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    Modern Beef Burgundy - America’s Test Kitchen Recipe - Key Ingredient

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    main dishes. beef burgundy.

  • Rebecca Lewis

    Modern Beef Burgundy - Cooks Illustrated. Most of the work is done by your oven (no browning individual ingredients on the stove top!)

  • Julie Hathaway

    Modern Beef Burgundy oven only - America's Test Kitchen

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