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January 22, 2010


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ooh, yum -- I'll definitely give this a try.

I make a boeuf bourguignon that's similar -- just made it last week in fact -- the kids loved it! The bacon gives it that great extra oomph... oh, and I've learned it doesn't pay to use really cheap wine -- even though the alcohol boils off, the taste remains...

This looks awesome and actually like something I could make. Thanks.

Great post! I've had this meal and it's superb.

how appropriate -- I am in france visiting my mother right now. I will make this with my daughter as soon as we get home!

Hi Jeanne, I loved your story that goes along with this dish and I look forward to trying it. I may not have the right cooking pot though. I have managed to make it to age 49 without a dutch oven. I am going to have to do something about that. best regards, Lisa of the Spinach Pie...

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