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    Staycalm Guest

    Default Beef casserole recipe for slow cooker

    I am going away on the weekend to a B&B with a kitchen and we will be
    cooking for our family and my parents one night. I'd love to make a
    casserole for us. I have in mind something quite rich tasting (not spicy)
    with beef, veg and with some sort of pulse (chickpeas, etc). We like
    mushrooms and olives. We are heading into winter here so something hearty
    would be nice.

    Has anyone got a really delicious recipe?



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    sf Guest

    Default Re: Beef casserole recipe for slow cooker

    On Fri, 18 Apr 2008 12:12:23 +1000, "Staycalm"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I am going away on the weekend to a B&B with a kitchen


    I wonder if you're unclear on the concept of what a B&B is.

    >and we will be
    >cooking for our family and my parents one night. I'd love to make a
    >casserole for us. I have in mind something quite rich tasting (not spicy)
    >with beef, veg and with some sort of pulse (chickpeas, etc). We like
    >mushrooms and olives. We are heading into winter here so something hearty
    >would be nice.
    >
    >Has anyone got a really delicious recipe?
    >

    Google for "strata recipe". Personally, I'd make a Dutch Baby which
    is related to souffle.


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    Default Re: Beef casserole recipe for slow cooker

    On Fri, 18 Apr 2008 12:12:23 +1000, "Staycalm"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I am going away on the weekend to a B&B with a kitchen


    I wonder if you're unclear on the concept of what a B&B is.

    >and we will be
    >cooking for our family and my parents one night. I'd love to make a
    >casserole for us. I have in mind something quite rich tasting (not spicy)
    >with beef, veg and with some sort of pulse (chickpeas, etc). We like
    >mushrooms and olives. We are heading into winter here so something hearty
    >would be nice.
    >
    >Has anyone got a really delicious recipe?
    >

    Google for "strata recipe". Personally, I'd make a Dutch Baby which
    is related to souffle.


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