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    Colder weather food

    Now that it's getting chillier here in NC, I have started making some dinners that I feel are best for chilly/cold weather, like chili and chicken and dumplings (all home-made, of course). What are some of your favorites to have during the fall and winter months? I'm looking for more ideas.

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    I have all my ingredients laid out by the stove right now to make chili. Tomorrow will be apple pork chops. The next day will be homemade chicken noodles.

    Cold weather food rocks...just not overly fond of the cold weather!

    Jeremy

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    http://www.food.com/recipe/chicken-o...r-whenever-171

    I also drink lots and lots of coffee, if that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshallh View Post
    http://www.food.com/recipe/chicken-o...r-whenever-171

    I also drink lots and lots of coffee, if that counts.
    Chris drinks lots of coffee anyway.

    I've never tried to make chicken noodles....hmmmmm. Made chili already and it's long gone!!!

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    I made chili last night, Chili dogs today. lol

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    I bet she smells of old mustard and sawdust.
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    Potato soup is a winner that you can eat on for days. Which reminds me I forgot to get the stuff to make that yesterday at the store, damnit! Also beef stew soup. This takes us all damn day to make (we boil the meat first for hours and hours, this is the secret).

    Jeremy

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    Quote Originally Posted by HilbillyHomeboy View Post
    Potato soup is a winner that you can eat on for days. Which reminds me I forgot to get the stuff to make that yesterday at the store, damnit! Also beef stew soup. This takes us all damn day to make (we boil the meat first for hours and hours, this is the secret).

    Jeremy

    I ate so much potato soup as a kid that I can't stand the stuff now. I make beef stew throughout the year, but it's always well received.

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    Believe it or not I actually love grilling! I keep my Weber charcoal grill under the shelter on my patio. I'll cook homemade garlic bread and aged NY strips/top serloins for all the roomates fresh from Omaha Steaks. This with some scotch and the fireplace going on in the living room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HilbillyHomeboy View Post
    Potato soup is a winner that you can eat on for days. Which reminds me I forgot to get the stuff to make that yesterday at the store, damnit! Also beef stew soup. This takes us all damn day to make (we boil the meat first for hours and hours, this is the secret).

    Jeremy
    Beef stew is about as good as it gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by beepbeep View Post
    I ate so much potato soup as a kid that I can't stand the stuff now. I make beef stew throughout the year, but it's always well received.
    Yeah it's not something I want all the time. Usually one batch will hold me over for months. It's definitely a mmm this is good to if I have to eat one more damn bite of potato soup...LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by onebadmollafolla View Post
    Believe it or not I actually love grilling! I keep my Weber charcoal grill under the shelter on my patio. I'll cook homemade garlic bread and aged NY strips/top serloins for all the roomates fresh from Omaha Steaks. This with some scotch and the fireplace going on in the living room.
    Wanna know why I hate you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beef6 View Post
    Beef stew is about as good as it gets
    User name, relevant! But yeah, when it's made well, mmmmmm.


    Chili is done, dishwasher unloaded and reloaded. House/Chuck/Football coming up...perfect!

    Jeremy

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