If needed, a bit of corn starch and water can be blended and mixed in to tighten the final product in the last 30 minutes. Go low and slow with the simmer. Herbs are her friend.
i'm a big fan of the "slurry" method, be carefull with your seasonings, adding cornstarch might dilute it a bit.
You want large cuts of meat from either the front shoulder or the rear end. These are the specific cuts to look for. Any of them can be used in beef stew or substituted for what your recipe calls for:
• Chuck, Chuck Shoulder, Chuck Roast, Chuck-Eye Roast, Top Chuck
• Bottom Round Roast, Bottom Eye Roast, Rump Roast, Eye Round Roast, Top Round, Round Tip Roast
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