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October 5th, 2012, 10:01 AM
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It is snowing here this morning, which means it is time for all those yummy cold weather foods!

What are some of your favorite recipes for cold weather days?
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Soup. We have several.
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I love soup for cold weather too....my DH and kids not quite as much as I.

I just tried a new soup recipe Saturday:

Lasagna Soup

I substituted hamburger for the sausage and omitted the red pepper flakes. It really did taste a lot like lasagna! It was a thumbs up from the whole family!
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Here in the coal region of PA we make what we call "bean soup" it is ham, navy beans, potatoes, in a thicker broth. Soooo good defintely a good cold weather meal!
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October 9th, 2012, 02:29 PM
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Here in the coal region of PA we make what we call "bean soup" it is ham, navy beans, potatoes, in a thicker broth. Soooo good defintely a good cold weather meal!
That sounds yummy! Would you mind sharing the recipe? I'd love to try it!
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October 10th, 2012, 11:50 AM
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Pot Pies! My sister just gave me a great, lower-calorie recipe. I will try to post it later! And stews. Also anything with squash. I make a mean butternut squash & ground lamb sauce that is great over rice or pasta. A lot of meat departments will ground up the lamb for you if your store doesn't sell ground lamb.

Cut up the butternut squash, sprinkle with salt and oil and roast it in the oven at 425' until it is soft and browned. Then use a potato masher to squish it up. Brown the lamb in a sauce pan with onions, garlic and italian spices, then add the squash & mix it all in. Some recipes call for a little cream, or just add extra oil with the heat off and mix it all together.
This is a simplified version, you could find other recipes online.
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October 10th, 2012, 01:14 PM
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I will certainly sharing it with you! I will post it tomorrow It is my grandmothers recipe and she was Russian/Czech.
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