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Made this for Fall PAC 2012 and DH couldn't stop eating this. I cooked this in the crockpot and the meat came out sooo tender and everything was done perfectly. Served over garlic mashed potatoes. Our company wanted the recipe so I ran up and printed them a copy. Thank you for posting.

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mama smurf October 21, 2012

This is one heck of a recipe! We all loved the subtle flavor of the tomato, the added bonus of the mushrooms and onions and the beef was so tender I swear I could have fed it to a toddler. I prepared it in the crock pot and it was finished and literally so juicy and tender in just 4 1/2 hours. The only thing missing were the pearl onions as my small area of the state just does not carry them at the market. I will definitely be using this method again as it made a cheap tough cut of beef feel like we were eating the best there is to buy. Found and made during the ZWT8 tour.

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HokiesMom July 24, 2012

DELICIOUS!!! I could have eaten the entire pot!

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Paris D January 26, 2013

I made this for ZWT 8, Bistro Babes, and it was a huge hit! I combined everything in the crockpot at the same time and the dish turned out perfectly. Delcious! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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Dreamgoddess July 24, 2012

It was a very good recipe. My husband enjoyed it. The gravy needed to be thicker as it was very runny. Make in the oven. Added extra carrots. Thanks for posting.

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aronsinvest October 09, 2011

This recipe was amazing! My entire family loved it; even my picky 13 yr old ds. Smells wonderful while it cooks and so easy to make. I substituted sliced mushrooms and baby carrots, but otherwise followed the recipe as written. I know this is a dish my family will ask for again and again...

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Novice in the Kitchen September 27, 2011

It was another chilly, damp day (and it is JUNE!) so decided to get some stew meat out of the freezer and make this. I have done the Rival version in the crockpot before, and since I had to thaw the meat, decided to do the oven method. Turned out great! I made a couple of minor changes-used baby carrots and sliced mushrooms. It was done in the two hours recommended in the instructions, and the meat was very tender. Served over garlic mashed potatoes. Made for ZWT 7.

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Mikekey June 26, 2011

This was so good. I added potatoes and left out the mushrooms. I also added a large sliced onion instead of the pearl onions. I am hoping there will be enough leftovers my lunch for both my Dh and I but I doubt it, :-( I did need to add a little flour and butter at the end to get it thicker. So yummy!

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Margie99 May 17, 2011

The title 'Beef Bourguignonne' sounds like it would be a complicated dish, but it is really quite simple to make. You get a wonderfully tender beef stew made with red wine that premiates the air while it cooks. All day you hear, 'Is it done yet?". My husband said if he were the neighbors, he would come over and slap me dead in the face because he could smell it outside and it was just wrong not to get some, lol. (he really said that). The only change I made to this recipe (I did mine in a dutch oven) was to double the amount of wine and use 4 carrots cause we love em. DH said next time to add potatoes. Great recipe, thanks for sharing. :)

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2Bleu April 21, 2011
Boeuf Bourguignonne/Beef Burgundy (Crock Pot or Not)