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Beef Stew with Belgian-Style Pale Ale

2.5 hrs to make • Serves 6

Meat

3 lbs Beef top blade

Produce

1 1/2 cups Baby carrots
1 cup Baby peas, frozen
3 Bay leaves
1 Onion, large
5 Thyme, sprigs

Canned Goods

1/2 cup Chicken stock

Baking & Spices

3 tbsp All-purpose flour
1 Salt and freshly ground pepper

Oils & Vinegars

2 tbsp Olive oil, extra-virgin

Dairy

2 tbsp Butter, unsalted

Beer, Wine & Liquor

2 12-ounce bottles Belgian-style pale ale

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