HomeProgramsEating Right Every BiteStew Recipes Provide Warm and Hearty Winter Fare gwhqadmin December 15, 2009 Eating Right Every Bite 1 Comment Stew recipes are not only a great way to warm up during the chilly winter months, but also easy to make, with just a single pot and some culinary creativity. In the latest episode of Eating Right Every Bite, Chef Dave Fouts shares two delicious stew recipes perfect for weight loss surgery patients. When it’s snowy and cold outside, all you crave is warm comfort food. But, that doesn’t mean you have to stray from your bariatric diet. In the latest episode of Eating Right Every Bite, Chef Dave prepares two great recipes that meet all the winter criteria: they’re warm and rich, make lots of leftovers, and travel well. So, whether you are heading to the mountains, staying in with the family, or having guests over this winter, these hot stews are sure to please. Article continues below video player. Get the Flash Player to see the wordTube Media Player. Both stew recipes not only take no time to make, they only use one pot. That means more time by the fire and less time in the kitchen. You can even prep your ingredients the night before, so all you have to do is heat and eat. Plus, the extended cooking times mean your house will be full of great smells by the time you are ready to dig in. This episode, Chef Dave brings us Brunswick Stew with a little kick of Worcestershire and Tabasco, and feel-good favorite Beef Stew with all your favorite veggies. Both recipes make plenty and reheat well for days of feel-good leftovers that are good for you, too! Dave also offers tips to make weekly meals easier — and be sure to catch the fun bloopers at the end of the show. Hungry yet? Click here to download the recipes. One Response Susan Eavenson December 18, 2009 Will this stew taste good without the red wine?