I can’t even explain how many times we ate this in our childhood. And I don’t even want to admit how many times I have made it as an adult as well. Beef Stew is what we called it. And boy is is it hard to take a picture that plays respect to the taste. I wish you all had smell-a-vision.

But for around $25, I have fed my family four times with this. Once last night, three for freezer.


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  • 1 cup gravy powder
  • 4 cups beef stock
  • 5 potatoes (give or take whatever you prefer)
  • Dash of Worcestershire sauce
  • OPTIONAL- Other vegetables such as carrot, squash etc.

Ready for the best part? I just chucked it all in the belly of Salvador Slow Cooker and left it for 8 hours.

I know future me is going to love myself sick when I am stressed and tired later on; then remember that have this giant serving of ‘childhood memories’ to take out and heat up.