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adjective as in cooking

adjective as in sweltering

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It takes no real effort to add another fish fillet or two to a sheet pan to roast, double a stew or soup recipe, or bake an additional couple of sweet potatoes, for example.

If Snoopy was around today, he’d more likely sleep in Charlie Brown’s bed, and dine on organic, cage-free duck stew, served with an herbal supplement to calm his nerves and anxieties.

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A week’s worth of healthful recipes to jump-start your cooking in the new yearThough this particular iteration of peanut soup was novel to me, groundnut or peanut soups and stews have existed in Africa for generations.

I close my eyes, imagining the aromas in the steaming bowl of beef stew I’m going to make my son for dinner.

These are great for enchiladas, pot pies, soups, stews, chicken salad, dumplings — the list goes on.

By stopping and stewing in a perfectly airless state-room 292 I seem to have got rid of the pleurisy.

They require a great deal of stewing, and should be like marmalade when done.

I pictured the group telling stories and roasting apples and stewing grapes and frying oysters over the embers.

The paws took longest of all to cook, but, treated to lengthy stewing, they became quite digestible.

If I sat over my surgery fire all day stewing and fretting, a pretty doctor I should soon become for my patients!


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stewing, such as: baking, boiling, broiling, browning, null, and grilling.

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