A Caribbean-inspired fish stew using lots of area ingredients: fish, shrimp, coconut milk, plantains and or yuca.
In these crazy days. it’s important to know how to make a great meal with whatever you have in your house right now. Here’s how to make a great stew.
This Creole gumbo uses tomato, okra, shrimp, venison, and gumbo file. No roux. It’s a great switch from Cajun-style gumbo.
This is the Ethiopian stew called abish wot, made here with venison. It’s a spicy stew, laced with fenugreek.
A classic taco filling inspired by a green chile stew from Durango, Mexico.
A three sisters stew recipe — corn, beans and squash — with grouse. You can substitute any meat, or leave it out, but I use sharp-tailed grouse here.
A fish stew featuring fantastic Southern ingredients: Gulf fish, hominy, black-eyed peas, Conecuh sausage. Any fish works in this recipe.
A lighter, brighter version of chili. This chili uses ground turkey, black beans, corn, tomatoes and dried chiles.