Cold Weather Cookin: What Warms Your Kitchen?
#11
Hmmm... I'm feeling too lazy to bake. I think soup is the way I will go for the rest of this cold-snap. I picked up some fifteen-bean mix on sale. I have some ham to put in for seasoning. It should fill the apartment with a good aroma :)
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#12
Chicken stew.  Chili.  Ziti & meatballs.
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#13
Any kind of a pasta bake, brownies... .
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#14
I go with chili or homemade chicken and barley soup. And lotsa, lotsa crispy cornbread.
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#15
Stew... yum.Maybe some venison neck chops, stewed up with spuds, carrots, onions, and once it starts boiling and breakng down, i add shredded bread slices, which i stir to dissolvge,  to thicken it.
some herbs and whatnot... this thread makes me hungry.
otherwise, bacon bone soup's always good in cold weather.
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#16
(01-10-2010, 08:49 PM)Arun Wrote: Stew... yum.Maybe some venison neck chops, stewed up with spuds, carrots, onions, and once it starts boiling and breakng down, i add shredded bread slices, which i stir to dissolvge,  to thicken it.
some herbs and whatnot... this thread makes me hungry.
otherwise, bacon bone soup's always good in cold weather.

Brunswick stew - oxtail soup w/ a ton of root vegs. in it - oatmeal, oatmeal, and more oatmeal... but with a ton of cream and sugar and nutmeg in it
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#17
(01-10-2010, 08:49 PM)Arun Wrote: Stew... yum.Maybe some venison neck chops, stewed up with spuds, carrots, onions, and once it starts boiling and breakng down, i add shredded bread slices, which i stir to dissolvge,  to thicken it.
some herbs and whatnot... this thread makes me hungry.
otherwise, bacon bone soup's always good in cold weather.

YOU have cold weather?!?  :laughing:
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#18
Today I warmed my cold luncheon guests with Betty Feezor pork chops, lima bean casserole, spinach salad with strawberry vinaigrette, and homemade gingerbread.
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#19
(01-10-2010, 09:50 PM)BrevisVir55 Wrote:
(01-10-2010, 08:49 PM)Arun Wrote: Stew... yum.Maybe some venison neck chops, stewed up with spuds, carrots, onions, and once it starts boiling and breakng down, i add shredded bread slices, which i stir to dissolvge,  to thicken it.
some herbs and whatnot... this thread makes me hungry.
otherwise, bacon bone soup's always good in cold weather.

YOU have cold weather?!?  :laughing:

Wel, not right now cos its summer. In winter, this area usually doesn't get lower than -10 celsius, but over in Taranaki, or National Park (about 2 hours drive each, in different directions) the mountains get quite cold, what with the snow &c.
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#20
(01-10-2010, 11:20 PM)Arun Wrote:
(01-10-2010, 09:50 PM)BrevisVir55 Wrote:
(01-10-2010, 08:49 PM)Arun Wrote: Stew... yum.Maybe some venison neck chops, stewed up with spuds, carrots, onions, and once it starts boiling and breakng down, i add shredded bread slices, which i stir to dissolvge,  to thicken it.
some herbs and whatnot... this thread makes me hungry.
otherwise, bacon bone soup's always good in cold weather.

YOU have cold weather?!?  :laughing:

Wel, not right now cos its summer. In winter, this area usually doesn't get lower than -10 celsius, but over in Taranaki, or National Park (about 2 hours drive each, in different directions) the mountains get quite cold, what with the snow &c.

ooooo....must be aweful....
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