Maybe it’s the after holiday let-down.
Then again, maybe it’s the cold, grey day.
Whatever the cause, we’re all in a need of a little comfort and a little comfort food. Fight the cold by filing your house with the warm and wonderful aroma of braising beef, lamb, chicken or fish.
Need a little inspiration? A few ideas? Here goes!
What could be better than an ode to Julia with Braised Beef Bourguignon? Well, maybe a traditional Carbonnade á la Flamande – beef is braised with lots of onions in beer in this yummy Belgian specialty. Tired of beef? How about a beautiful Braised Lamb with Artichokes and Mushrooms. (Watch me make this wonderful lamb dish on WMUR’s Cook’s Corner.) For a little spice, try my Sort’a Like Jambalaya or Spicy Chicken Stew.
What will I be cooking up this weekend? The next Eat Well-Do Good dinner is this coming Sunday, January 8th!
As of a few minutes ago, there are two seats available. I would be delighted to see you around my table next month!
We’ll start with a great salad. I’m leaning towards Caesar Salad with Parmesan Croutons but I just bought some mushrooms and Mixed Greens with Roasted Mushrooms, Gorgonzola & Toasted Walnuts is pretty tempting.
Enjoy and bon appétit!
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