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Putting a stew on to cook tonight - would you leave it overnight?

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ThatBigGermanPrison Mon 28-Jul-08 21:11:11

Or would you switch it off and have the oven on tomorrow?

It's for ^lunch, and it'#s a normal oven, not a slow oven.

What temperature?

ThatBigGermanPrison Mon 28-Jul-08 21:16:14


gigglewitch Mon 28-Jul-08 21:20:18

<hi...i know who u are[i think]>
haven't seen you for Aaaaaaaages!shock

Greetings over, I was wondering what was in the stew? assuming it might be beef or lamb, I'd leave it somewhere cool/chilled overnight and put in the oven on about 150c about 8am hmm
will have a better clue when know what you put in it (The DC? is that why you're not saying?[wink)

Moomin Mon 28-Jul-08 21:25:41

The first one. When heat is off it will still be 'marinating' and then you can re-heat tomorrow as long as you get it piping hot again.

ThatBigGermanPrison Mon 28-Jul-08 21:25:45


Just ignore the wax crayon floating in it, it's the remnants of ds2'#s digestive tract.

no, it's shin beef really, which I find doesn't do well at high temperature.

I need to cook it tonight, as it's a day over already blush and I won't make it go another day in summe(don't talk to me about winter blush)

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