They require a great deal of stewing, and should be like a marmalade when done.
On top of this moodiness a violence of temper, a stewing, cursing, fuming about.
A lard bucket was his coffee-pot, his stewing kettle, his sour-dough can.
It was tough and stringy and required a great deal of stewing.
Freezing out on the floes; stewing under their roofs of snow.
It was that soaking last night, and then the stewing in that hot sand.
It is grown largely for marketing, and is excellent for soups and stewing.
The apples should be strained after stewing, and seasoned with cinnamon or nutmeg.
There was a cook-fire and a pot, and a stewing dog leaped in the froth.
We can imagine how Cicero's cooks were boiling and stewing at the time.