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I grew up on a small farm. My Dad would take care of the land and my Mom was taking care of us, as a stay-at-home mommy. I didn’t always appreciate it – I thought my friends were so cool, having their own key to their house since their parents had office jobs and they weren’t home yet, when we got back from school. My friends could go through the fridge and eat whatever they found, on the couch watching TV. I “had to” go home and eat whatever Mom had cooked, and our whole family always ate together in the dining room.
Boy, do I feel different about my childhood now! It was such a blessing to be able to enjoy a homemade dinner every single day, and what made it even more special was that we really spent that moment together. It’s one of my most cherished memories, ever since my Dad passed away – and this beef stew recipe reminded me of all that. It was my Dad’s favorite!
Original recipe from Paula Deen.
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