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NEWSLETTER March 2014 Happy Saint Patrick’s Day. MCGUIRE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 7955 E ARAPAHOE CT STE 1250 CENTENNIAL CO 80112 303/901-8320 Julie 720/402-5477 Office 720/638-0911 Fax. Irish Stew 8 -10 red potatoes, skin on, quartered
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day
MCGUIRE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT7955 E ARAPAHOE CT STE 1250 CENTENNIAL CO 80112 303/901-8320 Julie720/402-5477 Office720/638-0911 Fax
8 -10 red potatoes, skin on, quartered
6 carrots, peeled, sliced into thick chunks2 stalks celery, cut in chunks
3 bay leaves3 lbs stew meat, cubed (I used chuck)1/2 cup flour 1 dash salt 1 dash pepper 1 dash garlic powder 2 -3 tablespoons olive oil
1 medium onion, diced 4 large garlic cloves, minced8 ounces baby portabella mushrooms, halved2 (8 ounce) cans tomato sauce10 3/4 ounces beef broth(I used consomme)1 (13 g) envelope Lipton Onion Soup Mix 1 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon Creole seasoning (Tony Chachere's)1 teaspoon Italian herb seasoning (Mrs. Dash)12 ounces beer(Guinness, draught or stout)1 cup frozen peas, if desired
Directions:1 Put potato, carrot, and celery chunks in the bottom of crock pot. Top with 2 bay leaves.
2 Season flour with a dash of salt, pepper and garlic powder and coat the beef with the flour mixture. Heat a couple of tbsp of olive oil over med-high heat in a large skillet and add 1 bay leaf. Sauté beef in batches, just until browned(It took me about 3 batches in a 12" skillet). Add more oil to pan as necessary for each batch. Remove and set aside.3 Add onion and garlic to the same pan and sauté over med heat for a few minutes,
then add about half the can of beef broth to deglaze, scraping up the brown bits
on the bottom of the pan. (That's Flavor!).4 Add meat and onions to crock pot, top with mushrooms.5 Mix remaining beef broth with tomato sauce, onion soup mix,
remaining seasonings, and add to crock pot.
Pour in most of bottle of beer (whatever fits, I had a few sips left for me).6 Cook 8 hours on low heat. Stir in frozen peas when done, they'll heat up on their own.7 Serve with crusty French bread!8 *Tony Chachere's and Mrs. Dash are my "go-to"
seasonings for everything. You can use your favorite if these are not available.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
“The wearing of the Green”
The first St. Patrick’s Day parade in Denver was held in 1889,, but wasn’t until 1968 that the parade was officially incorporated. It has grown to be one of the largest parades in the United States.
This year the parade will start at 19th and Wynkoop, continue on Wynkoop to 17th, turn on 17th to Blake and end at 27th and Blake.
Saturday, March 15th
Starting at 9:30 a.m.
Check out the website for information
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