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Weekday Beef Stew

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Daniel Anderson
Beef stew capped with flaky puff pastry adds comfort and joy to the weeknight menu. Make a salad and call your crowd to the table. —Daniel Anderson, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
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One-Pot Beef & Pepper Stew

One-Pot Beef & Pepper Stew

One-Pot Beef & Pepper Stew

I’m a fan of green veggies. If it’s green, it belongs in my hearty beef stew. We serve it with buttered French bread. —Sandra Clark, Sierra Vista, BC

Spicy Pork & Green Chili Verde

Spicy Pork & Green Chili Verde

Spicy Pork & Green Chili Verde

My pork chili is brimming with poblano and sweet red peppers for a hearty kick. Serve it with sour cream, Monterey Jack and tortilla chips. —Anthony Bolton, Bellevue, NE

Hearty Beef & Sweet Potato Stew

Hearty Beef & Sweet Potato Stew

Hearty Beef & Sweet Potato Stew

I have fond memories of growing up in an Italian/Irish family and learning to cook from my grandparents. Beefy stew reminds me of their precious contributions. —Renee Greene Murphy, Smithtown, NY
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Weekday Beef Stew

Weekday Beef Stew

Weekday Beef Stew

Beef stew capped with flaky puff pastry adds comfort and joy to the weeknight menu. Make a salad and call your crowd to the table. —Daniel Anderson, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin

African Peanut Sweet Potato Stew

African Peanut Sweet Potato Stew

African Peanut Sweet Potato Stew

When I was in college, my mom made an addicting sweet potato stew. I shared it with friends, and now all of us serve it to our own kids. They all love it, of course. —Alexis Scatchell, Niles, IL

Root Stew

Root Stew

Root Stew

While inventing a new form of comfort food, I made a stew of carrots, turnips, parsnips and rutabaga. When I'm in the mood to change things up, I add potatoes, chicken or beef. —Maria Davis, Flower Mound, Texas
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