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We tend to go overboard with the meat whenever we have people coming over for barbecue. We always overestimate for fear of underestimating the crowd that will come. The result? Too many packages of different types of meat stored in the freezer not knowing what to do with them. In my case, it’s mostly sausages.
The answer comes in the form of, all together now… STEW! Yes, stew. One can only eat so much grilled or fried sausages. So to make things a little different, I take out my trusty pot, chop those vegetables, bring out those spices, and throw in those leftover sausages from my barbecue party! And then I invite my friends to dinner and tell them we’ll be having stew! But I keep the sausage part to myself for a bit.
Photo courtesy of Mark’s Veg Plot. Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home.
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