27 years old
Los Angeles, California, US
27 years old
Los Angeles, California, US
Makes 8 servings
Preheat oven to 325°F. Tie roast with kitchen twine at 1″ intervals; season with salt and pepper.
HEAT OIL in a large ovenproof pot over medium-high heat. Cook onions, stirring occasionally, until soft, 10–15 minutes. Add wine, vinegar, and sugar. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer until reduced by half, 10–12 minutes. Add garlic and broth and return to a simmer; add roast and thyme. Cover and braise in oven, turning roast occasionally, until roast is tender, 2 1/2–3 hours.
Transfer roast to a large baking dish and strain braising liquid over. Cover and chill onions. Cover roast at least 12 hours.
DO AHEAD: Roast can be braised 2 days ahead. Keep chilled.
Combine onion and vinegar in a medium bowl. Let sit 30 minutes; drain. Add chile, basil, chives, parsley, and lemon zest and toss; season with salt and pepper.
Scrape fat from beef; discard. Transfer beef to a cutting board. Bring solidified braising liquid to a boil in a large saucepan. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally, until reduced to 2 cups, 25–30 minutes. Add vinegar and braised onions; season sauce with salt and pepper.
Place flour in a shallow bowl. Remove twine from roast and slice into eight 1–1 1/2″ pieces; season with salt and pepper. HEAT OIL in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Working in batches, dredge meat in flour and cook until browned and crisp, about 4 minutes per side. Arrange on a platter and drizzle with sauce; top with gremolata.
It’s gratifying to see people finally warm to your ideas. Your time has come. Now make the most of it before the moment passes.
You don’t like inheriting someone’s baggage, but that’s what happens when you get together. Remember you bring issues to the table too.
Stay open to developments as they unfold. Drawing a conclusion now could lead you to close the door right when an opportunity comes knocking.
Take stock of what you have. Returns may not be as much as you had hoped, but they’re enough to get you through what lies ahead.
Fraternize with people you haven’t been on the best terms with lately. They’ll appreciate your efforts to keep things friendly.
It looks like you’ll say yes to that offer you said no to for weeks. This could turn out to be the best decision you’ve made all year.
Make sure to get everything you pay for before signing today. Something may have gotten lost in the transition.
Stop projecting down the road and live in the moment. It’s better to be present tense than future stressed.
Honoring your word (even when you don’t have to technically) is always a good thing. It gives you moral clout in a world where the rules change every day.
You can’t move forward until you’ve fulfilled a past obligation. You’ve left this hanging for far too long and loose ends (like untied shoelaces) will only trip you up.
Finding a fit doesn’t mean cutting your cloth to accommodate somebody else’s coat. It means having the patience and fortitude to see if what he’s sporting goes with what you’re wearing.
Your unavailability works to your advantage. It signals to people that you’re not to be taken for granted.
Here’s another jewel from Mary J. Blige off of her forthcoming album, The London Sessions. This one is entitled “Nobody But You.” The project will be released on December 2nd. Pre-order it now from iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-london-sessions/id919753327.
Literally hours after the network announced its new cast and trailer for Season 7, and that Porsha’s status on the show was downgraded from “main cast” to “recurring,” she posted a picture of PHILADELPHIA EAGLES running back LeSean McCoy that has since been removed. She captioned it “#BabySteps.”
The move appeared to refute headlines earlier this week that Porsha is dating a married Nigerian oil tycoon who’s wife wants to beat her a**…and is instead dating Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy, the man who famously left a 20 cent tip on a $60 RESTAURANT bill.
Ironically, questions about Shady’s on-the-field play (or perceived lack of play), over the last two weeks, is a current hot topic in sports.
SBnation.com’s Stephen White wrote of McCoy Wednesday:
He just hasn’t looked the same in the last few weeks. In the first two games of the season, he gained 74 and 79 rushing yards against the Jaguars and Colts, respectively. Not crazy numbers, but 76 yards per game over 16 games is still more than 1,200 yards on the ground. McCoy has only gained 22 and 17 yards in his last two outings, against Washington and the 49ers, respectively. That’s a big damned difference.
Porsha also posted the above Instagram pic confirming that she is no longer part of “RHOA’s” main cast. She captioned it: “No more peach for me, but I still love checking in with my girls” #Blessed #SomethingMajor #JustHereToSlay #TeamPorsha”
Wendy Williams couldn’t WAIT to grill Jordin Sparks about her recent breakup with Jason Derulo.
“I’m good, really. No really, I’m good. I know you think that I’m not good but really, I’m good,” the “American Idol” vet said Wednesday on the show.
Regular “Wendy” watchers already know how Williams felt about Jordin being in such a SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP at her young age.
“It might not seem like it now because you’re only 24-years-old and you spent three years together. You might not feel it now but this is one of the best things that could happen to you,” she told Jordin Wednesday.
The singer replied, “Well thank you, I think I’m starting to feel it.”
She was a good sport about the grilling…until Wendy took it too far, inquiring about the rumors of him cheating.
“I actually don’t want to comment on that,” she said.
Wendy asked if she planned on giving back the BMW that Jason bought her last Christmas.
“I haven’t really had time to think about it, but yeah I probably will,” she said. “He can have it.”
The father of Fantasia’s 13-year-old daughter Zion is suddenly going after custody of the child, according to Rumor Fix.
The website says it has been provided “an official statement” via Fantasia’s rep indicating that she, “is currently involved in a child custody, visitation, and child support legal proceeding filed in Mecklenburg, North Carolina.”
The baby daddy, Brandel J. Shouse, “has very little personal contact with Zion and has provided no financial support for her,” the rep stated, according to the website.
“Fantasia is confident that legal process will move forward smoothly and that the Court will make a decision that is in the best interest of Zion.”
The case will not be heard until 2015.
The rep managed to get in a plug for one of Fantasia’s songs, adding: “Fantasia hopes that her fans understand the sensitive nature of these matters and that she cannot share with them all of the details at this time. Fantasia also knows that all of her ‘Baby Mama’ fans know exactly what she is going though and will support her as she CONTINUES to take wonderful and complete care of her daughter.”
Shouse, 30, reportedly dated Fantasia for five years until they broke up in 2003. The singer is currently in a relationship with Kendall Taylor.