|Complete Book of Soups and Stews|
|by Bernard Clayton|
Bernard Clayton, Jr.'s, first book, The Complete Book of Breads, won the coveted Tastemaker cookbook award and was praised by Craig Claiborne as ...
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Mix all ingredients ... with foil. Bake at 350 degrees for 3 hours. DO NOT PEEK! Great for busy afternoons--use your timed bake on the oven, if necessary.
Layer all ingredients, starting with stew meat. Sprinkle tapioca, ... in covered roaster at 250 degrees for 5 hrs. May add other veggies to your taste.
Put beef in large bowl. Add soups as is (do not dilute). Season. Mix well with hands. Add water (or wine) and mix again. Put in closely covered ...
Cut stew meat into bite ... for 3 hours. No peeking. At this ... on a busy day or a Sunday, I put it in my oven on time-bake. Serve over rice or noodles.
Put all ingredients ... hours. DO NOT PEEK! Let stand ... noodles. Serves 6. This can also be made in an appropriate sized crock-pot. Cook about 6 hours.
Cut meat into ... seal tightly. Bake stew in slow oven ... juice and liquid from vegetables form nicely flavored gravy. The tapioca thickens it. Serves 6.
Mix and place in heavy roaster. Bake 5 or more hours at 250 degrees. Don't peek!
Mix meat and ... in a Dutch oven. Season to taste. Dissolve tapioca in tomato juice. Pour over meat mixture. Bake at 250 degrees for 5 hours. Do not peek!
Mix all together ... then place heavy lid on top.) Bake at 250 degrees for 5 hours. NO PEEKING!! Serve with hot crusty bread, salad and a light dessert.
Combine all ingredients in heavy pan and bake at 250 degrees for 5 hours. DO NOT PEEK!
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