Pat is a trusted home cook.
I don't have a stew recipe for you but have you considered roast beef hash with those leftovers? A few boiled potatoes diced with the diced meat, onions and lots of black pepper make for a wonderful leftover supper!
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
Or just warm it up a bit or eat it cold. A leftover standing rib roast doesn't seem like a great candidate for a stew.
Chops is a trusted home cook.
bet it would make a great french dip sandwich w/ au jus.
You probably won't want to cook the leftover rib roast for a long time like a stew as I imagine the meat may get too chewy. You can maybe cook the vegetables in beef stock and wine first, and then add the beef toward the end just to warm it up. I've done that to make pie filling with leftover rib roast before.
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