Lazy Day Stew

"This will cook merrily away while you go shopping or take a nap. It's also good if you have the flu and can't face the kitchen."
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Ready In:
4hrs 10mins




  • Grease a casserole dish.
  • Put into it crumbled burger, carrots, celery, soup, water, spices, potatoes, onion, green beans and mushrooms.
  • Cover and bake at 275 degrees for 4 hours, adding a litle more water if necessary.

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  1. Out of the Blue
    Quick and easy recipe to put together. However, I didn't really care for the taste. But that's just me as my two guys liked it so much that they requested the leftovers for their lunch the next day. I added black pepper, garlic powder, and a bit of crushed chilies to suit my family's taste.


I've been cooking for over 45 years now. First I made Jello pudding. Next I learned how to make cream sauce. I still like creamed tuna over toast, rice or mashed potatoes. Many years ago I found a greeting card that said "When I retire I'm going to move to a big house in the country and live with a lot of cats...I've already got a start on the cats." I bought the store's entire stock and sent them to EVERYBODY! Well, now I'm retired, I live in a regular sized house in the country (on about 80 acres), I have a bunch of cats and feed a lot of other critters. There's a mini pig (she's still pretty big),a lop-eared rabbit, a vole who moved in under the stove, a huge flock of chickens, loads of songbirds, an opossum behind the barn(who sneaks in to eat), herons in the spring, pacific tree frogs, and the occasional coyote. We're even in the territory of a couple of golden eagles who stop by a couple of times a year. That's a chicken on my shoulder. JC (Junior Chicken). How he ended up as an indoor chicken is a long, complicated story. JC never learned to crow right. Maybe it was being deprived of role models in his formative months.
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