TOMATO CHICKEN STEW

TOMATO CHICKEN STEW

I’m always experimenting with new ways to make dishes that we tend to eat a lot of. Chicken stew is definitely on heavy rotation around here and I try to add different spices and flavors…

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KALE AND BUTTER BEAN STEW

KALE AND BUTTER BEAN STEW

There has been a battle in my home for the past couple of months.   Between my husband wanting to eat more vegan meals and me trying to lose the baby weight (eye roll) and having…

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STEWED LENTILS

STEWED LENTILS

I’ve decided to challenge myself by going an entire month without eating meat.  I’m halfway through and I have yet to miss meat.  That’s not to say that I won’t go back to eating meat,…

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HARISSA LAMB STEW

HARISSA LAMB STEW

I’m always looking for new ways to cook stews.   I make a lot of stews and sometimes I need to switch it up a bit.  I picked up a jar of harissa at World Market…

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STEWED BEEF AND COU COU

STEWED BEEF AND COU COU

Cou Cou, Barbados’ national dish is made with cornmeal and okra and it’s amazing.  Like many other dishes in the Caribbean, this dish has African roots and is similar to grits or polenta.  Savory cornmeal…

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STEWED CHICKEN PASTA

STEWED CHICKEN PASTA

This simple pasta dish has been a longtime favorite of mine. I love pasta, but don’t cook it often enough as I’m always inclined to add cheese and while I’m a huge lover of cheese,…

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PORK STEW

PORK STEW

Whenever I’m in a bind or just simply out of idea of what to cook, my go to meal is usually a stew. Stews are usually very easy to make, requires no special equipment or…

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