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Old 11-19-2012, 10:12 PM   #21
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I checked on Saturday. Both soups are available where I shop.
And where would that be, my friend?

As though I could tolerate shopping at at a store in the next 3 days... Today was enough.
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Old 11-19-2012, 10:33 PM   #22
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I saw the soups at Market Basket in Nashua.

I stopped at the market today and agree - stampede.
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:05 PM   #23
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I looked again at my Stop and Shop again tonight and neither was there. But they have a Campbell's display thingie that only stocks certain soups. The others are on the bottom shelves, chicken noodle and tomato.

S and S seems to be into the soup makers more "gourmet" offerings than old standbies.

I totally finished my shopping tonight and it was so stressful I had to have 3 glasses of wine !!!!

There is a market basket in Somerville I think.

Pecanis, please note that the delicious homey look of your food had caused me to lose my mind and search wide and far for canned soup that I do not use!! :-)
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:07 PM   #24
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oh--my--goddd---cm, are you really gonna go and try to sell another breville?! to ME?

jk, cm. thanks, i'm keeping my eye open for one--tis the season.... :)
hahaha I see you're paying attention vituata, well, if Breville made a Dutch Oven I'd have it that's for sure. They make the best everything.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:27 AM   #25
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Looks good

Pacanis,

Thanks for the post, I was just looking for good winter beef dishes in the DO.

John
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have you ever tried eating beef jerky? I tasted it once and i it really taste good. I purchased my favorite at The Jerky Connection - The Best Jerky On The Planet.... heheheh try it especially the hot and spicy.. You're going to love it.
I have an electric slicer and I have made my own jerky on more than one occasion. It never lasts too long though. As fast as it is ready, it is gone.
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Dutch Oven Beef with Gravy Recipe I'm not sure if this is a stew or a casserole, but I know it's a beef recipe so stuck it here under Beef. Start with a 1.5 lb chuck roast and trim into bite size pieces. Shake the pieces in some seasoned flour (I used salt, pepper and yellow curry powder) and brown in batches in a Dutch Oven using EVOO. Add all the beef back into the DO and add some mushrooms. Stir. De glaze using a red wine. I used about 1/2c of burgundy. Then add 1 can each of Campbells cream of onion soup and French onion soup. Stir and mix all together. Put the lid on and put in a 300F oven for two hours. That's all there is to it. It reduces and thickens nicely. 3 stars 1 reviews
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