Spicy Beef Saucy Stew

Spicy Beef Saucy Stew

  Another request from Dad was to make some sort of a saucy stew. He is way too funny and who couldn’t deny his requests. He calls me “Cook and Nurse” so when he wants food, he will yell, “Cook, Cook, I’ll have “insert food idea” here.” He will call to “Nurse” when he needs… 

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