Category Archives: Stews

Lamb stew with red wine, cream, mushrooms and thyme

Last week I did what one is suppose to do with a slowcooker – I made it cook dinner for me while I was at work. And it worked a charm. I browned the meat the night before and seasoned … Continue reading

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Chorizo stew with carrot and parsnip

Both Christopher and I are fond of the chorizo. It is so versatile and gives so much flavour to its company. I came up with this recipe the other day and it was a real hit! The sweetness from the … Continue reading

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Rabbit stew with cider

I know that eating rabbit might not be politically correct, but it is very tasty. More and more restaurants are serving rabbit and you can buy it from Ocado (like I did). The meat is very tender and juicy and … Continue reading

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Swedish peasant food: stewed spinach, fried potatoes, eggs and frankfurters

My mother used to (and still does) distinguish weekday food from weekend food. On weeknights we used to have mostly peasant food like meatballs, sausages and mash, soups etc and on the weekends she would go all out with fillet … Continue reading

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Chorizo and butter bean stew

Christopher is of the opinion that I cook too much with butter and/or cream and sometimes I listen to what he has to say. ;-) Without any dairy products I tested (and altered) this recipe by Jamie Oliver. I’m very … Continue reading

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Boeuf bourguignon

How many of you have seen the film Julie and Julia? As soon as I finished watching the film I just had to buy the cookbook at Amazon. I have read it and love it, but most recipes are time … Continue reading

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