Old School Beef Tips & Gravy are the kind of down-home comfort food that’s perfect for a dreary Spring day! Actually, they’re perfect just about anytime.
Roasted Mushroom Barley Risotto is one of those cozy, fall dishes that takes very little effort but has a huge payoff in flavor. And even though this dish and dishes like this are typically called “risotto” it’s made with barley rather than rice. Call me Miss Obvious, lol! 🙂
I call these Simple Roasted Onions because they’re so easy to make, but the fact is that the taste is anything but simple! They’re rich, caramelized, cooked until they’re just about melty, and absolutely fabulous! It doesn’t hurt to toss in a few garlic cloves like I do (optional) right along with the onions and let them do their thing, too!
I gotta tell ya about this recipe, an old family favorite, the Beef Guinness Stew from Simon Pearce. I pulled this recipe ages ago from either Bon Appetit or Gourmet; I think it might have been a write-in request and it’s been a St. Paddy’s Day celebration dinner and family fave off and on ever since.
I love me some ravioli and I love me some tomato soup, but what I love even more is this Easy Tomato Ravioli Soup. If you’re in the market for a quick, easy tomato soup wrapped with Italian flavor I think you’ll love this little number.