We awoke to freezing temperatures this morning, the first time this season. After coffee, I asked Belle what she wanted for lunch, and she reminded me about a piece of pork we needed to cook. So, a stew seemed to be in order.
I want out to the shop, lit the hater near her couch, then started prepping the pork. Cut it into bite-sized peices and seasoned it well with salt, pepper, garlic powder and a little Tony's seasoning. I washed and chopped an onion, some russet potatoes, and some carrots. Then browned the pork in a little oil, When brown, I added the onions, and a little flour. I let that sizzle for a bit, then added some brown gravy mix and water. A little Lea &Perrins for flavor. I put it on what trail cooks call a "slow walk" and let the flavors blend for an hour or so.
When the carrots were fork tender, I put on a pot of rice. That's how we did lunch today.