This one had tomatoes, passata, peppers, onion, thyme in it.  I used pollock (frozen white fish fillets from Sainsbug’s), and dried thyme.  The recipe had for more fish than was perhaps necessary, and added water with the passata, which was not necessary so I left it out.  It was very extremely yummy, as were the home-made bread rolls I made to serve it with.  Sam dunked the rolls into the stew, but otherwise ignored the stew; Hannah would only eat the bread.  I definitely think home-made bread is worth the effort.  It is not very much effort, after all, and I like the smell, and kneading dough is very therapeutic (I do not use a breadmaker; I don’t think breadmaker bread is as good as the real thing)