Everything But The Kitchen Sink Pork And Beef Stew

To really make this spread out, I have served it over top of rice. It was perfect when I would have my sisters three kids along with my own to feed. That’s a lot of mouths! It also pairs up nicely with some fresh homemade bread or even just biscuits out of the can. You can do this in a big pot on the stove, but I always put mine in the slow cooker on low for a few hours. The smell that came out of that crock pot would make my stomach rumble. I knew it was done when the kids started circling the kitchen. I didn’t even have to set a timer.

You might want to make a bit ol’ pot of this. It’s going to go quick!



1 lb pork stew meat
1 lb lean hamburger
2 can(s) Del Monte whole, kernal corn
2 can(s) sweet peas (i used peas i froze from my garden)
2 can(s) carrots (drained)…i used carrots i canned from my garden
1 large can/bottle V8 tomato juice
2 can(s) Hunt’s diced tomatoes
7-8 potatoes, peeled and left in big chunks
1/2 can(s) chili (without the beans–i used hormel)
3 Tbsp salt
1 Tbsp pepper


Gather your ingredients.
I cut the pork into big bite-sized pieces. Brown the hamburger and the pork. Set aside.
Peel and slice the potatoes (Mr. Jackson said to leave the potatoes in BIG chunks). In a LARGE stock pot, combine all the veggies, the 1/2 can of chili, and add the cooked meat.
Cook on low….check frequently and stir…….stir, stir, stir! It’s ready to eat when the potatoes are fork tender.


Quick Tip: You can freeze your leftovers for a quick and easy meal later on in the month.

Thank you About Crockpot Recipes for this great photo.