Alton's Good Eats Beef Stew | Food Network

Searing and slow-roasting beef brings out maximum flavor for Alton's stew.
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    Food NetworkFood NetworkVor year
  • What ever happened to buying a Chuck roast and cutting it up, trimming as much gristle as possible?

    NatrixxvisionNatrixxvisionVor 9 Tage
  • have to give this a thumbs down for stew. more like short ribs. no thanks

    RJ myersRJ myersVor 25 Tage
  • love this recipe! i add diced carrots and celery to it though.

    CarlyforniaCarlyforniaVor Monat
  • I know this guy has forgotten more about cooking than I'll ever know, but I find his methods to be overly complicated. Personally I would use cheaper chuck roast for stew and have braised short ribs for a more "upscale" dinning experience.

    Smooth OperatorSmooth OperatorVor 2 Monate
  • Four hours? Who the heck has fours hours to cook after work, I am trying to find something I can make after work for my kids in under an hour it looks good and delicious...

    Dax Rosales-LemusDax Rosales-LemusVor 3 Monate
  • sxephil

    Pierre AuchéPierre AuchéVor 4 Monate
  • train

    Jila SartipzadehJila SartipzadehVor 4 Monate
  • funny mike

    Blinnie ObergBlinnie ObergVor 7 Monate
  • Part of me hopes Old Alton looks back at his tin foil handling, 12 step recipe self of 2001 and cringes. Using scissors to cut off the fat after wasting fond on a flattop is just blasphemy, or a pain in the butt, whichever. 🙂

    ZzTop's Beard LiceZzTop's Beard LiceVor 8 Monate
    • @Stefan Marchione Having cooked this dish, all I can say is good luck. That gristle is gross af and unchewable.

      jaredouimette1jaredouimette1Vor 3 Monate
  • So true. My wifes Posole, tho good the first day, so much better the second day.

    Paul TrahanPaul TrahanVor 9 Monate
  • Beef stew- couple garlic cloves salt pepper onion carrots potatoes put all that in a pot with some water and get it started while you brown your stew meat after its browned good throw it in the pot with the carrots and potatoes and cook it on low for a few hrs bam beef stew

    rusher1977rusher1977Vor 10 Monate
  • He is fun to watch drunk

    jay hoganjay hoganVor 10 Monate
  • Ahhh, you are a gent after my own heart. This looks so delish, I can taste it. The steps look so easy, I'm gonna try it. And I notice your nice brown shirt. How'd you know that brown is my favorite color? And I like how solid/stocky you were in this video. With a frisky, friendly nature about you. But it was the meat, at the end that got me. It looked so tender. And the way you payed special care to to the cutting removal of that gross grizzle! I'm glad that's important to you too. (because some people are careless). One of these days, hopefully before I die, I would love for you to cook for me. I'll pick out the meal, and provide the fixings, and you prepare it. And at least on one of those visits, bring Miss Ann Burrell, and maybe she wouldn't mind sharing the love (the cooking). Thank you for another nice video. This was a comfort to me.

    Angelina SuazoAngelina SuazoVor 11 Monate
  • Alton is a good cook, but I have a couple of viewer comments. One, perhaps you could take a bit more time on each step, and make your videos more tutorial, rather than procedural. Two, please lose, or greatly reduce the jokey asides. Believe it or not, many of us enjoy a knowledgeable and authoritative presentation, and the usually unfunny quips are mostly annoying. If I wanted ad libbed bon mots, or irksome silliness, there about 2.6 million YT videos out there, all filled to bursting with that crap. Let your acumen and skill draw your viewers.

    Robert GossRobert GossVor 11 Monate
  • no carrots?!

    L CL CVor 11 Monate
  • So let's see.. Instead of having it all combined in a pot, we need to: cook the meat in a pan, put it into aluminum foil, braise it with almost no braising liquid, put the juices into container A, only to transfer it to container B, let the juices from the meat cool down, separate the fat, when cool, cook the veggies and then top off with the meat. What?! Why would you create such hurdles for yourself when cooking? Just take a pot, fry of the meat, add the veggies, some tomato paste, stock and put it into the oven

    Dorian WinkelmüllerDorian WinkelmüllerVor 11 Monate
  • The most complicated stew ever!

    さよなら ポケモンモジャ公さよなら ポケモンモジャ公Vor year
  • I just finished making this recipe for a bunch of friends. Gauging from their reactions, it turned out amazing. There are a couple steps missing, like how long to cook the onions before adding the potatoes and then the meat. With that said if you follow the instructions the meat will be good enough that the onions and potatoes will be irrelevant. Amazing recipe, thank you Alton!!!

    George MiffGeorge MiffVor year
  • Alton says "uh" a lot. Never noticed it till today.

    MeltroidvaniaMeltroidvaniaVor year
  • Alton,your humor Is endles.Bravo maestro.You Are the BEST!!!

    Armen SargsyanArmen SargsyanVor year
  • Thanks Alton for the great tips. Love me some beef stew. 💕

    TammyTammyVor year
  • Paprika isn't Thing's word of the day anymore? This is censorship, people! :D

    Backroad JunkieBackroad JunkieVor year
  • Beef stew made with short ribs would be so good

    Paul CousinoPaul CousinoVor year
  • Worchester shire sauce it’s supposed to be refrigerated it has fish in it , it says to refrigerate

    Rachel MitchellRachel MitchellVor year
  • Beef stew with carrots? Not in my house.

    AbbieHoffmansGhostAbbieHoffmansGhostVor year
  • 1:49 Always remember to put the pan under... unless you like cleaning a lot...

    xDRZLxxDRZLxVor year
  • How can you start the episode by saying to never miss opportunities for flavor, and then caramelize the short ribs on a griddle, thus completely missing out on creating a fond

    Marcus JoynerMarcus JoynerVor year
  • God, you are good!!

    Robin NelsonRobin NelsonVor year
  • My only change would be ditching the aluminum....use a tight heavy Dutch oven.

    YackBackatchaYackBackatchaVor year
  • Yes. Delicious!

    ghostychannghostychannVor year
  • He always uses the WRING side of foil. NEVER use the dull side. It deposits the aluminum on your food. I covered several hundred dollars worth of cold cuts with the WRONG side. When I pulled it off the meat was covered in allimnuinm

    Mrs. SchmenkmanMrs. SchmenkmanVor year
  • When you cut the foil packet it was the cows neck gettin slit all over again.

    Lex The LionLex The LionVor year
  • I wonder how many of your new audiences don't know who Pac-Man is

    The eye of the stormThe eye of the stormVor year
  • What about the fond from the browned meat? How would you deglaze a flat cast iron griddle?

    BJ MurrayBJ MurrayVor year
    • You into cowboy cooking? Try a Lodge Camp oven over wood.

      Gulf RelayGulf RelayVor year
  • cant stop looking at the submariner

    c0ugrhuntrc0ugrhuntrVor year
  • I think the risk of aluminum leeching in the short term is especially minimal if aluminum is the only metal you're using. If instead you're using more than one metal, for example a half-used steel ("tin") can of tomato paste covered with aluminum foil stored in the fridge for several weeks, you've essentially constructed a really crappy battery. And the side effect of that battery is that at least one of those two metals (the anode? I'm not confident enough to say for sure) will "ionize" or basically "stop being a metal and start being a potentially hazardous bioavailable thing".

    Tom HaflingerTom HaflingerVor year
  • I'm unclear, I recall having aluminum foil and tomato, and it ate holes in the foil by morning. I'll have to test that.

    Tom CondonTom CondonVor year
  • 5 hour beef stew? A little much in my opinion..

    Patrick LarryPatrick LarryVor year
  • Ha ha bundle of joy..

    Monty the PythonMonty the PythonVor year
  • That actually looks really good I am definitely going to try this. P.S. hope your getting all that aluminum into the recycling, quick rinse with hot water scrunch it up, totally recyclable.

    ant-1 -1ant-1 -1Vor year
  • Food Network please dont make us pay for season 15

    CyberjulianCyberjulianVor year
  • Who else noticed his submariner?

    Adam LamAdam LamVor year
  • Use unbleached parchment paper to first wrap the grilled meat, then wrap in the foil the way Alton demonstrated.

    msr111msr111Vor year
  • Can y'all please bring back Good Eats there isn't any other show out there like this! Y'all should have a throwback series!!

    Cynthia GonzalezCynthia GonzalezVor year
    • It is coming back!! New episodes start today!

      M TranM TranVor year
  • Terrible recipe.

    Lex F.Lex F.Vor year
  • Seems pretty quite for Harrahs, what time of day was it? I would rather go to In and Out Burger.

    Smug SmuglySmug SmuglyVor year
  • 2:57 old Garret Watts

    Hanna JeanHanna JeanVor year
  • So much unnecessary steps.

    Amberlyn GoldAmberlyn GoldVor year
  • I love this show! Very entertaining and informative. There was an episode one time where Alton and another guy dressed up as cowboys and was making chili. I was laughing! Funny guys! Kinda cool that Alton not only cooks but he tells a story and science of the food. Love it!🤗

    rene kacklinerene kacklineVor year
    • Turkey fryer episode will probably do you in...

      Gulf RelayGulf RelayVor year
  • waka waka waka waka

    Phillip HelgrenPhillip HelgrenVor year
  • Go here for good eats install pop up blockers

    Robert SelvigRobert SelvigVor year
  • I love Alton Brown but this is insanely complicated all you really need to make a good beef stew is a big Dutch oven searing the meat first is Paramount though

    The crosseyed TexanThe crosseyed TexanVor year
  • 1:47 cringe as hell

    Griller's ParadiseGriller's ParadiseVor year
    • What are you on about troll? Run along you are embarrassing yourself.

      comm744comm744Vor year
  • Thanks Chef fr the recipe 🙏 My mum make a sandwich leftover stew’s so delicious 🤤 and yummy 😋

    Black GingerBlack GingerVor year
  • Oh wow!

    Amuzweni NgomaAmuzweni NgomaVor year
  • My favorite tv chef. I feel smarter and not fatter after following his recipes

    Riko SaikawaRiko SaikawaVor year
  • ?

    Matt SprayberryMatt SprayberryVor year
  • missing button mushrooms celery carrots

    kim segerkim segerVor year
    • @MrKevin486 button mushrooms dont have alot of places yet in a beef stew they become litl gold nuggets

      kim segerkim segerVor year
    • Yea peas. Carrots. Celery a must.

      MrKevin486MrKevin486Vor year
  • You ruin the in Alton's videos Food Network...

    Yayo The JowenYayo The JowenVor year
  • this man is a scientist. Scientists make lousy cooks. the beef falling apart is the best part of the stew.

    Patricia LaurielloPatricia LaurielloVor year
  • Terrible recipe !

    Tita MariTita MariVor year
  • No

    denbronco44denbronco44Vor year
  • Love Alton but sort of defeats the idea behind stew fast put together and slow cook all I've got to get going early and out working all day meal.

    Charyl LissCharyl LissVor year
    • Charyl Liss I agree with you! I dump it all in my slow cooker/Crock pot and let it cook all day on low. The stew is ready for me at the end of my busy work day.

      unbogosseunbogosseVor year
    • That's kind of the point. He goes for flavor, not simplicity.

      Kevin KlawitterKevin KlawitterVor year
  • I love fibrous connective tissue the best.

    Vince BakerVince BakerVor year
  • There's no good reason to use the aluminum foil, as a good tight cast iron dutch oven will work just as well, and leave one with less crap to throw away. And seriously, it's just not difficult to clean a dutch oven.

    cannabiscupjudgecannabiscupjudgeVor year
    • seal the dutch oven with baking paper under the lid...

      Matt JacomosMatt JacomosVor 8 Monate
    • Relax dude

      KaliebirdKaliebirdVor year
    • I am a red blooded American and I see no issue with using up a whole pound of aluminum every time I cook dinner

      InsetickInsetickVor year
  • Love Alton Brown but with all due respect did I see several empty Dinty Moore cans on the counter? LOL

    Jeff MillerJeff MillerVor year
  • Try Beef Shanks with Marrow Soup. The ultimate beef stew.

    Carol SchmitzCarol SchmitzVor year
  • I found an old can of soup in a miners shack in Nevada. Experts think it dates back to the 1880's. I wonder if you could still eat it?

    Smug SmuglySmug SmuglyVor year
    • @Rod Dahl I guess not

      Smug SmuglySmug SmuglyVor year
    • And live??

      Rod DahlRod DahlVor year
  • Sorry, bad receipe

    Gregory ThomanGregory ThomanVor year
Alton's Good Eats Beef Stew | Food Network