English version

stew in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstewstew1 /stjuː $ stuː/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DFCOOK a hot meal made by cooking meat and vegetables slowly in liquid for a long time syn casserole a pot of stew beef stew2 in a stew
Examples from the Corpus
stewThere were no Pommes Anna to puzzle him, but would he find the croûtons for the top of the chicken stew?Inside the mirrored towers of its operations complex, it decodes, translates and analyzes the electronic stew known as signals intelligence.At the Desert Garden Hotel, the buffet line is digging into kangaroo stew.Human and animal, they all stirred up together in some great mental stew.Specialities include mussel and onion stew and chicken de vaux.I was tired, and wanted to recover from the stew.The stew was on and simmering, and the fragrance in the rectory was intoxicating.Don't hurry with your stew, er - Vern.