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Wagons Ho cried the Wagon Master during the westward movement. Hundreds of thousands of pioneers poured across the Great Plains which soon became home to cowboys and grazing cattle. Wagon trains five miles long could be seen. Beef stew was a main staple. Many settlers put hearty ingredients into a cooking vessel with some liquid and cooked over a low fire. Different meats were used such as bear, squirrel, rabbit, wildebeest, deer or guinea pig. It simply was a great way to tenderize a tough piece of meat that had lots of flavor.

Today beef stew continues to be a hearty dish Our modern twist on this timeless meal still retains the rich taste sure to please your furry friend using organic gluten-free ingredients. Excite their senses with one of American’s earliest meals! As a bonus, learn about labeling laws, the dog food pyramid and what vitamins contribute to having a healthy pet. Bon Appétit

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