Stewed | Definition of Stewed by Merriam-Webster
This a new summer side dish developed by Claire Saffitz as a modern take on traditional grilling sides, like stewed greens (see also: this kimchi slaw). — rachel karten, Bon Appetit, "In the Wilting Summer Heat, Make These Wilted Greens in Tomato-Bacon Broth," 18 June 2018
Stewed | Define Stewed at Dictionary.com
Stewed definition, cooked by simmering or slow boiling, as food. See more.
Stewed - definition of stewed by The Free Dictionary
Fill with stewed dried apples; aggravate with cloves, lemon-peel, and slabs of citron; add two portions of New Orleans sugars, then solder on the lid and set in a safe place till it petrifies.
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Southern Stewed Potatoes Recipe - Mama Peggy
If you were raised in the South, you grew up eating stewed potatoes a couple of times a month, if not every week. With cornbread and blackeyed peas? Yum!
Stewed!: Alan Rosenthal: 9780091938024: Amazon.com: Books
Stewed! [Alan Rosenthal] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stewed! is a young brand that has given a modern twist to an old-fashioned dish. In this first cookbook