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Warm, Comforting Braises
Similar to a stew, a braise is a slow-cooked dish that makes the most of tough cuts of meat and poultry and produces a lovely, rich pan sauce. The braise may or may not contain vegetables although vegetables can be braised on their own, too (think brai

 

Soup and Stew Savvy
The difference between a soup and stew, it could be argued, is a little liquid. Soups are eaten with a spoon, while for most stews, you need a fork. Both are satisfyingly easy to make and enjoy. 

 








 
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