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Monday, October 27, 2008

Beef Stew

How many times have I said that
From beef stew
I have been using more and more ready mixes since I started working? Well, this beef stew is a recent addition to those dishes. I particularly like McCormick mixes.

Although my Filipino tongue prefers the tomato-based kaldereta style of beef stew, I figure, if I use these ready mixes, I cannot go wrong in that my husband's palate will probably be familiar with that taste. After all, they are just a mix of spices. As long as I use our home-grown beef, and fresh ingredients from the grocery store, then I am all set.

The ingredients and directions are in the back of the package itself, so I will not post it here anymore.


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