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Tuesday, November 15, 2005 

Stepping to Stew

Step-by-step stew: It's satisfying, gratifying and oh-so-easy
by Stephanie Witt Sedgwick

This article breaks down the steps to making a great stew. Essentially it comes down to:
  • Cut ingredients
  • Brown meat and deglaze pan
  • Sauté vegetables
  • Stir in flour and dried herbs or spices
  • Add broth and flavorings
  • Apply slow heat
  • Add any vegetables or grains
  • Is it stew yet?
The article outlines in more detail what is involved in each step along the way.