The very simplest stews we've got in stock.
Simple food that warms the heart. This is extreme comfort food. This is a recipe that is over 150 years old from my great-great-grandmother. Beef and sauce, slow cooked and mixed in with a little love. You won't regret making this. Try serving over noodles.
In a hurry or running late this quick and hearty dish is the answer. Convert 1 lb. of hamburger and 3 or 4 cans of vegetables into dinner in about 40 minutes.
This 150-year old recipe from the old country gets new life with a tool 19th century cooks didn't have--the slow cooker. If they had it, they would've used it. Inspired by Michael and Carolyn's "Simple Hungarian Stew."
A thick, meaty stew with none of those bright-colored vegetables to ugly it up. Meat and potatoes: they make a great beef stew recipe.
A classic beef stew that you will savor. This stew really satisfies both your hunger and your taste buds, plus it's easy to make and smells so goshdarn good!
This is my favorite beef stew and every one raves about it so I thought I would share it with everyone. I left out one ingredient that I thought might not be for everyone and that is 1 tablespoon crushed red pepper or 3 cayenne peppers.
St. Patty's Day done right: Meat, potatoes, and Ireland's best beer.
This is our favorite recipe to make when the weather gets cold. It's so easy and delicious. We make this at least once a month throughout the winter.
Face it, colors matter. Would the Raiders be the Raiders in pink uniforms? Moroccan stew isn't Moroccan stew without being yellow, and this stew has cinnamon, turmeric, apricots and sweet potatoes to make sure it is.
Put this in your slow cooker the night of March 16th and you'll have an Irish feast ready to eat all day in honor of St. Paddy. Inspired by Ickenham's "Irish Beef Stew with Guinness Beer."
You'll be blown away by the flavor in this stew. Dried fruit, exotic spices and veggies all play their parts.