Friday, February 19, 2016

Winter Thaw: Recipe Roundup

With the cold lingering around a little further than we'd like, the bright spot has been all of the wonderful winter aromas lately filling the house. Having a food photographer husband certainly has its perks and it's truly been a season of comfort foods — one-pot soups, stews and warming sides.

Today I wanted to share a roundup of the season's recipes from Tim's latest shoots — not only pretty to look at, they've been keeping us warmed-through in these last days of winter. Click through any of the pictures below in the event you're looking for something new to try at home:


Truly a transitional one-pot dish, this noodle bowl with roasted pork belly, crisp vegetables and a savory broth has been a go-to as we near spring weather. Full recipe on Milton's Local.  

One of our favorite kitchen tips — perfectly whole roasted garlic every time...  Full recipe on Aftertaste, Lot18.


Next up, a winter staple in our home. True to our heritage and a passed down recipe from Tim's mom, this Hungarian cabbage and noodles is a one-pot dish fit to feed the entire family. Full recipe on Milton's Local.


Hasselback potatoes have made their way into our regular rotation over the past year; a potato girl at heart, this one's been a personal favorite. Tim's variation with blue cheese crumbles and bacon comes out looking rustic and is surprisingly simple to make at home. Full recipe on Aftertaste, Lot18.


Hearty black-eyed-pea & chorizo soup? Yes please —  Full recipe on Furniture.com.


Finally, for something a touch spicy and sweet, these Red Wine Poached Pears were a first for both of us. Definitely a warming and unexpected dessert to bring to the table:


What about you? What are your favorite and go-to winter recipes?

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