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.)
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