A Good Meal On A Cool Night.

When the weather turns cooler, it is always nice to have something to warm one’s insides.

These hearty meal has been made for generations. Plus, it will be made for many more. It is one of my favorite meals, not only to cook but to eat as well.

Have you figured it out yet?

Yes, it is the Beef Stew. I love the vegetables along with the chunks of meat that cook together, making a wonderful flavor.


  1. 3 Pounds Stew Meat
  2. 1 Onion chopped
  3. 4 Carrots Chopped
  4. 4 Potatoes Chopped
  5. 3 Tablespoon Flour
  6. 4 Tablespoons Oil
  7. Dash Cajun Seasoning
  8. Dash Oregano
  9. Salt to taste
  10. Dash Pepper
  11. Garlic
  12. Meat Tenderizer


1. The first thing you want to do is add two tablespoons of oil to the pan and brown the meat. Once all sides of the beef are brown, I take out of the pan, place in a bowl set aside.

2. Then add the other two tablespoons of oil. Mix in the three tablespoons of flour one at a time. Add your spices to make your rue. Add cold water until your desired thickness.

3. Add in chopped onion, meat, chopped carrots, and beef.

4. Simmer on low until vegetables become tender, roughly about an hour.

I serve with hot biscuits or crackers.  But, you can serve it with whatever you like. Or you can eat by itself.

I hope you enjoy eating these recipes like this one this fall.

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Sausage Casserole

Ever open the refrigerator to make dinner. Only to realize as you are looking on every shelf that you forgot to take something out of dinner. Don’t fret you’re not alone. It was this exact situation that I came up with the idea for this meal. It is super simple to make. It has become a favorite dish of ours.


1 Roll Breakfast Sausage

6 Potatoes Sliced

1 Cup Cheese

½ Onion Diced

2 Tbl Butter

Dash Salt

Dash Pepper

Dash Basil

Dash Tony’s Original


Wash the potatoes. Don’t worry about peeling them, all the nutrients are in the skin, so I always leave them on. Cut in quarters then slice all six potatoes. Next, dice up the onion.

On medium heat, add butter in the skillet to saute onion. Then add the sliced potatoes along with the breakfast sausage. Stir continuously breaking up the meat and allowing to cook thoroughly.

Once the meat is fully cooked, remove from the heat and drain the grease. Return the skillet to low heat. Add herbs to spice to taste before spreading the cheese all over the top of the sausage and potatoes. Allow the cheese to melt before removing the skillet from the heat.

Serve in bowls or plates, makes four servings. Total preparation 15 minutes and cooking time roughly 30 minutes for a total of 45 minutes to prepare.

You can garnish with fresh herbs to make it look more exquisite.

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