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November 11, 2009

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maebyn

This is great - I was just about to look up a beef+crockpot recipe since I have family visiting this weekend. Thanks!

(Oh, and there is a typo... I think the cooking times for high/low are swapped)

JoAnn

I know where you're coming from on throwing stuff together at 6 am, but the smell when you walk in the door after an 8 hr day makes it all worth wild.

You can't go wrong with beef & wine - I will definitely be making this soon!

Rusty Shackleford

I assume that the canned tomatoes go in over the meat along with the wine? It says I need a can of tomato but doesn't tell me what the do with it.

Half Assed Kitchen

So sorry about that, Rusty. Yes, pour the tomatoes over the beef with the wine and spices.

Meredith

I made this last night and it seemed that the measurement of flour at the end are off...when I combined 1/4 cup of wine with 1/3 cup of flour I got a pinkish paste. Then I cut back the flour but never got the sauce to thicken.

Half Assed Kitchen

Meredith,

I just double-checked my proportions. I did get a thick batter-ish mixture, which should work to pour in and thicken your burgundy sauce. You could also pour in another 1/4 cup of wine if you'd like your wine/flour mixture to be thinner before pouring it into the crockpot.

Thanks for alerting me!

Liz

I have made this recipe 3x now and it gets better and better each time!

invierta proyectos

Mmmmm great recipe, delicious,

Julie T

The picture shows peas in the beef burgundy, but the recipe doesn't include peas. Did I miss something here? This sounds like an amazing dish. Thanks for posting this recipe. I am a crockpot queen and will definately try this. Julie

Half Assed Kitchen

Hi Julie,

Peas can be added or not. It's up to you. :)

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