she thought of me.  True to its name, she has a very creative site with gorgeous photos, delicious recipes, and if you are looking for a cocktail, this is the place.  So I invite you to join us over at her blog for our little party.  I promise there is some great food as always and valuable information about where you can get some of the best Colorado beef that I have ever eaten.


Hellooooo, gorgeous.  Short ribs from 5280 BEEF.  


Braised Short Ribs with Cheesy Horseradish Grits and Sweet and Sour Porter Sauce.  For the recipe, CLICK HERE.


By the way, in case you missed it . . .



After you visit Creative Culinary, please be sure and head on over to the voting gallery at the PILLSBURY BAKE-OFF CONTEST'S SITE and vote for my recipe for Bacon Corncakes with Warm Maple Cream.  For the first time in its long history, the finalists heading for Vegas in November will be determined by you.  Voting ends on Thursday, March 28th at 12 noon central time.  Thank you so much for your help!

6 comments:

Danielle D'Ambrosio said...

Going to go check it out because those sound AMAZING!

Ansh| Spiceroots said...

Loved the post you wrote and those short ribs ARE gorgeous!

Too tooo too sad that I can vote only once :(

Jersey Girl Cooks said...

CONGRATULATIONS! Woohoo! Heading over to Creative Culinary. Absolte comfort food!

Haley @ Cheap Recipe Blog said...

Just voted for you! Congratulations on being nominated - what an honor!

Karen (Back Road Journal) said...

I just made short ribs the other night...next time I will be making your version. They sound terrific...especially with the horseradish grits.

Kate from Scratch said...

Definitely an awesome combination. Creative yet classic with the right amount of spin. Great recipe!