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Default Steak and Guinness Stew

This is a very nice recipe blog tutorial on an easy to make version of Steak and Guinness Stew. I'd not put the celery in and add the obligatory parsnips I love.

With this cool, damp weather I think I'll give it a go for Wed. night.

http://honestlyyum.com/9114/guinness-beef-stew-pot-pie/
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the absolute best use I every found for a dark Guiness was venison - you got some, right? try it - it's loveable!
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the absolute best use I every found for a dark Guiness was venison - you got some, right? try it - it's loveable!
I've got some moose but know where to find venison.
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Tonight is Steak and Guinness and will use eye of chuck for the meat.

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Well, that didn't happen. S&G is on for tonight. I had a chuck steak and cut the eye out and will save that for the grill. The steak is defatted and will start the frying later this afternoon.

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Everything chopped up and in the dutch oven....

carrots, potatoes, parsnip, onion, garlic, home canned tomatoes, crimini mushrooms and a half tsp of marjoram

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add two bottles of Guinness

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brought to a boil, then simmered on the hob till veg done - added three tbs flour and milk for gravy and thickened - added biscuits, placed in a 375 degree F oven for 20 minutes till browned

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Needed salt and pepper.... plated

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Very nice!!
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Thanks Ms Muffin. I have to say it was one of my better offerings but then haven't made it since St. Patrick's Day and was hungry for it. I could fix this once a month but think the next stew will be the Hungarian goulas. I'm craving smoked paprika.
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Thanks Ms Muffin. I have to say it was one of my better offerings but then haven't made it since St. Patrick's Day and was hungry for it. I could fix this once a month but think the next stew will be the Hungarian goulas. I'm craving smoked paprika.
Welcome!

Your simple tutorial and fabulous pictures blew me away.

I WILL be making this once the cold weather gets here.
Oh, I love your CI dutch oven.
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Fabulous, Johnny!

Delicious-looking food and I love your soup plate!

Sass, I have the exact same Dutch oven. It works perfectly well, since it's seasoned nicely. Never felt the need to spring for a Le Creuset.

Someday, I think I'd like to get into Dutch oven competitive cooking. Looks like fun, requiring considerably less effort and endurance than competitive barbecue.

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I have a large collection of cast iron and love cooking in the dutch oven and all my skillets. I keep a stack on the stove and have more in the garage. And with all the CI there is a huge set of All Clad that is the best stainless out there. I have four dutch ovens, one oval Wagner that is very rare, and a Martha Stewart oval roaster that is a knockoff of a La Creuset which I enjoy using but seldom do. My favorites are one skillet that went through a tornado and a Wagner chicken fryer a friend gave me. Rick, at Rick's Rub, sent me a Griswold cover for it. I put it on the back of the hob, upside down, and use it as a warmer.

I have to say the Steak and Guinness I made was one of my better offerings. The chuck steak was so tender and look forward to grilling the eye.
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Last night the mrs said she'd do dinner and made Steak and Guinness Stew with gluten free dumplings. She used a recipe she found on the net and it came out pretty good. I'm ready to do it again.
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