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Old 10-02-2013, 10:40 PM   #11
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This is without a doubt the best beef stew recipe I've ever had.

Irish Beef Stew Recipe | Simply Recipes

I made the mistake of bringing it into work one year for St. Patrick's Day. Every year since I've been asked to do the same thing. It really is that delicious!
That looks great! I'm going to try it soon.

The only change I would make is the obvious. .. . Season up front and not the very end of cooking.

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Old 11-08-2013, 02:36 PM   #12
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This is without a doubt the best beef stew recipe I've ever had.

Irish Beef Stew Recipe | Simply Recipes

I made the mistake of bringing it into work one year for St. Patrick's Day. Every year since I've been asked to do the same thing. It really is that delicious!
When I saw the addition of beer, I knew it was a recipe for me. Thanks. I have it copied and in my recipe folder.

I use beer a lot in cooking. Especially braising. It adds so much flavor and no one knows its beer in the dish.
I learned this technique some years ago regarding Spanish "yellow rice & chicken".
Beer took the place of water or stock in the dish.
It was much better with the beer as apposed to water or chicken stock.
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When I saw the addition of beer, I knew it was a recipe for me. Thanks. I have it copied and in my recipe folder.

I use beer a lot in cooking. Especially braising. It adds so much flavor and no one knows its beer in the dish.
I learned this technique some years ago regarding Spanish "yellow rice & chicken".
Beer took the place of water or stock in the dish.
It was much better with the beer as apposed to water or chicken stock.
Thanks! I cook a lot with beer, too. What really makes this stew recipe is the half-beer-half-wine combination. I never would've thought of that myself, but it's just a fantastic combination with the beef and vegetables.
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