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Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew

Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew

Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew

Not even I would plan on preparing a stew with ten vegetables in it!

This Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew simply transpired in a course of events and it is absolutely fabulous!

Root Vegetables for the Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew

Warming and delicious, this stew is not at all tedious or time consuming to prepare as might be envisioned. In fact, its so easy to put together I’ve now prepared it three times!

If you are quick with a knife you can knock out this bright collection of vegetables in around fifteen minutes.

My 6 year old Grandson the J-Dude, and his neighborhood buddies each ate full bowls of this stew loaded with root vegetables as an after school snack. Is that astounding? Really. It’s true.

My next-door neighbors along with us finished off another pot on an impromptu dinner gathering! Seconds anyone?

It was so good I decided to prepare it for my Mom and Aunt Betty when they came to dinner. Another Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew gone. Gone.


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  • By June Cottage Cooking Club, Macaroni Peas on June 28, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    […] The idea of the Cottage Cooking Club is to encourage incorporating more vegetables into our meals. While I grew up with meals each day including a bit of meat or fish or chicken, I also grew up with an aunt, today, 89 year old Conga Line Aunt Betty, who not only cooked an extensive vegetable repertoire but who used to literally serve around 16 different vegetable selections at every holiday meal. We used to count just for the fun of it. One time a guest didn’t like succotash, lima beans mixed with the corn. Can you imagine Aunt Betty jumped right up offering to also prepare either some fresh corn she had shucked and frozen at summers end, or, some corn relish she had put up. With fifteen other choices I think the children at the table should have jumped on the guy and wrestled him. But oh well, that was Aunt Betty. Given that my mothers family had some farming background and were quite fond of vegetables, this might also explain why early on in my blog I prepared a dish called ‘Ten Vegetables in the Beef and Veal Stew.’ […]

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