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20 Essential Dishes to Get You Through the Winter

By • February 16, 2014 • 1 Comment

We see you there, huddled under your blanket on your couch, with fuzzy socks on and a gigantic sweater. We know it feels too cold to move, to even sneak your arm out from underneath the covers and grab the television remote. But we've got twenty new blankets for you right here: twenty dishes to warm up with, to cuddle up with, to get up from your couch for and cook. It's been a long, tough winter -- here's the way to get through it.

April Bloomfield's English Porridge by Genius Recipes

Porridge from Food52

 

Beef Bourguignon by TasteFood

Beef bourguignon from Food52

 

Scalloped Potatoes with Caramelized Onions by Katheryn's Kitchen 

Scalloped potatoes from Food52

 

Bacon & Egg Ramen by Aliwaks 

Ramen from Food52

 

Simple Bolognese by Merrill Stubbs

Bolognese from Food52 

 

Chicken Stoup by Merrill Stubbs 

Chicken stoup from Food52

 

Spaghetti Carbonara by brette warshaw

Carbonara from Food52

 

Dan Barber's Braised Short Ribs by Amanda Hesser

Short ribs from Food52 

 

Barbara Lynch's Spicy Tomato Soup by Genius Recipes

Tomato soup from Food52

 

Just Good Chili by Jestei

Chili from Food52

 

Barbara Kafka's Simplest Roast Chicken by Genius Recipes

Roast chicken from Food52

 

Leek Risotto by nicolecooks

Risotto from Food52

 

Martha Stewart's Macaroni and Cheese by Genius Recipes

Macaroni and cheese from Food52

 

French Onion Soup, the Scorched Way by Nicholas

French onion soup from Food52

 

Betty Wason's Basic Pot Roast by Genius Recipes 

Pot roast from Food53

 

Mr. L's Mashed Potatoes by La452 

Mashed potatoes from Food52

  

Hot Toddy with Dried Cherries and Lime by Amanda Hesser

Hot toddy from Food52

 

Crisp and Tender Roasted Root Vegetables by Merrill Stubbs

Roasted veg from Food52

 

Carlo Middione's Polenta Facile by Genius Recipes 

Polenta from Food52

 

Perfect Hot Chocolate by SavvyJuiie

Hot chocolate from Food52

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5 months ago Lynn Westlund

Martha Stewart's mac-n-cheese is divine.