Friday, 4 October 2013

Food on Friday: Stews and Casseroles


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Hi everyone, I'm in a bit of a culinary rut with Stews & Casseroles so I'm looking forward to getting inspired by all of yours!

To link your dish in, just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and then paste the url for your post into the second one.

This is a no rules collection so you don't need to grab a blog button or anything – if you want one, you'll find it on my contact page.

To make it easy for you to choose which dishes to check out in detail, all links will be pinned to this Pinboard

Happy linking!

PS  You can find the forward schedule of themes/ingredients for Food on Friday in one of the pages at the top.


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56 comments:

  1. Love this! Had so many great casserole and stews recipes. All vegetarian, healthy and delicious! I'm sure I'll find many more awesome recipes in this list :)

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  2. Thanks, Carole--what a terrific collection you're building, and I'm glad to be a part of it. And to have it to refer to as our North American weather turns my mind towards stews!

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  3. Thanks for hosting, Carole ! Almost bed time for us in SA ;-)

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  4. I just happen to have a slow cooker of Beef & Ale stew on right now! Except I subsituted red wine for the ale. Ha ha works with any type of alcohol!

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  5. Thank you so much for another fun party Carole. Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  6. Hi, Carole and all!
    My Ma's casserole 'Anna Sultana's Baked Macaroni with Meat, Maltese Style' (#37) also has a link for another casserole.
    Enjoy!
    Margaret

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  7. Thanks for hosting Carol. I'm sharing one of my favorite French casseroles - Cassoulet, a light version.

    Have a great weekend.
    Sam

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  8. Carol, I'm so happy it's getting to be braising weather around here. AND baking weather. I have a terrific giveaway going for US readers.

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  9. The perfect topic for this time of year - even if it's 80 degrees in Connecticut today!

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  10. Hi Carol,
    I have some great recipes to share: A Moroccan Fish Stew, a Half Crocked Beef Stew and a vegetarian Pumpkin Lentil Stew. I always find your themes so much fun. Thanks for the party.

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  11. Thanks Carole. I double deposited. :-)

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  12. I am submitting two recipes chunky Beef stew and Mom's hamburger stew pot pie!
    Thanks for the party!

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  13. Hello, Carol! My contribution this week is a tasty Hungarian goulash. Enjoy!

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  14. sorry Carole! i did something wrong when posting my hamburger stew pot pie.... the 3rd one works.. please delete the first 2 :)

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  15. Thanks for hosting! I shared my Easy Butternut Squash Soup recipe. :)
    Carolyn @ Nourishing Charlotte

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  16. Had a few to add this time! As always, thanks so much for hosting!

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  17. Lots of slow cooker inspiration there :)

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  18. I love stews - rabbit, lamb, beef....you name it! Thanks for this wonderful theme this week!

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  19. Finally time to start cooking stews and soups! One of the many great things about fall

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  20. Perfect time of year to share these type of recipes!

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  21. Hi Carole. I love beef stew but am always pressed for time so I made this stew out of hamburger. Thanks!

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  22. Thanks for hosting Carole! I always look forward to Food on Fridays!! Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  23. Carole, a great topic! Makes you realize HOW many of these kinds of things you make. Thanks so much for hosting.

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  24. I recently made a Hungarian Beef Stew that was super tasty!

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  25. Thank you for hosting. I am always looking for stew and soup recipes too!

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  26. I linked Chicken Stew with Doughboys. I cannot wait to try some of the stews and casseroles that people have linked here.

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  27. This is an astounding collection of stew/casserole recipes. Thanks for hosting.

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  28. The weather is turning colder next week for us--so I can't wait to try some new stew recipes!

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  29. I added my pork chops, apples & stuffing recipe! Thank you!

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  30. I have tons of casseroles--my favorite meal to make--so it was hard to choose, but I put one of the newer ones up--a chili dog casserole even *I* will eat (since I typically HATE that kind of thing LOL)

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  31. With winter just around the corner, this makes me so excited!! I just made a Turkey Stew this week, wish I had posted on my blog in time for this! Alas my readers will have to live with getting a Gluten Free Healthy Doughnut Recipe :P

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  32. Thanks for the round-up, Carole. It's stew and casserole time around here!

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  33. Yum - great category!!! I love both stews and casseroles so I shared one of each. Mahogany Beef Stew and Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta Bake.

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  34. We have a cold front moving in this weekend, so this is a very timing topic. I've link up my two versions of New Mexico Green Chile stew. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and thanks for the party!

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  35. Thanks for hosting! Shared my Crock Pot Pork Stew and Spinach and Chicken Mostaccioli Casserole. :)
    Have a great weekend!!!

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  36. Thanks Carole for letting me pull out a good recipe. The Hunger games lamb stew (inspired from the movie). It's time to think stew again now that it's colder here (well I wish it was colder. It's still in 80's in Nashville). We can only dream of cooler Fall (you're going into Spring right?)

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  37. Thanks for the invite, Carole! Now is the PERFECT time to start collecting recipes for warm pots of goodness! YUM!

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  38. Happy stewing, slow cooking and pressure cooking just love a slow cooked morsel

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  39. Oh Carole my comment disappeared. Once again though I do love a slow cooked dinner, If you dont have too much time though try my Chicken and Parmesan Meatballs , quick, easy delicous

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  40. You can't beat a good hearty stew when the days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder!

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  41. Thanks again for hosting! I'm craving one the special Turkish casseroles I learned while living in Turkey. Yum!

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  42. Perfect timing--Our weather's turned cold for the weekend! Thanks Carole!

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  43. Great idea for this time of the year! Thanks so much. :-)

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  44. Getting lots of ideas from this week's Food on Fridays, thanks so much for doing this. And since it's getting to be cooler weather up here, the recipes fit right in.

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  45. Posting my stewed tomato and okra with bacon recipe. I love Irish lamb stew and Julia Child's beef in red wine.

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  46. It's going to take forever to work my way through all of these wonderful sounding recipes. Just my idea of fun!

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  47. I love having stews and casseroles during the fall! Thanks for hosting!

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  48. I added my lamb tajine with dried fruit and honey. Stews and casseroles are the perfect theme for fall.

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  49. Only just added a lovely beef & beer stew.

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  50. Loving some of the ideas to use my baseball bats... I mean zucchini. Thanks again for hosting :)

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