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Beyond Dinty Moore

All around the world, beef stew is a showcase for the flavors of home.

By Adam Ried
February 10, 2008

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If you think that beef stew is pure Americana, you're right. But that's only half of the story. Cooks the world over riff on the basic formula of slowly stewing tough meat (that is, cooking it submerged in liquid) until it becomes tender and pairing it with the seasonings and ingredients they have on hand. For instance, Japanese cooks stew ... (Full article: 979 words)

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