• Jon Jefferson

    We gotta get the stews and braises in while we can. Spring is just around the corner. If you haven’t noticed yet, I love the braise (braize? I can’t spell the word today. Both spellings look wrong). An excuse to add beer to something is a good excuse to me.

    • Hi Jon, I’m with you there. I am hugh fan of richly flavored stews. I knew you’d love this one because of the Guinness. 😀

  • Julie

    UMMMM!!! I love beef stew and this look awesome. Another great Pin.

    • Thank so much Julie, Then you’ll love this recipe. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Michelle Grundy

    Love steak in Guinness! It’s nice in a pie too 😉 Good old steak and ale pie, proper British pub grub!

    • Hi Michelle, I love that. There is nothing better the pub grub is there. 🙂

      • Michelle Grundy

        Nope. As a former pub grub cook, I’m biased though 😉

  • I love beef stew. Thanks for the recipe, Susan. I will definitely try this one!

    • Hi Jeannette, So do I. 🙂 Have fun with this one. I know you’ll like it. 🙂

  • Merle

    That looks really mouthwatering !! I use Worcestershire sauce in a lot of my dishes. It gives it that extra zing …. Thanks for this recipe Susan.

    • Hi Merle, That it is, if I don’t say so myself… LOL. I use Worcestershire sauce too when there isn’t any good beef bouillon around. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Haven’t had stew in ages & your Irish version looks so tempting 🙂

    • Hi FS, You would love this recipe. Have and go and enjoy. 🙂

  • doreenpendgracs

    I see the Guinness would be a special thing that would make this Irish stew superior to others I have tried. Guinness makes almost everything better … including chocolate truffles!

    • Hi Doreen, It really does… :-), Guinness is so versital in so many ways. Of course anything that goes with chocolate makes it high on my list… LOL. 🙂

  • Pat Ruppel

    What! not the traditional corned beef and cabbage? Mmmmm this really looks good.

    • Hi Pat, Who says we can’t have both… LOL. Give it a try. I think you’d love it. 🙂

  • Thanks for the recipe Susan. I’ll give it a try. I bet it smells wonderful while it’s cooking too.

    • Hi Sherryl, You so welcome. It does smell wonderful and then it tastes just as good, if not better. Enjoy. 🙂

  • polfeck

    Give me a mutton stew any day. Cheap meats for the austerity Irishman!

    • Hi Polfeck, This is just as good with mutton. Isn’t it funny how the cheaper meats are just the best in stews like this? Happy St. Patrick’s to you. 🙂

  • Karen Koblan

    Ok, this looks delicious! I love stew and I am kind of bored having corned beef and cabbage as the usual St. Patrick’s Day dinner. Thanks for the recipe!

    • Hi Karen, I think you’d love this recipe and I’m with you on the corned beef and cabbage thing. Have fun with this and let me know how it went. Happy St Paddy’s Day. 🙂

  • As I read the recipe my mind went back to my nanna’s kitchen and her stews………thank you for that………….

    • Hi Jo-Anne, Aw… that warms my heart. You’re welcome my friend and Happy St. Paddy’s day to ya. 🙂

  • Pamela Dale

    The best comfort food in the world….thank you for sharing Susan. It looks delicious.

    • Hi Pamela, I so agree. You are so very welcome. 🙂

  • This looks absolutely delicious. Mmm….. 🙂

  • Sounds delicious!! Maybe I have to make an exception and have meet one day this week.

    • Hi Catarina, Thanks. It’s a family favorite and one I know you’d love. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jeannette

    I will have to try this recipe. My husband will enjoy it. But any suggestions for natural flavoring? I don’t like the “better than bullion”. Can I leave it out and it still be mouth-watering good?

    • Hi Jeannette, Very cool! You can use two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce in place of Better Than Bullion. It is just as tasty. 🙂

  • I’m definitely a fan of all things involving soups and stews… even when it’s 80 degrees outside.

    • Hi Jeri, I’m with you there. I just love the taste… anytime… LOL. 🙂

  • I love a great stew and think I may be able to adapt this one….thank you.

    • Hi rebecca, I am sure you can. It has a lot of room for variations. Have fun and enjoy. 🙂

  • JustOneBoomer

    My husband would be so pleasantly surprised if he comes home from work to find this for dinner. Our rental apartment stove is terrible at simmering, so being able to cook this stew in the oven is a big plus. I hope I can find the Guinness.

    • Hi JustOneBoomer, That is one of the reason (oven part) we like this recipe so much. The best part of the taste. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jacs Henderson

    Yum Yum!

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Looks yummy. I’m starving right now and wish I had a bowl of that 🙂

    • Hi Krystle, I wish I could send you a bowl of this. But alas the internet does have it’s limits… LOL.

      • HomeJobsbyMOM

        LOL I will just have to make it one day then 🙂

  • Pingback: ()