Kitchen Roundtable

I always use the beef broth in a can or box. At first I refused to buy the
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broth in a box because when comparing price, I found it was so much more expensive than the canned. However, once I started using it, I decided it is a nice convenience worth paying a little more. If you don't need a full can - or if you need more than a can, you don't have to open a can and store the rest. I buy low sodium when available and once the boxes became available, I don't use the bouillon cubes or granules at all anymore.

I made Beef Burgundy a month or so ago just for us for dinner. I froze what was left and will take it to my son's house the next time we are there and I need to prepare a meal.

Have fun at your dinner club. We are going to a Blake Shelton concert that night!

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Thank you, Di
I always use the beef broth in a can or box. At first I refused to buy the
Re: I always use the beef broth in a can or box. At first I refused to buy the
With Beef Burgundy, you can keep that very hot so it is ready to serve once *LINK*
P.S. Sometimes while noodles are still hot, I melt butter on top of the noodles and toss with some
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Good dinner last night with church group
Re: Good dinner last night with church group *LINK* *PIC*