But this is one that I've been eying for quite some time. And when I saw it sitting on the store shelf by itself with its price tag slashed three times, I knew it was time to take action.

I used about 2 lbs of chicken (bone-in simply because that is all I had) with an onion and a bit of red pepper, plus some chicken broth and spices. Cooked perfectly in 15 minutes. I just had to remove it from the bone and shred it and it was set to be served. I adhered to a slow cooked slow cooked lamb casserole in slow cooker that stated to cook it on low for eight hours, but I utilized the pressure cooker function for 15 minutes and it was juicy and yummy. I can't recommend this item enough.

While the decor and woodwork help set the scene, what makes D'Arcy's a good place is the beer (a great pour on the Guinness) and the very affordable Irish food. While the food is not particularly adventurous it includes good Irish staples such as Bangers and Mash Shepherd's Pie and Fish n Chips for entrees and affordable sandwiches and slow cooked lamb casserole wraps as well.

As chicken is cooking, slice onions, carrots and celery stalks thinly. I like to use a food processor, especially when I'm having to chop so many veggies at once.

There was no crying when I chopped the onions because I used dehydrated onions. I didn't have smelly hands from chopping garlic because I used powdered garlic. I added carrots for sweetness and coffee for an undercurrent of flavor. It was one of the best batches of chili I have ever made. I served it with corn muffins. You may serve it with muffins, too,or crackers. Kids will like this recipe because it isn't too hot.

If you're looking for something that cooks itself while you're at work, this fall lamb stew is great. You'll come home from a hard day at the office to an aroma that will make everyone in the family think you've been there all day, cooking away.

First and foremost let's get this clear, McGuire's is a premier steakhouse. They were named Steakhouse of the Year in 1998 by someone who knows, the National Beef Council. If you like a steak cooked rare or medium rare, I encourage you to try ordering yours cooked "Pittsburg." This is pink in the center while delightfully charred on the outside. If your pallet desires smoky satisfaction then the Hickory Smoked Prime Rib is a must that will not disappoint.

So, I have spent countless hours and years figuring out this recipe and now others will benefit from it. It is has a fabulous flavor and would be a great for anyone. If you are looking to cook all natural, this recipe is for you. It especially works great for food allergies. The hunt for great tasting gluten-free recipes is over. Here is the Homemade Beef Stew lamb stew dumplings that is sure to warm up those freezing cold winter days!