Adapted from The New Jewish Holiday Cookbook. I decided to use a written recipe so I wouldn't end up with watery cholent. I omitted the garlic as I don't like it in cholent (my grandmothers never cooked with it!). The meat is tender, the beans firm but cooked through and there's lot of nice gravy. Also, unlike some cholents, you can rewarm it and it's still good. Remember to start the cholent the day before you want to serve it.