Simple to make, yet this tangy Red Rib Stew tastes like you slaved in the kitchen all day! In 1903, my great grandmother Carmella, brought this savory Italian recipe and countless others with her from Italy to Canada. Carmella shared her hospitality with all who came to her doorstep.
I suggest serving with some fresh bread, steamed Romano beans (or green beans if you have no Romano beans) and Geeg's broccoli lemon salad. Delizioso! If you do not want to use pork ribs, you can substitute beef stew meat. Then use beef stock in stead of chicken stock.
Live Long and Mangia!
Garlic lowers cholesterol levels and blood sugar which helps prevent heart attack and stroke. When crushed, raw cloves releases allicin, which has been shown to be a more potent antibiotic than penicillin and tetracycline.
Extra virgin olive oil is derived from the first pressing of the olives and has the most delicate flavor and many antioxidant benefits.
For more on eating healthy, I find The Health Benefits Times very informative.