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Old 10-30-2020, 05:42 PM   #1
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Question Time to start the fall warm you up comfort food. What do you make?

Today was a 40s damp nasty day so my wife made her baked mac and cheese with stewed tomatoes for first time this season which is a great warm you up comfort meal.

What do you guys like to make as warm you up comfort food when the winter months approach?

The three pieces of brisket on the left is for my dogs. They lay patiently on the floor without begging so I do give them little treats.

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Old 10-30-2020, 05:49 PM   #2
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A good dog is even better than a good meal.

I make meat loaf and braised dishes. Tonight is lamb shanks but instead of smoking I decided to Instant Pot them.
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A good dog is even better than a good meal.

I make meat loaf and braised dishes. Tonight is lamb shanks but instead of smoking I decided to Instant Pot them.
That lamb sounds excellent! Pretty soon it will be time to make a good lamb stew!
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Big pot of turkey noodle soup tonight from leftover turkey bones. I really like chili and beans and cornbread when the weather gets cold.
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For our family venison chili that I make and chicken pot pie that the wife makes are some of our favs!
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About time for the first batch of chili. NO BEANS. Might also make a batch of pork green chili, made that earlier for a TD it was pert darned good.
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I LOVE chicken pot pies and chicken and dumplings when the weather cools a bit. My wife is onboard for the pies, not so much for the dumplings, so I don't get that as often. My wife has a salisbury steak type of recipe that she makes and it definitely beats any of the frozen ones from the grocery store.
I have a pot of brisket chili on as I type, and that will be coming up in a separate post.
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About time for the first batch of chili. NO BEANS. Might also make a batch of pork green chili, made that earlier for a TD it was pert darned good.
Chili...WITH BEANS , chile colorado or verde, caldo de albondigas, red chile pork neckbones over spaghetti, hobo stew, caldillo, caldo de rez, chicken green chile casserole, shepard's pie, menudo, tamales, lots of soupy sopa dishes, goulash type dishes, chicken leg soup with lots of veggies and egg noodles, ENCHILADAS......my kids love soupy dishes, so pretty much anything. A good potato soup with bacon. Now I'm hungry!

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Soups, stews, chowder, pot pies, mac n cheese, it's all good and perfect for the Fall and Winter seasons! I made a New England Fish Chowder last weekend.

Here's a Chicken Noodle Soup I made yesterday. My wife's normally the Soup Lady, but I knew she'd be a bit under the weather after some dental work so I took over the soup making chore for the day.

Bone-in chicken breasts seasoned with Yardbird out on the Weber, diced up including the crispy skin which is where all the flavor is and into the soup pot with carrots, celery, onion, garlic and eventually the noodles. I know a lot of recipes boil the chicken in the water but we're all lucky enough on this forum to know there's a better way.



No wimpy bowls of soup in my house. And I got a big thumbs up from my wife. She may not give up her title but at least she knows I can make a good bowl of soup.
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Chili is #1. But Also, Hearty ham and string bean soup, and Turkey Pot Pies.
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I'm coming over to lay on your floor ....
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We had two rotty's growing up who would fight when they knew they were getting leftovers. You would be attacked if you layed on the floor during dinner time.
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Chili. A chicken stew. Jambalaya. I love one pot dishes
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