1. There are two things I can’t buy here right now. Veal and really nice serving spoons! The former isn’t for sale, unless you pay a fortune online. And as for the serving spoons, don’t people give them to charity shops anymore?! As that’s the only way I can afford them 🙂

    Great photos and recipe. Love this type of stew. Must make one soon!

    • Really? No veal? Wow. I don’t think I’ve had ball since I was a little kid. I don’t know why I was so dream to this recipe. I probably haven’t cooked red meat in 10 years. This is what I mean about a weird attraction to the recipe. The spoons were my great Grandmother’s from Russia. My grandma gave then to me when I told her I had a website and cloud use all this old stuff. Thanks for reading and fire the compliments. I look fwd to your next post.

  2. This is spectacular Amanda. Really. Everything about it. I am very inspired by this stew. I love the complexity of the ingredients yet simplicity of the preparation. You have some gorgeous utensils, bowls, pots and table! 🙂

    • Thanks so much. It is a delicious stew. A lot of the serving stuff is my great grandma’s. It’s so beautiful and special since I really have no special china, utensils or servingware of my own. Times are so different now.

  3. Had this stew last night — made by Amanda herself — and it was exquisite. An explosion of complex flavors in my mouth. It was a big hit at the gathering. Definitely worth trying out the recipe if you haven’t already.

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