We buy a 1/4 cow grass feed from a local farm. What choices do I have for all the stew meat??
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There are many things you can cook with stew meat. Chili with maze dumplings, Slow cooked Mexican Beef to use in tacos or tamales, I can see a pull beef/sloppy joe sandwich made in a crock pot. You also can take a look at beef vindaloo recipes and serve it over french fries (I had this at a British pub and it is great).
I like making boeuf bourguignon with good stew meat.
The trick with stew meat is to remember that taste and texture are dependent on how it is cooked--low temp, slow braise will give you tender results every time. What you do from there is limitless!
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I love a good beef stew and this one from the site is exceptional (and freezes well) http://www.food52.com/recipes...
You can also grind it up and make hamburger patties.
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The tricky problem stewigrass fed beef is its lack of marbling. For flavor you have to compensate possibly by adding Bacon or even anchovies.
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