Wednesday, January 18, 2012

I'm Hungry for Comfort Food

I'm not a "Foodie", but I have been searching out some recipes for some yummy comfort food lately. I'm trying to cook more healthy dishes this year, and I'm all about easy and the least possible mess in the kitchen.
Here are a few that I think look and sound super good, with all the comfort that goes in having a simmering pot on the stove or in the oven.




Braised Beef Stew from Art of the Home


Chicken in Coconut milk from The Kitchn.com


No Knead Bread from the Kitchn.com




Vegetable Pot Pie but I like mine with Chicken...

These cold winter days and evenings
are making me want to put on an apron
and get busy...



Meryl Streep as Julia Child. Loved this movie!
(google images)



See ya tomorrow for more inspiration with...
 Vintage Inspiration Friday

xoxo,

27 comments:

  1. They all look so good! We are trying to eat healthier too, thanks for posting these wonderful recipes.
    Sherry's Bees Nest

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  2. They do look good. Funny, I just posted my homemade veggie soup recipe. It's super easy and really good. Stop on over and see!

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  3. I sure want to try these, they are sound so good and I guess it is making me hungry. Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  4. Other than peanut butter, I'd say my biggest comfort food is mashed potatoes with gravy. We've recently tried mashed cauliflower and have found it to be a nice substitute for mashed potatoes (without the gravy, please). After cauliflower has cooked very tender, whip it up pretty much just like you would potatoes. I like to add in a good melting cheese like american or velveta for extra flavor and creaminess. There are many recipes on the www. If you try it, let me know what you think . Warm Hugs,

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  5. I can't eat any dairy but there is so much on the market now of soy cheeses & lactose free stuff that it is making it easier than ever!! I love.... pot pies!! My comfort food for sure!
    Marilyn

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  6. Goodness.... my belly just growled. LOLOLOLOL You have great taste. hee-hee

    Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper. I know... I KNOW! It's not healthy but talk about comforting!!!

    ;-D robelyn

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  7. These recipes look wonderful and very much like good old comfort food. They also look like something that I could fix. I will definitely be trying some of them. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Yum. Those recipes look good. I'll have to try some of them. Thanks for sharing. By the way, I've got beef stew cooking for our dinner tonight. There must be something in the air (coldness!).

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  9. Hello!

    All of these look great. I personally have made the no knead bread about 15 times, it comes out perfect every time.

    I hope you try it, you will love it.

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  10. Debra,
    YuM! not only do these look delicious...but economically priced, as well! I've gotta check out that bread...my weakness at meal time!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  11. Comfort food to me is biscuits slathered in butter and macc & cheese...real healthy, huh...LOL!!!
    I'm starving now, guess I'll head to the pantry for some some peanut butter and jelly, it's ok though, I'll have it on WHEAT bread! :)

    (No really, we are also trying hard to eat healthy, but it takes some creativity, time, and is definately more expensive...but well worth it!)

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  12. I would love to have a big bowl of chili!! It looks so good,and healthy too.

    Kathy

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  13. We just had penne pasta with tomato herb cream sauce! Doesn't get much more comforting that that! lol
    LOVE that movie. Hubby and I watched it again a couple nights ago. :)
    Blessings~

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  14. Now I'm hungry :) They all look like winners. I made shepherd's pie yesterday and boy was it good. I hadn't made it in years.
    hugs from here...

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  15. Yumo lovey, I cooked the entire holiday weekend and was so glad when Joe took me to lunch yesterday.

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  16. They ALL look Good Debra! I vote for the Chicken POT Pie too!

    Wanna try making one with a new (er actually OLD crust),,,Try this recipe for the crust sometime:

    2cups and just a "Titch More ---like a tablespoon White OR Wheat Flour

    3/4cu Vegetable Oil
    1/4 cu Milk

    1/4teaspoon Salt

    Pour the flour in a small mixing bowl/Stir in salt.

    Then,,

    Mix the Vegetable Oil and milk together in a measuring cup or small bowl (I use a Pyrex one cup measure)

    Pour Oil/Milk Mixture into flour and stir until it sort of "solidifies."

    Roll out between Plastic Wrap of Waxed Paper (Makes two crusts or one for 13x9 Pan)

    (Bake as you would any pie/Sweet or savory)

    This was my Mom's old recipe,,they used to make it during the Depression when Lard was scarce. It's fast and easy and just plain WEIRD how it starts out kind of as a liquid and turns solid.!

    Let me know if you try it!

    I hope you're well, we're snowed IN here! I have 10 inches of SNOW! We do not DO 10 inches of SNOW! LOL

    Two other things,,,
    Do you know of anyone having problems retrieving comments on their blogs?? I've had issues for about a week....
    And,,,,,,,,
    I'm having a little Giveaway, if you want to stop over!

    Hugs and Love,,,,now I've got to figure out what to eat tonite!LOL

    Shell

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  17. Seeing these delectable dishes makes me wish I really loved to cook. And sadly, I don't. I want to like to cook. I'd just rather be creating something.
    Brenda

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  18. I swear up and down girl...sometimes I think we must share a brain! I've got the stuff for fixing a pot pie just waiting for me to get the urge to cook! It's the ultimate comfort food.
    Deb

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  19. Those dishes look great. Now I'm hungry. Has anyone tried the no knead bread. It looks yummy!

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  20. Hi Debra, It's breakfast time over here but when I look at the pictures you picked, I could just have some of the chili or a piece of that chicken. Well, I guess I should better be a good girl and grab an apple for now but I'll get the chili out of the freezer for my lunch :-). It's a leftover from a big pot I had made a few weeks ago.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  21. Every one of those recipes looks good to me. I am type 2 diabetes now and having to eat healtier, but I am always hungry. These fresh fruits & vegs and a little meat is not satisfying this active old gal LOL, just like Paula Deen I can't seen to eat in moderation LOL

    I could have you cook for me

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  22. This time of year comfort food is a must! The chicken in coconut milk sounds especially delicious!

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  23. Wow everything looks so good!
    Thank you following.....Kelly.

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  24. There are some interesting points on this article however I don’t know if I see all of them heart to heart. There’s some validity however I will take hold an opinion until I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we want more!
    Alfresco Bars in Singapore

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