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14 Delicious Fall Soups For Eager Dutch Oven Fans

Slow-cooked soup recipes for cooler weather
Oct 20, 2014 2:00 pm

If your sturdy, heavy pot or Dutch oven still has a fine layer of dust on it from all the salads and picnicking of yester-month, give your old friend a rinse and install it firmly into your cold weather cooking arsenal until an enticing recipe comes along. Oh look, 14 delicious fall soups for eager Dutch oven fans! Keep it vegetarian with cauliflower, cabbage and tortellini, or go nuts with beef shank and meatballs, but keep it low and slow. 

German Comfort Food: Grünkohl Recipe

A simple hearty kale dish straight from Germany
Apr 24, 2014 3:00 pm
recipe for grünkohl

NYC New American restaurant Hospoda is the place to be for beer-inspired (and paired) cuisine. In honor of #GermanyDay, we borrowed a recipe for grünkohl, a stewed kale and sausage dish that's a comfort food of Executive Chef Rene Stein.

Ideas For Dinner Tonight: Vegetarian Soups and Stews

Healthy recipes for a light, fresh dinner in a bowl
Jan 16, 2014 1:00 pm
The great thing about a big pot of vegetarian comfort food hand-picked specially for Healthy Living Week is knowing you can basically eat as much of it as you want. Provided you use a light hand with the "creamy" in "creamy celery root soup," of course. But otherwise, have at it. Break out the big bowls and have a feast. 

Ethiopian Chicken Doro Wat Recipe

How to make the traditional Ethiopian stew at home
Jun 19, 2013 12:02 pm

James Beard Award-winning cookbook author and restaurant critic Robb Walsh's The Hot Sauce Cookbook doesn't disappoint — there are recipes for Frank's Red Hot, sriracha, Tabasco...hot Ethiopian berbere paste, you name it. And speaking of the latter, no better time to learn this classic Ethiopian comfort food. 

7 Slow-Cooked Crockpot Lunches

Easy, comforting crockpot recipes for cool weather
Oct 24, 2012 11:31 am

Get your slow-cooker legs back with these easy soups, stews, chilis, braises and even a tagine that are great to make in huge batches, always taste better the next day and reheat without drying out or fussy tricks like damp paper towels or that plastic dome thing people sometimes keep in their microwaves that always gets splattered with food. 7 awesome ideas after the jump. 

Chicken Peanut Perloo Recipe

A comforting recipe for Southern chicken and rice
Oct 19, 2012 3:01 pm
chicken perloo recipe
Photo: Ron Manville

Perloo is the Southern term for pilaf or pilau, a dish of seasoned rice often served with meat. Cookbook author, food and drink writer and Food Republic contributor Chris Chamberlain loaned us this recipe from his new book, The Southern Foodie.

Simple Bouillabaisse Recipe

An easier French fish stew for a healthy dinner
May 9, 2012 2:01 pm
bouillabaisse
Photo: Jo Ann Santangelo

During our last Test Kitchen at the W Austin's TRACE restaurant, I decided to try my hand at a simplified, milder and less overtly-fishy rendition of bouillabaisse. Rather than explore the six varieties of sea creature that traditionally distinguishes French bouillabaisse from mere shellfish stew, I stuck with two tried and true light and flavorful beasts: shrimp and mussels.

Spring Shellfish Stew Recipe

A stew for the season with kale and pancetta
Apr 27, 2012 1:01 pm
Photo: Carole Topalian

This shellfish stew offers a nice bit of flexibility, depending on what's in season around town and what your fishmonger might have on special. Serve the stew with a simple green salad and good, rusty bred for mopping up the juices.

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