I make a Muligan stew. It's basically a "gozinta" stew. Take any vegetable you have and put it in the large tick pot with lots of tomatoes and tomato sauce with beef bouillon and a generous quantity of beef stew meat cut in sub inch cubes. Season with garlic and what not.
Veggies I use are
Potatoes Onions Carrots Celery Cabbage Corn Green beans
Since it has a tomato base it's rather sweet with the savory.
I use an 8 quart pot since I can't seem to get all my ingredients in a six quart. I have mine ready to eat in a couple hours, but I leave it simmering on the burner a couple more hours as I continually eat from it.
My mother made this when I was growing up and I've made this ever sense.
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