Country Woman Stew Recipes

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Posse Stew

Posse Stew

Posse Stew

This mouthwatering dish is so thick and hearty you can almost eat it with a fork. The zesty combination of ingredients is especially satisfying on chilly days.—Michel Karkula, Chandler, Arizona

Tangy Beef and Vegetable Stew

Tangy Beef and Vegetable Stew

Tangy Beef and Vegetable Stew

Meet the Cook: How much does my husband like this stew? So much that he'll eat it cold! We have a daughter, 8, and a son, 6. We just moved here from the Yukon so my husband could go to school, and I look forward to returning one day. -Amberleah Homlberg, Calgary, Alberta

Contest-Winning Gone-All-Day Stew

Contest-Winning Gone-All-Day Stew

Contest-Winning Gone-All-Day Stew

This healthy stew is one of my husband's favorite meals. I always use fresh mushrooms, and I toss low-sodium bouillon cubes right into the roaster…no dissolving first in liquid. No additional salt is necessary. —Patricia Kile, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

Louisiana Red Beans and Rice

Smoked turkey sausage and red pepper flakes add zip to this saucy, slow-cooked version of the New Orleans classic. For extra heat, add red pepper sauce at the table. —Julia Bushree, Georgetown, Texas

Asian Beef and Cauliflower Stew

Asian Beef and Cauliflower Stew

Asian Beef and Cauliflower Stew

Meet the Cook: Next to hamburger, round steak probably is the most frequent dinner "guest" at our place! I'm always experimenting with recipes, changing them to fit our tastes...this one's easy and good. Our little town has a post office, a cafe, two gas stations and two country stores. My husband and I have a pair of sons, 13 and 9, and a daughter, 7. I work part-time in the cafeteria at their school (it's small, with only about 100 students or so) helping prepare lunch. -Deborah Cole, Wolf Creek, Oregon
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Southwest Barley Stew

Southwest Barley Stew

Southwest Barley Stew

Add zip to supper by serving your family this Southwestern-style stew shared by the National Barley Foods Council. It's a zesty change of pace from the traditional beef stew.—National Barley Foods Council, Mary Sullivan, Spokane, Washington

Hearty Hunter's Stew

Hearty Hunter's Stew

Hearty Hunter's Stew

Moist, tender meat and thick, rich gravy are the hallmarks of this classic recipe slow-simmered in a cast-iron pot.—Joyce Worsech, Catawba, Wisconsin

Root Vegetable Beef Stew

Root Vegetable Beef Stew

Root Vegetable Beef Stew

I found this recipe in our local paper a number of years ago. It's so satisfying on a cold winter or fall day.—Mary Rea, Orangeville, Ontario

Individual Campfire Stew

Individual Campfire Stew

Individual Campfire Stew

“These pretty parcels are perfect for grilling or whipping up over a campfire,” suggests Margaret Hanson-Maddox of Montpelier, Indiana. “I can get several outdoor chores done while they're cooking.”

Hearty Pork Stew with Green Chilies

Hearty Pork Stew with Green Chilies

Hearty Pork Stew with Green Chilies

Your family will love the zesty but milk flavor of this hefty stew. But you'll appreciate the change-of-pace flavor-and the extra change you'll pocket using less expensive pork cuts! Serve it over rice, noodles or mashed potatoes.

Slow-Cooked Stew

Slow-Cooked Stew

Slow-Cooked Stew

I often depend on this stew to put a hot, nutritious meal on the table after a long day at work.—Diane Delaney, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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