It'll Grow a Limb Back Beef Stew

Linsey Ballard


My Mom is a great cook, and when I was a kid and would get sick she would always make me beef stew, and it was a cure all. So i stole her recipe and changed it to make it my own. Now when my boys get the crud (or lose a limb) I do what my Mom did for me.


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A whole litter


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1 pkg
beef stew meat
1 lb
ground beef
1 large
onion, chopped
1 clove
chopped garlic, or you can use already chopped garlic in a jar
4 medium
potatoes, peeled and chopped
1 small
package of baby carrots
1 can(s)
sweet peas (drained)
1 can(s)
black eyed peas with snaps (drained)
1 can(s)
corn (drained)
1 can(s)
diced petite tomatoes (undrained)
beef bouillon, cubes (or to taste)

How to Make It'll Grow a Limb Back Beef Stew


  • 1In a crockpot- put stew meat in with 1 1/2 cups water and 6 beef bouillon cubes, cook until tender and almost falling apart(several hours)....DO NOT DRAIN
  • 2In a Large pot, brown ground beef and throw in onions and garlic....DO NOT DRAIN
  • 3Pour stew meat and broth in pot.
  • 4Put all veggies in pot.
  • 5Pour 3 or 4 cans of water into stew, add the remaining bouillon cubes, salt and pepper to taste, cook until potatoes and carrots are very tender.
  • 6And thats how you grow a limb back ;)

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