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Recently, my neighbor Anne went on a long trip to England.
She enjoyed traveling through all the different parts of the country and continually sent me photos of all her new adventures. As she traveled through the area, she would always send me photos of the food she was eating. The one thing I noticed is that it was always the exact same meal. It looked like some way or another, it was always a big, hearty bowl of beef stew with a biscuit on the side.
I did not say anything of my observation at the time, but when she returned, I did. I asked her why she always ate the same thing and she told me it is because after trying it on the first day, she fell in love and did not want to eat anything else. She made it her mission to find the best beef stew in all the areas she was in and ate only that for days at lunchtime. She says it was fun and exciting and was still not bored of it after she left the country! Upon returning, she got on the ball and began looking for recipes to make it at home. She found this one and has made it at least once a week ever since her return.
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Quick Tip: Don’t feel like you need to peel the potatoes for this one.