pottage

pottage

/ˈpɑtədʒ/
noun
a stew of vegetables and (sometimes) meat

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gravy

gravy

/ˈɡɹeɪvi/
noun
the seasoned but not thickened juices that drip from cooking meats; often a little water is added

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beef bourguignonne

beef bourguignonne

/bˈiːf bˈɜːɡwɪɡnˌɑːn/
noun
beef and mushrooms and onions stewed in red wine and seasonings

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beef stroganoff

beef stroganoff

/bˈiːf stɹˈɑːɡɐnˌɔf/
noun
sauteed strips of beef and mushrooms in sour cream sauce served with noodles

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chicken stew

chicken stew

/tʃˈɪkɪn stˈuː/
noun
a stew made with chicken

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chili con carne

chili con carne

/tʃˈɪli kˈɑːn kˈɑːɹn/
noun
a hot dish of chopped meat with chili peppers and beans, originated in Mexico

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goulash

goulash

/ˈɡuˌɫɑʃ/
noun
a dish of meat and vegetables slowly cooked in liquid with paprika, originated in Hungary

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gumbo

gumbo

/ˈɡəmboʊ/
noun
a soup or stew thickened with okra pods

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Irish stew

Irish stew

/ˈaɪɹɪʃ stˈuː/
noun
a dish made with mutton, onions, and potatoes

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Lancashire hotpot

Lancashire hotpot

/lˈænkəʃɚ hˈɑːtpɑːt/
noun
‌a stew that consists of mutton or lamb cooked with vegetables and topped with sliced potatoes

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ratatouille

ratatouille

/ˌɹætəˈtuj/
noun
a dish consisting of tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers, eggplants, and onions cooked together, originated in France

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bigos

bigos

/ˈbiɡoʊz/
noun
a Polish stew of cabbage and meat

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brunswick stew

brunswick stew

/bɹˈʌnswɪk stˈuː/
noun
spicy southern specialty: chicken (or small game) with corn and tomatoes and lima beans and okra and onions and potatoes

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burgoo

burgoo

/bˈɜːɡuː/
noun
thick spicy stew of whatever meat and whatever vegetables are available; southern United States

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cassoulet

cassoulet

/kˈæsoʊlət/
noun
a stew of meat and beans, originated in France

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compote

compote

/ˈkɑmpoʊt/
noun
a cold dessert that consists of fruit which has been cooked in a syrup

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coq au vin

coq au vin

/kˈɑːk ˌoʊ vˈɪn/
noun
a dish in which chicken meat is cooked in wine, originated in France

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hot pot

hot pot

/hˈɑːt pˈɑːt/
noun
a stew of meat and potatoes cooked in a tightly covered pot

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mulligan stew

mulligan stew

/mˈʌlɪɡən stˈuː/
noun
Irish version of burgoo

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pot-au-feu

pot-au-feu

/pˈɑːtˌoʊfjˈuː/
noun
traditional French stew of vegetables and beef

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ragout

ragout

/ɹˈæɡaʊt/
noun
a dish of small pieces of meat boiled with vegetables and a variety of spices, originated in France

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scouse

scouse

/skˈaʊs/
noun
a stew of meat and vegetables and hardtack that is eaten by sailors

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chupe

chupe

/tʃuːp/
noun
*** a generic term used in South America to a variety of stew generally made with chicken

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mulligatawny

mulligatawny

/mˈʌlɪɡˌætɔːni/
noun
a soup of eastern India that is flavored with curry; prepared with a meat or chicken base

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solyanka

solyanka

/sɑːlɪænkə/
noun
*** a thick and sour soup of Russian origin that is common in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and other states of the former Soviet Union

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eggdrop soup

eggdrop soup

/ˈɛɡdɹɑːp sˈuːp/
noun
made by stirring beaten eggs into a simmering broth

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chakapuli

chakapuli

/tʃækæpjʊlaɪ/
noun
*** a Georgian stew. It is considered to be one of the most popular dishes in Georgia

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