What is a spicy stew called?

Below are possible answers for the crossword clue Spicy stew. OLLA (4) RAGOUT (6)

What is a French seaport?

10 significant ports in France Table of Contents. The Autonomous Port of Paris. The Port of Marseille. The Port of Lyon. The Port of Le Havre.

How do you make spicy stew Genshin?

Spicy Stew is a special food item that the player has a chance to obtain by cooking Cream Stew with Barbara. The recipe for Cream Stew is obtainable from Good Hunter for 2,500 Mora after reaching Adventure Rank 25. Spicy Stew decreases Stamina depleted by sprinting for all party members by 25% for 1500 seconds.

What do you call something made from clay?

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for MADE FROM CLAY [ceramic] We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word ceramic will help you to finish your crossword today.

What is a port of England?

The Port of London is that part of the River Thames in England lying between Teddington Lock and the defined boundary (since 1968, a line drawn from Foulness Point in Essex via Gunfleet Old Lighthouse to Warden Point in Kent) with the North Sea and including any associated docks.

How do you unlock spicy stew?

Making the spicy stew

  1. First, obtain a regular stew (easily purchased from Warriors’ Guild).
  2. Get the spices. Get a cat (or hellcat) to chase the hell-rats. Go to Evil Dave’s basement in the house west of the Edgeville bank.
  3. Add up to 3 doses of a colour spice to the regular stew to get a spicy stew.

How old is Barbara?

Genshin Impact: All Character Ages + Height

Barbara July 5 16-18
Beidou February 14 21-27
Bennett February 29 16-17
Chongyun September 7 18-20

What is another name for mead?

The term honey wine is sometimes used as a synonym for mead, although wine is typically defined to be the product of fermented grapes or certain other fruits, and some cultures have honey wines that are distinct from mead.

What do you call a broad smile?

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for BROAD SMILE [grin]