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A few months ago, my husband and I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to visit my mother in law.
She has just recently married and is living with her new husband and their two sons. Now, she was telling me about how crazy it is how much she cooks. She needs to make enough for 3 men, but I can just imagine that to feed that many grown men, you need to cook double or triple at a time in order to have at least any leftovers at all. Now that I am married and cooking as well, I see what it is like, so I totally understand. Just not to the extent that she has it because I only need to cook for one man while she has three. Yikes!
Anyways, while we were in Georgia, she wanted to cook a special dinner for my husband and me. She made my husband’s favorite dish of hers: beef stroganoff. Now, what is funny is that I had never even heard of this meal.
It was new to me and I had no idea that people even ate that much beef and cream in a meal. But it got me thinking…what if I switch it up to something more familiar to me?
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Quick Tip: Stir occasionally and add a bit of water if you feel it is getting dry.