It turns out that making stew is really easy. You just put some meat and vegetables in a pot with enough water to cover and then let it cook on the hob for a couple of hours. To mark my new found skill (which was an Irish stew with dumplings) we drank half a bottle of blackberry wine, which is the correct wine for a peasant's meal. The rest was finished on Friday before Book Group, which was an entertaining discussion on Parade's End - a huge book with which I have struggled and not enjoyed.
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You can even add your wine to stews and casseroles Ben. Stews are great after gardening or a good hill walk.ReplyDelete
Hello Dave - Now I have discovered how easy they are, I think that they will become a more frequent winter meal! And now the weather has improved, there is gardening to be done!Delete