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Posts tagged Stew

Bipolar Weather and Classic Beef Stroganoff

Just 48 hours ago I was sitting outside with the warm sun shining down upon my face, a slight breeze from the North brushing across my shoulder and a salted Margarita in hand. Now. It is snowing. Again. The only answer I have is layers…lots and lots of layers. Mother Nature, I implore you… TAKE YOUR MEDS!!! […]

Three Stews To Keep You Warm During Cold And Wintry Days

The East Coast of the USA is suffering from snow storms, the UK is decidedly chilly and here in France – well oddly it’s quite warm at 15c. Still, the evenings are cold and heart warming food is still the order the day. So, with that in mind, I’ve been taking a look at Stews To […]

Lamb Lagoto – Greek Style Stew

Cold, dark and damp evenings are nothing to look forward to at the end of a busy day but this recipe for lamb lagoto should certainly warm you up nicely. It’s a Greek style slow cooked stew by Andy Harris who is the editor of the Jamie Magazine. There aren’t too many ingredients but that […]

Vatapá – A Super Brazilian Fish Stew For The Football WorldCup

The Football World Cup has started in Brazil – the England team lost against Italy and France won against Honduras. As the first round matches take place, why not get into the spirit of this huge event. Even if you’re not much of a fan of football  we have a great Brazilian recipe for you to […]

Smoked Haddock Stew with Peas and New Potatoes

It is traditional to eat fish on Good Friday so I thought I’d share this recipe I’ve found for smoked haddock stew with peas and new potatoes. It also uses sugar snap peas and asparagus so a delicious way to incorporate vegetables into the dish. A little history on why it is traditional to eat […]

Seasonal meat, Spring lamb & chickpea stew

May and June is a great time for eating  UK lamb, mainly because it is at its most tender. As the season progresses the flavour develops. Spring lamb is fantastic for roasting simply with garlic and herbs, autumn lamb is great when given a spicier, more adventurous treatment. For those of you who are looking […]

Keith Floyd Week: Pork Stew in Centurian Sauce

Continuing with our Keith Floyd week I’ve found a very entertaining video of him in a cold and rainy Northumberland from his ‘Floyd on Britain and Ireland’ series cooking Pork Stew in Centurian Sauce. He doesn’t look or sound particularly impressed but ends up educating the viewer as to what the Romans may have eaten back in […]