Three Bean and Beef Crock Pot Chili. Healthy, hearty, and lots of spicy kick!
Comforting stew with italian sausages and puy lentils
Quick and easy Pumpkin Turkey Chili topped with blue corn tortilla chips, sour cream and scallions
Green chicken chili made with shredded chicken, white beans and tomatillo salsa
my all time favorite beef chili!
Macaroni & Cheese Casserole ~ pure comfort food
Comfort food at its most basic - warm and hearty vegetable beef soup.
Comfort Food at its best: Shepherd's Pie with Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Pork Curry Donburi: try something different for dinner - a tasty Japanese curry.
A hearty beef stew best enjoyed on a chilly Autumn's night. Leftovers taste even better the next day!
Pumpkin Chili Mole. Rich enough to satisfy the most die hard meat lover. (Did I mention it has BEER?)
Smoked Gouda Mac 'n Cheese
Thai creamy chicken soup or tom kha gai, perfectly appetizing and comforting for the fall!
Sausage and White Bean Stew
Turkey chili...enough to feed an army!
Roasted Pumpkin and Patty Pan Stew. Warm up to autumn with this hearty root vegetable and squash soup.
Cranberry Bean Chili with Winter Squash and Swiss Chard
Congee is not just for the sick. :)
How To Create a Healthy, Inexpensive Comfort Meal: Vegetable Pot Pie
Cheesy Zucchini Rice - a quick and easy side dish
Buffalo Chicken Chili
Lovely Comforting Curry Puffs by Jehanne Ali
Thai green curry rice
Comforting, delicious Hainanese Chicken Rice: a powerful taste memory from childhood.
Baked Potato Soup, because homemade soup is 1 million times better than canned soup. This is the ultimate comfort food.
Japanese beef ramen, topped with a fried egg.
Healthy Turkey Chili with ancho chili peppers, chipotles and cocoa powder. You don't want to miss this one!
A warm, cozy soup to celebrate a bountiful harvest
Veggie Chili: Perfect for Meatless Monday or any weeknight meal - also a great spicy addition to a tailgate party.
Easy, healthy slow-cooker turkey chili.
Snuggle up with Shepherd's pie on one of these fall evenings and its easy to make too!
Cajun Chicken Alfredo...when you want to spice up your basic Fettuccine Alfredo, and your life, just a little
Penne Bake with Spinach and Tomatoes. OMG.
One of the best stews I’ve ever made, and quite possibly my new favorite dish. The flavor of fresh peppers permeates the pork and makes your kitchen smell so good.