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We both got home late the night we decided to get the stew started for the following evening’s dinner (considering we basically let it cook on low for 22 hours). We made a few changes from the linked recipe. Based on some other blogs, we decided to sear the oxtail in a pan prior to putting it in the slow cooker. We read that some people prefer to do this in lieu of putting completely raw meat into the slow cooker. Additionally, the first time we made the stew we added in the chocolate square, but it didn’t seem to add anything special so we left it out this time. Unfortunately, we got a plantain to experiment with as well, but forgot about it. Perhaps next time.
The last time we made it I felt like the crockpot was a bit under filled, so this time I cut up more vegetables and potatoes. And added more than a cup of wine to finish off a bottle. This led the pot to be filled almost to the brim, which I also think is undesirable. Live and learn…
Overall, this meal was memorably better than out first attempt. We definitely got what we wanted in terms of oxtail in every bite. Without further ado, here are a couple of pictures (including a Trader Joe’s ficelle that only costs a dollar). The first picture is right after taking off the lid, with that nice layer of fat coating the top.