stew recipes

Warm your body and soothe your spirit with a steaming bowl of soup or stew. From Thai Chicken and Rice Noodle Soup to Pasta e Fagioli, these recipes will have you satisfied and snug as a bug on the coldest winter days.
As if we needed another reason to love our slow cookers, here it is: These delicious dinners not only redefine convenience food, they also prove that long-simmered soups and stews can be gorgeous, too.
It's finally fall, which means I want to eat anything in chili, chowder or stew form. When it's cold outside, I can't help but crave everything warm and savory. So, I'm sharing six of my favorite recipes to serve up this season.
There's something about fall and slow cookers that go hand-in-hand. Maybe it's because school is back in session and easy prep meals are a must? Or maybe it's the cool breeze making me crave something extra warm? Either way here are seven of my favorite slow cooker recipes.
Minimize the mess! From succulent beef stew to easy chicken chili, you only need one pot to create these classic comfort meals.
The whole affair, in fact, was tender and delicious. And summery, evoking flavors of Greece for one guest (which validated the "à la grecque" tag for the artichoke preparation).
You don't have to be Irish to celebrate this delicious day. Try one (or all) of these traditional Irish dishes to make your Tuesday extra tasty.
Stew is the food equivalent of a roaring fire and a cozy blanket.
These warming dishes have wonderfully complex flavors but don't take all day to make. By Lynn Andriani Like Us On Facebook
This is not an aggressively seasoned stew, which is perfect for delicate meat like veal cheeks.
Sadly, the colonists did not eat the parsnip with the same enthusiasm, and it is still under-appreciated in America, although in Jamestown, in the early seventeenth century, the settlers made a wedding cake with parsnip flour.
Who says you can't improve on a classic? Take cassoulet, for example, the hearty French stew that defies precise categorization
Oxtail is not the most popular cut of meat out there, but it's definitely a perfect one to be enjoying during the winter
Gena Hamshaw eats a mostly raw, vegan diet without losing time, money, or her sanity.
This holiday season, intersperse these kinds of meals and the inevitable "what's for dinner?" won't send you down the fast food or takeout path. Your body and wallet will both send thank you notes come the new year.