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This weekend calls for whipping up warm, comforting dishes. Dishes -- like cassoulet, ravioli, and potatoes -- that can soothe your frostbitten soul. Make any of these cozy recipes, and you won't even mind that Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter.
- This beet ravioli with sage and ricotta is almost too pretty to eat. (Sunday Suppers.)
- Use the domino technique to achieve perfectly crisp potatoes. (I Am a Food Blog.)
- Melted cheese is the answer to all your winter problems. (The veggies and millet can't hurt either.) (Edible Perspective.)
- The best snow day baking project: fresh apple pie. (Elephantine.)
- Flaky biscuits are made better with the addition of crunchy seeds. (Apt. 2B Baking Co.)
- This hearty French cassoulet will warm you right up. (Manger.)
- You'll want to savor every bite of this spicy turmeric coconut sauce with cod. (Dula Notes.)
- Comfort food at its finest: a bowl of hot and sour soup. (Feed Me Phoebe.)
Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!
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