Dine on a Dime: The Power of the Stew

Some refer to it as soup, pottage, jugging, hot pot and even casserole but I know it by one name and one name only: stew. Whether it was beef, pork, chicken or just plain vegetable you instantly identified this smell once you opened the front door and stepped into the kitchen. Usually identified as a one-pot meal, it usually consists of fresh vegetables, herbs, spices and meat combined and slowly simmered down into a thick and hearty bowl of sunshine. Think of it as a pot pie without the crust. Not to be confused with soup, which normally has a thinner broth, it can either be eaten on top of rice, pasta, with a spoon or sopped up with a piece of crusty, hearty bread...
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