Irish beef stew with Guinness (the best beef stew I've ever had, hands down. I eyeballed the ingredients, used organic stew meat, Smithwick's Irish Ale instead of Guinness, and simmered on low in my stainless steel pot for 3 hours. perfection.)
Cèad mìle fàilte!* My love for Ireland was so strong that I even wanted to learn Gaelic. Looking back, I’ve realized that I’m a person who constantly needs to have a visceral passion for something that takes you to read, study, dream, commit… during my University years my deepest passion was Ireland. I used to listen to...Read More »
IRISH GUINNESS BEEF STEW: Mix: 2½ T Flour, Salt, Fr Black Pepper, Pinch Cayenne; Finely slice 1 Red Onion +brown in Olive Oil for 5 min: Add a dash of water as not to brown too fast; Rub 4 Lb Cut Beef w Olive Oil+toss in flour put in pan w drop of oil+ brown well; Pour 8½ Oz Guinness in+ let evaporate +add 4 Md Carrots, 1 Celery Stalk, 2 Lb Potatoes(diced, Pinch Salt, Bay Leaf, 1 Sprig Rosemary+ Thyme, 18 Oz Veg Stock: Bring to med simmer 2 hrs adding broth as needed.
When I was growing up, quiche was basically a staple in our house. My dad would usually go through the fridge and use up any leftover meats, cheeses and vegetables to make a hearty quiche which was typically served with soup or a salad of some sort. Quiche is definitely a good way to use up leftovers. I've always loved quiche. It's sort of like having breakfast or brunch for dinner in my opinion and generally when you think of quiche, you don't think healthy or low calorie by any…
Banana Cream Pudding Shot 1pkg instant banana cream pudding 3/4 c. Skim milk 3/4 c. Rum Chata 1-8oz. Lite whip cream Whisk milk, alcohol & pudding together Gently whisk whip cream into pudding mixture Spoon into plastic containers and freeze for at least 2 hours. Amazing!!