|Carrots take the longest to cook. Start them first and when they are almost soft to the center of the largest pieces, add the other vegetables.|
|Just to see what it was like, I added a turnip and it was a nice addition. I guestimate it was one-part turnip for ten-parts potatoes and four-parts carrots. And then a pint of canned venison.|
|Add some freshly baked yeast rolls and you have a meal fit for this king.|
We use turnips (rutabagas) all the time in stews. It adds a different flavor. For instance, I'm cooking a beef stew tomorrow and it will have one large cut up rutabaga, about 5 or 6 taters and a handful of carrots, 6 or so. It's always good for two or three meals.ReplyDelete
Your stew looks scrumptious.
Whole grain yeast rolls ! Yummy !ReplyDelete
Nice. I've been eating venison every week to clear out the freezer in preparation for this year's deer season. In fact, I just gave some supposed backstrap to my dog. I say "supposed" because it didn't taste right to me but he sure loves it.ReplyDelete
I'll be right over!ReplyDelete