Jul 14, 2009 Stews Warm Up Winter Days Whether it's four-and-twenty blackbirds or chicken and cider, a rich stew topped with pastry is the essence of comfort food. Chicken Winter Stew Kitchen Entertaining 3 Comments 0 Save Print Email Enlarge Credit: The Guardian There are few things more tempting on a cold day than a slow-simmered, savoury stew bobbing with dumplings, topped with flaky pastry or sealed with a scone-y crust.http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/jan/10/hugh-fearnley-whittingstall-r... 0 Save Print Email More from Saveur.com Crostini with Black-Eyed Peas, Radicchio, and Raisins Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Jamaican Jerk Chicken Hoppin’ John Soup Vanilla-Scented Quince and Pear Pie Related Links Comments (3) by younglynda on 2010-01-07 You do know that the U.S. is the only country on this side of the Atlantic that doesn't use metric? For your info 1 cup equals 237 ml and 1 ounce equals 28 grams. Also the Food Lover's Companion has a conversion guide in the appendix. by peters48 on 2010-01-07 This looks interesting. While the recipe's from the UK's Guardian newspaper, it sure would be helpful if the ingredients weren't in grams and milliliters but in ounces, pounds, feet and increments we use over on this side of the Atlantic by 383 on 2010-01-08 I like the fact that they use weight based measurements, which are actually far more accurate than the volume measurements. I would suggest a digital scale. I guess the good thing about being a Canadian cook is that we are pretty bilingual when it comes to metric and imperial measurements. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?