The 14 Best Recipes to Cook This Winter
Winter time calls for some stick-to-your-ribs, comforting food. Something you could eat and hypothetically hibernate for a while. We’re talking stews, like the cassoulet, and spice bombs like mapo tafo. Give these recipes a shot, and let them warm up your body inside and out.
Straight from Rome to your kitchen.
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With a slow cooker, there's no excuse to not make beans from scratch. Start here.
A 14th-century invention, cassoulet is a hearty, caloric flavor bomb. And it's perfect for winter nights.
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Put down the coconut water and make haejangguk instead.
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Serve with grilled bread for a hearty, healthy, meat-free stew.
James Beard-winning author Robb Walsh's fail-proof recipe for classic Texas-style chili.