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 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 07:01 pm
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Laurie and I made this for the first time yesterday. Wow, can't tell you how good it was:

8 cloves garlic
2 to 3 pd. beef chuck or round roast cut into 1 inch cubes
1 large onion
1 large carrot cut into 1/4 inch slices
Salt and Pepper
1 tbs. Sherry or Wine vinegar
1 cup red wine
1/2 tsp. fresh tyme or pinch of dried tyme
1 bay leaf
parsley for garnish

1) Peel and mince 6 of the garlic cloves. Combine those with all other ingredients and refrigirate for 1 hour covered.

2) Place in large saucepan. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to simmer and cover. Cook 1 and 1/2 hours. Uncover and boil a few minutes to reduce liquid. Peel and mince remaining garlic, add and cook 5 more minutes.

3) Serve over buttered noodles, rice, or good, thick crusty bread.

Probably enough for 5 or 6 people. But I gotta tell ya, we're only two people, and there's none left. It was so damn good we made pigs out of ourselves.

Tonight, it's Haluski (google it).



 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 07:21 pm
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Sounds really good.
What's for dessert?



 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 07:25 pm
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LOL - we're not real big sweet eaters here, Been baking a lot of bread and hoagie rolls, but not dessert. Besides, after that meal last night, I'm still full almost 24 hrs. later :D



 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 07:30 pm
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Ok I'm all for skipping dessert, lets just go straight to the cheese.........no,no, not again,I'm gonna torture myself again............cheese.......



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fedreb wrote: Ok I'm all for skipping dessert, lets just go straight to the cheese.........no,no, not again,I'm gonna torture myself again............cheese.......

id rather skip the meal and go straight for dessert. nothing like my homemade cheesecake, or brownies with cheesecake on top, or homemade pies and cakes and cobblers...........mmmmmmmm



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 Posted: Thu Feb 19th, 2009 06:19 pm
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Joe I am not much of a cook myself but my friend in South Carolina loves to cook .  I told him about the recipe and he is eager to try it .  Will let you know how he likes it.  I expect I will be served it the next time I am in South Carolina in June after muster. 

Thanks for posting . 



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Please Dixie Girl,

Don't mention the cooblers!  I LOVE them.  O.K., the cheesecake, too!



 Posted: Thu Feb 19th, 2009 07:32 pm
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Head's up Joe. Tonight's dinner will be Garlicky Beef Danube. When Dear One gets a gander at how I've torn up the kitchen, like a Cavalier, I will blame you. It better be good enough to temper her temper.

If not, do not open your door if there's a car with Illinois plates in your driveway.

Ole



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Ole - by all means let us know your opinion. BTW, Laurie had it over homemade bread, I had it over buttered noodles. Noodles are better. Would be hard for me to imagine anyone not liking it.



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Shucks!! When I was out picking up bay leaves, I forgot the crusty bread. Will email her and ask to pick up some. I do like the idea of crusty bread more than noodles or rice. (I am up to here with pasta, and I've never liked rice.) With your permission, I'll just whup up some mashed potatoes.



 Posted: Thu Feb 19th, 2009 09:34 pm
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lol - OK, mashed potatoes is one I wouldn't have thought of, but I'm a firm believer in eating what you like and to hell with the "gourmets". Let us know,,,,



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Devils Den wrote: Please Dixie Girl,

Don't mention the cooblers!  I LOVE them.  O.K., the cheesecake, too!


hey DD, whats your favorite cobbler?? mine is peach. i make the best peach cobbler!!!



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 Posted: Fri Feb 20th, 2009 01:09 pm
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Sounds a lot like the marinade I make for roast beef/venison.



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Dixie Girl,
I love them all, but peach (my favorite ice cream as well) and blueberry are my favorite.
IF you ever make it to Gettysburg, go to Kilwin's Ice Cream Shop and try the peach ice cream. Fantastic!
On a side note I am in the process of ordering 10 new peach trees for my orchard!
What other specialties do you make?



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Just to keep things a little organised, I'd appreciate if you opened a new thread on cobbler in the food section rather than posting it here. Much appreciated...



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Sorry about that



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