Welcome Your Dinner Guests With Comfort Food That Will Pamper Your Taste Buds
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This Festive Meal Won’t Break The Bank But It Will Make You Feel Like A Million Dollars!
If there is a traditional recipe in your holiday menu; one you can’t live without, I would love to hear about it. I enjoy learning more about everyone’s Christmas traditions, just to see how much they differ from mine. And I guess, also, to see if I would get new ideas! Kind of like what happened with this slow-braised beef in wine that I tried last week.
I wasn’t planning on making a completely new dish this year, but about a month ago I found this recipe and it looked so inviting that I had to give it a try. When my husband came home from work and smelled this stew cooking in the oven, he immediately asked what we were going to have for dinner.
The meal turned out even more flavorful than I had imagined, and we decided we were definitely going to serve this over the holidays, when my sister’s family is coming over for a special dinner.
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Quick Tip: Don’t rush this meal! Cooking it slowly will give you the best results.