Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Slow cooking at its best!

The kids found this difficult at 6:30am while I did all the prep to get it into the slow cooker, fried onions and Ras el Hanout Spice Mix was not the best before breakfast...but it was worth it!!! I arrived home that evening cold and in the dark upon opening my front door I was greeted with the most amazing smell!!! Ahhhh the beef was fall apart tender and the whole prunes and date had melted into a thick sauce. Out of this world!!! I served this with cous-cous. Great the next day too!


Marie said...

That looks delicious Julie!!! I can almost taste it!

Sylvie said...

Julie, there is nothing better to come home to than a pot of slow cooked stew. Well, maybe there are some things but it has to be right up there near the top.

Anonymous said...

OOOO! Julie, I have put this on my list for next week! I'm going to be out late a few days and this will be perfect to come home to!