Low and slow braised beef recipes

Slow and steady wins the race.

O Tama Carey's black braised brisket
When it comes to braised beef, it's best to go low and slow. You can't go past a classic beef cheek Bourguignon with pinot noir and mushrooms, or Agostino's bresato al barolo (braised beef shin with Barolo). For a little bit of spice, head to O Tama Carey's Sri Lankan-inspired black braised brisket.