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Beef Stew

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Thursday, February 9, 2012 Under: Comfort Food
Beef Broth Stew by Chef Gianna

What makes really good stew?
Some say it is the stock
Others the seasonings
Still some insist it is the meat

I say it is all and just a little more.
When making a pot of stew you have to know what you feel like putting in it.
Sometimes I put celery, and potatoes, and a creamy beef gravy.
Other times I will make a broth base stock add green beans carrots, broccoli, and onions, and even mushrooms.

Then there is the uncanny way we all put our ingredients together.
I seared my chuck roast in garlic, olive oil, and sweet basil.
Then cut it into chunks, tossed it into a slow cooker with all my veggies and simmered on high for 3+ hours then turn down to low for remaining 2+ hours.
Results: Mouth-Watering slow delicious flavors, moist soft meat, and the combination of the juices and veggies all adding that extra nutritional value to a meal that Screams Comfort all over it.
It makes me feel like a Warm & Fuzzy sweater does on a very cold night.!

So when your Body says FEED ME.. and you cannot, do the next best thing call Divadish and she will come to your Food Emergency as fast as you can say Divalicious.!

Food thoughts provided by Chef Gianna
Divadish Foods

Foodies Always WELCOME HERE!!!

In : Comfort Food 


Tags: stews  comfort foods  cold nights  personal chef services 

Beef Stew

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Thursday, February 9, 2012 Under: Comfort Food
Beef Broth Stew by Chef Gianna

What makes really good stew?
Some say it is the stock
Others the seasonings
Still some insist it is the meat

I say it is all and just a little more.
When making a pot of stew you have to know what you feel like putting in it.
Sometimes I put celery, and potatoes, and a creamy beef gravy.
Other times I will make a broth base stock add green beans carrots, broccoli, and onions, and even mushrooms.

Then there is the uncanny way we all put our ingredients together.
I seared my chuck roast in garlic, olive oil, and sweet basil.
Then cut it into chunks, tossed it into a slow cooker with all my veggies and simmered on high for 3+ hours then turn down to low for remaining 2+ hours.
Results: Mouth-Watering slow delicious flavors, moist soft meat, and the combination of the juices and veggies all adding that extra nutritional value to a meal that Screams Comfort all over it.
It makes me feel like a Warm & Fuzzy sweater does on a very cold night.!

So when your Body says FEED ME.. and you cannot, do the next best thing call Divadish and she will come to your Food Emergency as fast as you can say Divalicious.!

Food thoughts provided by Chef Gianna
Divadish Foods

Foodies Always WELCOME HERE!!!

In : Comfort Food 


Tags: stews  comfort foods  cold nights  personal chef services 

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