How To : Cook Beef in Red wine on the Camp Fire |TheHookandTheCook

How To : Cook Beef in Red wine on the Camp Fire |TheHookandTheCook

How To : Cook Beef in Red wine on the Camp Fire |TheHookandTheCook

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Paul shows how to make his slow cooked Braised Beef in Red Wine over the camp coals.
He lets you in on a few culinary secrets on how to make this beautiful and tender Beef dish. What better way to cook in the great outdoors over hot coals. Paul slowly braises the beef for 3 hours and ends up with fantastic rich heart beef in red wine dish.
Paul Serves the dish with some rice.

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