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It's supposed to be cold and windy tomorrow. The kids will be with grandma all day. The house is clean. My husband has projects in the garage.
That means I have all day to cook.
Normally I think of recipes and push them aside because they have too many steps or take too long. Now I have the time and I can't think if anything.

  • Posted by: kimhw
  • November 3, 2012
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Omeletta
Omeletta November 3, 2012

That always happens to me! There's this doozy, Julia Child's boeuf bourguignon, which can take a while, plus heat up the house nicely (this is a page with broken up pdf of the recipe, but printable) http://cooking.knopfdoubleday.com/2009/07/13/julia-childs-boeuf-bourguignon-recipe/

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MTMitchell
MTMitchell November 3, 2012

Also a great bolognese (which takes time and some effort but leaves time for reading the Sunday paper too). I made this last time and it was yummy -- http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/9735848/ns/today-food/t/meat-sauce-bolognese-sugo-alla-bolognese/

Happy Sunday!

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Monita
Monita November 3, 2012

Bake bread. Try this no knead version
http://www.nytimes.com...

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inpatskitchen November 3, 2012

Both the above recipes sound great! Make them both and they'll keep for later in the week. Great comfort food all week long!

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Sadassa_Ulna November 3, 2012

I like the ideas mentioned. You could make batches of holiday cookie dough for freezing and bake up a sheet or two now. Homemade pasta - ravioli or tortellini?

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kimhw
kimhw November 6, 2012

Thanks everyone. I made the beef bourgignon. Bread. And tons of muffins and cookies for the holidays. I also canned some if my fall garden harvest and finished all the herbs by either making herbed salts, freezing in oil or drying. I'm ready for winter!

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