What's your favorite winter food?

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    What's your favorite winter food?

    OK. So it's not officially winter but the first snow of the season has hit Boston streets.

    What's your favorite winter food? Hot chocolate? A hot toddy? Beef bourguignon or some other comfort food? Please share your thoughts and recipes.

     
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    The first snow of the year has to be welcomed with hot chocolate!
     
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    What's your favorite winter food?

    When I was a drunk it was always Scotch on the Rocks...I guess now it is roast beef
     
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    What's your favorite winter food?

    upper crust pizza and a whoopie pie from zathmary's (RIP)
     
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    oh! And a plain donut with tea from dunkin donuts.
     
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    Favorite winter food: Beef stew. Brown some stew beef cut into 1 inch cubes. Add red potoates, carrots, quartered onions, garlic (optional), chicken broth (optional), sliced celery, salt and pepper. Cover with water and/or broth and simmer for about 2-3 hours. In the last half hour add some hearty red wine (Ex: Burgundy) to taste.
     
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    Potato Au Gratin

    4 large sliced Idaho Potatoes...place half in a casserole dish, top with 1 onion, diced and sauteed in butter. Take three tablespoons of butter in a saucepan and once melted, add three tablespoon of flour, wisk together. Add two cups milk, wisk together and cook for a couple of minutes, add two cups of shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese, melt together and pour over the top. Cook 1 1/2 to 2 hours at 400 degrees. Top with cheese if desired. Optional...add ham, chives, hot sauce or paprika.

    Good with thick cut pork chops with barbeque sauce on top, and green beans. My very picky kids love it.

     
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    What's your favorite winter food?

    homemade Pasta Fagoli soup and my mom's homemade gnocci, sauce and meatballs!
     
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    Oh have a little spirit, why don't you...that's what it's called. (Maybe you need a glass or two) Mulled means to heat with sugar and spices....It is an actual word.
     
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    What's your favorite winter food?

    Tarte au Sucre - French Canadian maple syrup pie

    2 eggs, 1 c brown sugar, salt, 2 tsp vinegar, 1/2 c maple syrup, 6 tbsp melted butter, 2/3 c chopped nuts, pie shell

    Mix the eggs, sugar, salt, vinegar and maple syrup. Add the chopped nuts and the melted butter. Fill pie shell. Bake at 450 deg for 10 min, and at 350 deg for the next 30 minutes. Serve hot or cold, covered with whipped cream.

     
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    I love pasta fagioli...its a white or pink small bean soup in a tomato based broth. You can go to any recipe website to find a recipe. The only fat is the olive oil and beans are high in fiber. I recommend a small tubular pasta like ditalini, it holds the broth well. If you choose, you can sprinkle grated cheese but this will, of course, up the fat.

    You can also heat chick peas with olive oil, throw in a leafy green like spinach or rabe, have over pasta (or not).

    I'm Sicilian and LOVE the "peasant" foods my grandmother always cooked for us.

     
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    What's your favorite winter food?

    nothing like a hearty braised osso bucco on a cold night

    osso bucco with root veggies
     

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