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What about Woosday?

duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
edited 11:47PM in EggHead Forum
<p />This is five quarts of beef stew I did yesterday. I let it simmer for about 5 hours, almost ran out of lump. I would close the bottom vent when searing the beef next time.


  • ArtieQArtieQ Posts: 65
    That looks great. (I think we had the same idea about Woosday!!)

  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
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  • dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
    Not stew but I cooked a couple of these yesterday.[p]picnicshoulders.jpg

  • RoudyRoudy Posts: 431
    duckegg,[p]Nice lookin stew! On Sunday I found a lovely Tri-Tip at Costco - something my local store normally doesn't have. I seared at 650 for 2 minutes a side and roasted at ~450 until 130 internal. It so happens that the roasting time coincided with the time to cook some brussel sprouts that had been treated with EVOO and DP Shakin the Tree. The roasting stage was a two stage cook - hard to see the Tri-Tip below the sprouts. I know Mad Max will be salivating over the home grown sprouts from my brother's garden in Topeka KS.
    The two big stalks of sprouts made for an interesting carry on bag for my flight home from Kansas.[p]Happy Woosday

  • SSN686SSN686 Posts: 3,123
    Morning duckegg:[p]Here is the stew/casserole I did yesterday. The link below will take you to the recipe.[p]PB120004.jpg[p]
    PB120006.jpg[p]Have a GREAT day!

    [ul][li]Beef Vegetable & Biscuit Casserole[/ul]

    Have a GREAT day!


    Brandon, FL


  • TractorTractor Posts: 287
    That beef stew looks awesome! Could you share your recipe?
  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    The nice thing about beef stew is that you can add anything you want to the beef.[p]For this one I cut the beef into 1 1/4 inch cubes, almost any cut of beef is okay, get what is on sale. Brown them up in a little at a time in the a DO with a little oil over hot coals tuning frequintly. put browned pieces aside in a bowl.
    If fire gets too hot close down bottom vent. Ad either water, or chicken or beef stock and with a wooden spoon deglaze the bottom of the DO get all that good stuff of the bottom. Ad the browned beef, cubed up potatoes, onions, tunip, ocra and carots to your liking and simmer till the carrots and tunips are tender. the beef will be fork tender by then.[p]Make sure you start with a full firebox, the beef searing stage can burn a lot of lump.[p]Eat

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