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Bachelor Stew

linzeal (197905) writes | about 10 years ago

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Greetings all. Dry bread without mold stirs within me a need to make stew, must be parcel to a russian genomic memory that I have in me or something, yeah that is it.

Ingrediants: Stew beef, 3 day old artisan bread in cubes, potatoes, orange rind, maui onion, garlic, celery, 2 cans no salt tomatoes and 3/4 a can of Guiness. Spices: Cumin, fresh ground smoked pepper blend, habenero powder, ground pumpkin seed, curry powder.

Greetings all. Dry bread without mold stirs within me a need to make stew, must be parcel to a russian genomic memory that I have in me or something, yeah that is it.

Ingrediants: Stew beef, 3 day old artisan bread in cubes, potatoes, orange rind, maui onion, garlic, celery, 2 cans no salt tomatoes and 3/4 a can of Guiness. Spices: Cumin, fresh ground smoked pepper blend, habenero powder, ground pumpkin seed, curry powder.

Topped with Sriracha and fresh live yogurt, yum.

Anyone got any good "bachelor stews", also called crazy stews colloquially 'crazy stews'. I have been hit and miss with tofu, but love to eat it in stir fry.

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