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One-pot dinners

Gary Rolin | Mar 1, 2003 04:33 PM

Recently, my wife and I had a baby.

One of the ways we've decided to stretch things out is making a big pot of food (like a stew), make too much and use the rest for the week. Sometimes we have people over who want to see the baby and they eat too

It has worked very well, but I don't want it to get too repetitive. So I ask, does anyone out there know of a good recipe or of a good cookbook that deals in one-pot dinners. It would help if they were reasonably light as well. We are both on the weight watchers.

Things I've tried:

-Beef Stew
-Chocoutre Garni (Turkey sausage and white wine, got rave reviews)
-Cook's Illustrated Beef Chili (Even with faux Ground Beef, it was really good. I highly recommend it)
-Brunswick Stew (Disappointed with the recipe)

Thanks in advance

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