I’VE JUST READ THE WEATHER FORECAST…
And it looks like it’s time to hunker down and stay put this weekend. And while we’re at it, what’s better than stew? Never mind the result is inevitably warming, comforting, and altogether satisfying. There are delightful aromas that will fill your kitchen while your stew simmers away on the stove. But hold on! These stews are not all all-day affairs! A surprising number of our of stews take just an hour. And talk about variety! We’ve got Vegetarian and Flexitarian Stews, Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken, and Seafood Stews. And what a line-up of Stew Creators! Everyone from Ruth Reichl, Yotam Ottolenghi, Alison Roman, Amanda Hesser, and Christopher Kimball are all here. So take it away, stew fans! And rejoice your stew is here! (Due to some ‘technical difficulties’ you may have to click on the links to go to some of our recipes.) Enjoy!
GO GREEK WITH THIS PORK STEW AND ITS INTRIGUING NAME.
HOW ABOUT A SCANDAL TO GO ALONG WITH THIS LITTLE LAMB?
Christmas Cookbooks Continued: Christopher Kimball’s “Milk Street The New Home Cooking” and his recipe for No-Sear Lamb and Chickpea Stew
WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!
Oven-Braised Chicken Stew, Hungarian-Style from Bogre at Food52.com
WHERE’S THE BEEF?
Beef Stew in an Hour? Here you go!
Ruth Reichl’s Beef, Wine and Onion Stew From "My Kitchen Year. 136 Recipes that Saved My Life"
VEGETARIAN AND ONE OF THE TIMES TOP TEN TOO.
Spiced Chickpea Stew with Coconut and Turmeric from Alison Roman in The New York Times
SOMETHING FROM YOTAM THAT’S COMPLETELY DIFFERENT…
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Mushroom Ragout with a Poached Egg
TRYING TO EAT MORE TRULY PLANT-BASED MEALS? THIS ONE’S OUR COVER STORY…
BRING ON THE SEAFOOD!
Lazy Man’s Bouillabaisse with Lulu Peyraud’s Quick Rouille
STAY SAFE, STAY WARM AND ENJOY EVERY BITE!