Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Beef (Cheeks) Stew

Whether I'm in a city that is filled with great restaurants or a city that has only a handful of good restaurants, eating at home always produces some of the most memorable meals. On one particular night, we made use of some Wagyu Beef Cheeks and braised and stewed it. Then, we whipped up a couple of potato recipes. I also stirred together our homemade Caesar Salad for some of that vegetable balance. Lastly, paired the meal with a couple (or few) glasses of quality Cab. What a dinner!

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Angela said...

Thank you, Amy!
I highly recommend Michael Pollan's, In Defense of Food. This book further influenced and emphasized to me about the importance of quality food. It's amazing how much better my body feels when I eat real foods. I don't miss processed foods at all.