Very Good Recipes of Stew from Out of the Ordinary

There are 21 Stew recipes on the blog Out of the Ordinary. (505 on all the blogs)

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Bright stew (with tiny potatoes, white beans, castelvetrano olives and meyer lemon) and 3-wheat medley (with farro, bulgur, and freekah) Bright stew (with tiny potatoes, white beans, castelvetrano olives and meyer lemon) and 3-wheat medley (with farro, bulgur, and freekah) By Out of the Ordinary 01/21/14 17:59 It’s a winter storm! It has a name, and I think it’s Janus, which is fitting, I suppose, this being January. Janus was the god of beginnings and change, of gates, doors, passages, journeys, endings, and time, the future and … Continue reading →
FIrst frost stew FIrst frost stew By Out of the Ordinary 10/30/13 21:47 I’d been feeling very discouraged, and I thought I wanted to watch something light-hearted and stupid and funny, to forget about feeling disappointed for a while. But we didn’t have something lighthearted and stupid and funny, we had the exact … Continue...
Chickpea & artichoke stew; chickpea semolina dumplings; olive pine nut sauce Chickpea & artichoke stew; chickpea semolina dumplings; olive pine nut sauce By Out of the Ordinary 09/14/13 16:46 A few years ago I threw my back out. I was just helping our old dog to stand, and she weighed nothing, she was all bones and sunken skin. And yet, somehow, in trying to help her up I pulled … Continue reading →
Leeks, potato & french lentils stew … and burgers Leeks, potato & french lentils stew … and burgers By Out of the Ordinary 08/22/13 21:11 This morning Clio and I tried to go for a walk on the towpath. It had been raining for hours, and on one side the sky was as bright as day, but on the other, it was dark and purple-grey. … Continue reading →
Leek, potato & butterbean stew Leek, potato & butterbean stew By Out of the Ordinary 08/19/13 21:15 “His little treat, when he was nice and clean…was to leave his chest bare for a while. His pale skin, as white as that of an anaemic girl, was covered in tattoo marks scraped and scored by the coal, “cuttings,” … Continue reading →
Spicy cherry tomato chickpea stew; oven roasted hash browns Spicy cherry tomato chickpea stew; oven roasted hash browns By Out of the Ordinary 08/07/13 20:19 – Au moins si l’on mangeait du pain à sa suffisance ! répéta pour la troisième fois Étienne, sans transition apparente. (“If only we had enough bread to eat,” Etienne repeated for the third time, with no apparent connection.) I’ve … Continue reading →
Summer stew with white beans, potatoes, crispy eggplant and basil-pistachio pesto Summer stew with white beans, potatoes, crispy eggplant and basil-pistachio pesto By Out of the Ordinary 08/04/13 17:14 This morning Malcolm and I went out for a long walk on the tow path. He told me about a dream he’d had. The water turned to air and the air turned to water. So the fish swam in air … Continue reading →
French lentil & barley stew with sage, rosemary and port wine French lentil & barley stew with sage, rosemary and port wine By Out of the Ordinary 04/02/13 20:00 Beware of any post that starts, “Last night, I was trying to fall asleep and I started thinking about…” You’ve been warned! So, last night, I was trying to fall asleep and I started thinking about the Easterish theme of … Continue reading →
Roasted butternut and mushrooms with hendricks, herbs and gjetost cheese (vegetarian Norwegian reindeer stew) Roasted butternut and mushrooms with hendricks, herbs and gjetost cheese (vegetarian Norwegian reindeer stew) By Out of the Ordinary 02/23/13 16:41 I feel like I’ve been going on (and on) lately in an increasingly verbose fashion, and I have to get to work soon, so I’m going to let some others speak today. In the past we’ve presented a collection of … Continue reading →
Red bean, sweet potato & hominy stew and Olive oil rosemary biscuits Red bean, sweet potato & hominy stew and Olive oil rosemary biscuits By Out of the Ordinary 01/21/13 21:49 Well, it’s been a day of catching up after working all weekend. A day of laundry and grocery shopping and trying to get the boys to clean their room. It’s been a day of thinking about Martin Luther King Jr, … Continue reading →
White bean, turnip, and thyme stew and cheddar cornmeal biscuits White bean, turnip, and thyme stew and cheddar cornmeal biscuits By Out of the Ordinary 01/04/13 20:48 As you may recall, I’m reading The Brothers Karamzov, and I have been for some time. (It’s not that I don’t have time to read, but I feel a little guilty taking the time to read, which is sort of … Continue reading →
Red bean and tarragon stew with fennel and artichoke hearts, and rosemary cornmeal bread Red bean and tarragon stew with fennel and artichoke hearts, and rosemary cornmeal bread By Out of the Ordinary 12/07/12 18:12 Yesterday was a bright, cold day, with a ripple of agitation as the unseasonable warmth from the beginning of the week was blown away by the cold damp air of today. The sky was white blue, and the late afternoon … Continue reading →
Roasted root veg stew with chickpeas, red wine and oj, and semolina mozzarella volcanoes Roasted root veg stew with chickpeas, red wine and oj, and semolina mozzarella volcanoes By Out of the Ordinary 11/18/12 16:55 (I promise this is the last time I’ll talk about the damn power outage – until the next time!). I live in a small city. It’s a nice community made up mostly of kind, eccentric people who have either had … Continue reading →
Vegetarian Chorizo with spicy cabbage & chickpea stew Vegetarian Chorizo with spicy cabbage & chickpea stew By Out of the Ordinary 10/08/12 23:46 Happy Columbus day, everybody!! Of all the holidays that make you go, “Really? We’re celebrating that?” this might be the most questionable. He wasn’t even the first European; he didn’t actually discover anything, because people already lived in his “new...
Chickpea stew with tomatoes, chard and castelvetrano olives Chickpea stew with tomatoes, chard and castelvetrano olives By Out of the Ordinary 09/21/12 20:23 Isaac wants a baby orangutan for a pet, and so do I. Actually he just asked if I’d rather have an elephant, and I think I might rather. He’ll get the orangutan, and I’ll get the elephant. So we’re going … Continue reading →
Moroccan spiced chickpea, tomato and pepper stew & couscous, & semolina bread Moroccan spiced chickpea, tomato and pepper stew & couscous, & semolina bread By Out of the Ordinary 08/26/12 15:48 THE STEW 2 T olive oil 1 large shallot or medium-sized onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 can chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1 zucchini, cut into fairly fine dice, or small wedges (1/4 inch by 1/2 inch) 1 large … Continue reading →
Millet and summer stew with black beans and hominy Millet and summer stew with black beans and hominy By Out of the Ordinary 07/23/12 22:39 First we see a beautiful black and white shot of majestic mountains. Into the frame come the head and shoulders of a samurai, his back to us. He stands and looks up at the mountains for a few moments. And … Continue reading →
Slow cooker stew with red winter wheat, moong dal and collards Slow cooker stew with red winter wheat, moong dal and collards By Out of the Ordinary 04/23/12 20:06 Isaac is home from school with strep fever. We’ve drawn a little book of bugs, drawn mixed-up dinosaurs (Isaac declared himself “pretty impressed” with my mixed up pteranadon/prehistoric shark!), and we’ve gone to the doctor, where he danced all around,...
Spring stew with white beans and asparagus Spring stew with white beans and asparagus By Out of the Ordinary 03/16/12 18:24 I was thinking the other day that I probably talk about the weather too much. I know it’s a dull subject, and one that people resort to when they have nothing else to say. But weather matters! It’s fundamentally, life-alteringly, … Continue reading →
Red bean hominy stew & little cornmeal “quiches” Red bean hominy stew & little cornmeal “quiches” By Out of the Ordinary 02/27/12 01:24 I’ve been feeling super blechy the last few days. Headache, stomachache, sore throat, the ague. I’ve got the ague, I tell you!! So I wanted to make something spicy and flavorful to clear the sinuses and get past my dulled … Continue reading →
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