Preheat stove to 400 degrees. Place potatoes (and turnips, if utilizing) in a huge simmering skillet, and throw with 3 tablespoons olive oil. Season with 2 teaspoons salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Broil until brilliant brown and fresh, 30 to 40 minutes. Eliminate dish from stove; put away. Decrease stove temperature to 350 degrees.
Lay parsley, thyme, and inlet leaf on a piece of cheesecloth. Pack and bind with kitchen twine; put away. Slice leeks down the middle longwise, trying not to slice through the root. Flush well under cool running water to eliminate any soil. Cut the leeks across into 1-inch half moons; put away.
Consolidate flour, remaining teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper, paprika, and allspice in a little bowl. Put meat on a work surface, and wipe off with paper towels. Sprinkle flour blend over meat, and pat to cover well.
Heat staying 2 tablespoons olive oil in enormous Dutch broiler (around 7 quarts) over medium intensity until hot, yet all at once not smoking. Burn cook on all sides until brilliant brown, around 2 minutes for every side. Move to a plate; put away.
Diminish intensity to medium-low. Add leeks and garlic, and cook, mixing periodically, until leeks are recently relaxed, around 3 minutes. Add wine, and deglaze skillet, scraping up any cooked pieces from the lower part of the container with a wooden spoon. Heat to the point of boiling; cook until a large portion of the wine has dissipated. Add hamburger stock, tomato glue, bouquet garni, and saved broil. Cover, and spot in broiler for 30 minutes. Turn the meal over, and cook for 30 minutes more.
Add carrots, cover, and return to stove for 1 1/2 hours, turning the meal over like clockwork.
Add cooked potatoes and turnips to container, lowering them mostly in the fluid. (This leaves the vegetables delicate and fresh.) Spot in stove, revealed, for 30 minutes more to let a portion of the fluid vanish. Season with salt and pepper, whenever wanted.
Move meat to a slicing board to rest for 5 minutes. Dispose of string, and cut meat. Present with vegetables and sauce as an afterthought.