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10 Winter Pastas

By • January 22, 2014 • 6 Comments

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On days like these -- when cold snow creeps over the tops of our boots and we're glad to be packed into a crowded subway car simply for the heat -- very few things make us warm and happy. Hot chocolate is too fleeting, our favorite winter hats are weathered, and by the time we get home all we want to do is crawl under a blanket and put on every pair of long johns we own. Pasta, on a day like this, is like a hot shower -- very few things make us feel this warm and content. Only one rule applies: you have to have seconds. 

Edward Giobbi's Spaghetti alla Foriana by Genius Recipes 

 

Grandma DiLaura's italian Ricotta Gnocchi by cdilaura 

  

Pasta e Ceci by Emiko

 

Diane Kochilas' Pasta with Yogurt and Caramelized Onions by Genius Recipes  

 

 Al Forno's Penne with Tomato, Cream and Five Cheeses by Genius Recipes  

 

Birthday Lasagna by Merrill Stubbs

 

Rigatoni with Fennel and Veal Sausage by cristinasciarra

 

Rao's Meatballs by Genius Recipes 

  

Swiss Chard and Lemon Ricotta Pasta by TheWimpyVegetarian

  

Spaghetti Carbonara by Brette Warshaw 

 

Pasta Al Forno with Pumpkin and Pancetta by Merrill Stubbs

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8 months ago snowmoonelk

Patricia, try living with a vegetarian! Ye gods, it's a pain.

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8 months ago dymnyno

These cold weather comfort foods look delicious, but here in the West we are "suffering" from a month of 70 to 80 degree days. There is no cold weather or rain in our forecast. Stop rubbing it in!!!

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8 months ago Joy Belamarich

I would happily switch places with you any day!

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8 months ago dymnyno

No! We are having a terrible draught. Our vineyards are usually bright with tall bright yellow mustard this time of year or carpets of bright green, but this year all is brown, brown and in desperate need of water. The warm dry pattern has become depressing! This is a crisis for agriculture.

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8 months ago patricia

These all sound great!

Alas, I live with the only man in the world who dislikes pasta. *weeps*

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8 months ago Joy Belamarich

Noooooo! Even if its baked in cheese and sprinkled with bacon?