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3 Variations on Beef Stew

  1. Beef Stew in Red Wine Sauce
  2. For many Americans, the quintessential French stew is boeuf bourguignon—beef cooked in Burgundy red wine.

  3. Beef Stew
  4. This beef stew gives you everything you want in comfort food—it’s hearty and satisfying—but what makes it stand out is its subtle, sophisticated use of coriander and fenugreek seeds.

  5. Beef Stew with Port and Porcini
  6. Gail Hobbs-Page developed this beef stew recipe with chuck in mind, marinating it overnight to tenderize it, simmering it slowly, then adding port, red wine and porcini mushrooms to create a rich, deeply flavored sauce.


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