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Old 03-18-2015, 05:23 AM   #31
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Ok, I have to ask, Mumu? Is that in reference to a discussion I saw here on baking/roasting?


As for the stew casserole thing I have a foot in both camps. I would say that in general I see the point made by Andy and I would indeed rate by runniness soup, stew and then casserole.
Perhaps that is why they called this a casserole, as it was fairly thick, although I did have to thicken it slightly with cornflour.
But I also think that a stew is done on the hob and a casserole is done in the oven.


At the end of the day who cares, so long as the end result is delicious?


As this is meant to be a section for discussing todays menu I might ask the casserole/stew question elsewhere on the site, not a big issue just curious as to the consensus.
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