Sunday, August 12, 2012

Searching for my crockpot beef stew recipe

So everyone knows I have enough cookbooks to reach the sky if stacked up, not to mention all the recipes I have on my computer and in card files and binders.  I guess you could say I'm a cookbook/recipe junkie.

In one of my mindless moments, I happened to think of a wonderful crockpot beef stew I had made in the past and all of a sudden my taste buds went wild. . . I just HAD to have the recipe.

I have been looking for that recipe all weekend with no luck.  In going through the documents file on my computer, I found a picture of the stew in my crockpot.  That told me I had posted it on my blog!

Okay, so I have been blogging since early 2009. . . that's an awful lot of posts to go through searching for a recipe!  Oh, but I never told you, persistence (stubborness, my parents used to call it) is one of my strongest traits.  What to do now?  My eyes were roving across the computer screen.  In the upper left hand corner there was a "search" feature.  Oh, that probably isn't for my blog.  Still, I typed in "crockpot beef stew recipe" and in an instant, there it was on my screen!!!

There it was from October 2011!

Okay, laugh at me if you must.  But, folks, I have a very fast-paced, pressure cooker job.  I deserve my moments of mindless pursuit.

14 comments:

  1. And we all have these moments that's for sure. Did you ever notice that you always find something in either the last place you searched or the most obvious that was overlooked? Happens to me more times than not! Enjoy the beef store.

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  2. I bet the stew was wonderful. Thanks for the birthday wishes.

    I hope Molly is doing OK.

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