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Cold Weather Comfort #8075209 12/04/20 12:28 AM
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I don’t think it ever got above freezing today, so perfect excuse for hot and hearty food. Vegetable beef noodle stew. The boss wanted to try this new live butter lettuce and mini tomatoes. Pretty simple, but sure filling!! smile
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Re: Cold Weather Comfort [Re: Blank] #8075290 12/04/20 01:29 AM
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I'd stuff myself.


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Looks great!
I made a big pot of potato soup that my wife requested.

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I would hurt myself on that!!

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Could you post us somewhat of a recipe for that as that is exactly what I want when it gets colder here food


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Wow, putting me on the spot, as I don’t really have a “recipe”. We like to just wing it with what’s in the fridge. The wife and I cheated and used the Insta-Pot for most of it. Basically just 1-2# of cubed beef or venison browned in some oil, then the mirepoix (diced carrots and celery, I have to leave the onion pieces big so the wife can pick them out later). We throw in a can of mushrooms sometimes, or sliced fresh if we have them. Cubed 1 or 2 potatoes (Yukon Gold or new seem better than the starchier Russets or Norkotas, they’re better for baking or frying because of higher starch). Add a container of beef stock, salt and pepper, a little minced garlic. A teaspoon of balsamic or red wine vinegar gives it a little zing.

Turn on the pressure setting for 8-10 minutes, depending on your machine. Will take about 15-20 to heat up, then cooks, and we use the natural vent mode. Cook your pasta or egg noodles separately so they don’t get mushy. Add to the mix. I like to make some brown gravy to add, which increases the creaminess. You could also use cream of mushroom soup for that. I know a couple friends like to thicken with cornstarch, but I’m never any good with that. Add more salt and pepper to taste when it’s done

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That tells me what I need to know. I have just about every cooker known to man if my friends on here would stop acting shamful. Thanks Blank


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[quote=Blank. Basically just 1-2# of cubed beef or venison browned in some oil, then the mirepoix (diced carrots and celery, [/quote]

The fact that you know what a mirepoix is is pretty cool, Sir. I think you are holding out on us. C'mon with it!




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That will warm the tummy up nicely up


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