The Easiest and Best Beef Bourguignon EVER!

You’ve seen inspired handbags and clothing but what about gourmet food?  Oh, you better believe it’s out there! In fact, I had THE BEST chef inspired gourmet food line, Beverly Hills Kitchen, today with my family– Beef Bourguignon.  No, this country gal doesn’t have a clue how to pronounce it but that doesn’t matter because it was by far the most flavorful, delicious meal in a bag I HAVE EVER HAD!!!

Yes, I said meal in a bag but before you dismiss, listen up.  I was asked if I wanted to try this out and because I’m game for a meal that’s super easy,  I accepted.  I’ll admit, I wasn’t expecting it to taste that good but man did it surprise me.  I can’t even tell you how jam packed with flavor it was.  It tasted like a recipe your grandmother has made for years, from scratch, one that you’ll pass down for generations.  The Beverly Hills Kitchen’s Beef Bourguignon includes prime VERY tender meat, simmered for four hours in a full-bodied red wine sauce with carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, shallots, basil and Dijon mustard…..I can’t even describe it in words.  The spices were just right…it was perfection.

You can buy this at QVC and it comes in 5 8oz packages packed & shipped in dry ice to insure for a cold delivery!  You freeze what you want, eat what you want.  When ready to cook, you simply drop in some boiling water for 10 minutes and viola!  Its done and ready to be served over rice or pasta. We used white rice.  The 5-8oz packages fed our family of 5 with some leftover!

I know that some people cringe at the thought of buying food like this through the mail but I gotta tell ya, it was the best ever and I ain’t lying!  The WHOLE family loved it and we all kept talking about the flavors the rest of the night.  So, if  you can’t make Julia Child’s Beef Bourguignon because you don’t have time or you simply don’t have the cooking skills, don’t worry because you make this Beverly Hills Kitchen Beef Bourguignon!!!

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One box of the Beef Bourguignon 5-8oz packages is up for grabs.


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    Kathy says

    I’d like to see something spicy – maybe Jambalaya…

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    kathy pease says

    Mediterranean crusted salmon :)

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    Kevin Beard says

    I’d like to learn a duck dish. All I know is to put it with sourkraut and it’s good. Maybe something asian Ming Tsai style?

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    My favorite chefs are Emeril, Guy Fieri, Sunny Anderson, and Paula Dean.

    I guess I would like to see Emeril’s Beef Stroganoff in a bag.

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    I am an email subscriber to your blog.

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    Rebecca C says

    I would like to try Gordon Ramseys Creamy Tomato Soup with Brioche and Cheddar Fingers or something similar in a bag

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    Rebecca C says

    I am a subscriber via email!

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    Roxann says

    I would like to see any meal inspired by Bobby Flay.

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    Kimberly Murat says

    I would love to see Barefoot Contessa’s Braised Short Ribs.

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    Roxann says

    I subscribe to your newsletter.

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    Gianna says

    I’d like to see a chicken marsala :)

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    Chrysa says

    Chicken Kiev would be good.

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    barbara wright says

    I’d love to see the 9 layer lasagna that …um… I think it’s called The Spaghetti Factory… makes.

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    Lily Kwan says

    I would love to see French Onion Soup!

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    Lily Kwan says

    I subscribed to your newsletter.

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    Joanne Schultz says

    I’d love to see a Beef Wellington!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Joanne Schultz says

    I subscribe to your blog’s feed via google reader.

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    Susan Smith says

    I would love spicy thai noodles.