Crock Pot Recipes: Easy Beef Stew

I like to make beef stew, especially as days get cooler. It's a crock pot meal; tasty, easy, and it lasts for days. It also tastes generally the same no matter how much you try to play beef casserole with potatoes the recipe. Unless you start adding strong flavors like chipotle (not a bad idea) or other off the wall ingredients, it's going to come out as the same comforting beefy goodness that's familiar to all of us. Here's how I make it, with a couple of tips if you don't have any stock around.

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