Beef Short Ribs

Everyone will love this rich, tender cut of meat. Short ribs are delicious braised in the oven, slow cooked in the Crock-Pot, or grilled Korean BBQ-style.

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Steak-House Burger

You can grind as much or as little meat together as you'd like, using equal parts of each type.

Slow-Cooker Short Rib Ragu

Rating: 3.51 stars
This Slow-Cooker Short Rib Ragu sauce cooks itself while you're away, and gives you more than one option for an easy dinner. Try serving this satisfying ragu over toasted bread, pasta, or Polenta with Corn and Thyme.

Grilled Cheese with Pulled Short Ribs

Rating: 4.14 stars
This mouthwatering recipe for grilled cheese with pulled short ribs and pickled red onions comes courtesy of chef Govind Armstrong's cookbook, "Small Bites, Big Nights."

Braised Short Rib, Stout, and Potato Potpies

Rating: 4.06 stars
Braised Short Rib stewed in Guinness make up the filling of this Irish meat pie, while crisped potatoes form the top "crust" of this wintertime potpie. 

Heather's Texas Red Chili

Rating: 3.66 stars
Chipotle adds a hint of smokiness as well as a touch of heat to this earthy chili. If they're not available in your grocery store, substitute 1/2 cup dried chili powder instead.

Boeuf Bourguignon Soup

Rating: 3.76 stars
From first bite to last slurp, you won't be able to get enough of this French bistro-style soup, made entirely in one pot.

Hawaiian-Style Short Ribs

Rating: 3.57 stars
This sweet and spicy dish is like an instant tropical vacation, especially since your slow cooker does all the work.

Beef Biryani

Martha's version of this classic dish layers succulent beef short ribs with caramelized onions and colorful spiced basmati rice -- it's fit for any celebratory meal.

Braised Short Ribs

Rating: 3.51 stars
This recipe for delicious braised short ribs is from the October 2007 issue of Everyday Food. To make this dish a complete meal, serve it with creamy polenta with thyme.

Marinated and Braised Short Ribs

The mouthwatering texture of these short ribs renders the long marinating followed by slow braising worth the time and patience needed.

Pressure-Cooker Short Ribs

We love the way the Instant Pot or pressure cooker promotes silky, falling-off-the-bone texture for braise-worthy cuts like short ribs. Here, the ribs are paired with an inspired combination of ingredients (miso paste, whole coriander seeds, and apricots) for a dish that's easy -- but memorable enough for special occasions. This recipe appears in our cookbook "Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker" (Clarkson Potter).

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Miso-Tomato Braised Short Ribs

Rating: Unrated
This succulent short-ribs platter embodies American cooking today: It melds flavors from cultures all around the world with delicious results. Miso is the magic in the marinade—rubbed over the ribs which are chilled overnight, it adds salt, umami, and a subtle tanginess. Fennel, tomatoes, and orange juice brighten the braise, while ginger offers a hint of heat. Garnish with sparkling pomegranate arils for a sweet special finish.

Korean Barbecued Ribs with Pickled Greens

These Korean-style barbecued ribs are served with pickled Taiwan bok choy; the greens are infused with the flavors of rice-wine vinegar, ginger, toasted sesame oil, garlic, chiles, and scallions

Pici with Short-Rib Ragu

These twirlable strands known as pici (pronounced "peachy") are fatter than spaghetti, and are a winning shape for pasta-making beginners and kids. While you play with the dough, the short ribs braise in the oven until they're fall-apart tender and saucy enough to coat the noodles—and melt in your mouth.