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Sunday Supper

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Sunday Supper

Postby Butterbean » Sun Nov 20, 2016 7:12 pm

Butter Jr. is cooking for T-Day, so I figured I'd do a beef stew today to mark the area's first really cold weather. I used boneless short ribs for the beef (cut into cubes, floured & browned), baby Yukon Gold taters, fat baby carrots, about 9 small, peeled shallots & garlic cloves. Liquid was approx. 1/2 bottle dry red wine (Malbec) and about 3/4 box beef stock. Seasoning was several sprigs of thyme, 1 tb smoked hot paprika, salt & pepper. Brought everything to a simmer on the stovetop in a heavy pot, covered & popped in the oven (325*) for about 4 hours. The house smelled great all afternoon & the finished product was even better. Since I was winging it, I wasn't sure, but was pleasantly surprised.
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Re: Sunday Supper

Postby tj » Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:17 pm

Sounds great! I love doing things like this in a cast iron pot in the oven. Not hard to get started and basically care free once it is in the oven. Deserves a baked apple for dessert.
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Re: Sunday Supper

Postby okbye » Wed Nov 23, 2016 1:28 am

My s-i-l made a cinnamon chili, which was pretty good. I just got a taste though, my heart thing is acting up and I'm off salt. That's gonna wreak havok on my Thanksgiving but I'll live. I haven't had to cook much lately, even though I told them I'm fine. I'll take it, I get a nap now. :)
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