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what are your favorite winter comfort foods?

Mr. Friendly

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Pot Roast. It's a winter-only meal for us, preferring to BBQ during the warmer months. My wife will pick up a huge chunk of one of the cheaper cuts, then slowcook it all day with some root vegetables and broth. Yummy. It's one of my favorites.
how do you slow cook? in the oven or in a slow cooker?
 

naugrim

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Something I look forward to around christmas is my mom's acadian meat pie, usually contains beef, pork, chicken, rabbit, and whatever my dad caught during hunting season. Baked in a biscuit like pie dough, and served hot with molasses. I should add that it's shredded/pulled meat only for the filling, no potatos or anything else like that.
 

SugarJ

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Something I look forward to around christmas is my mom's acadian meat pie, usually contains beef, pork, chicken, rabbit, and whatever my dad caught during hunting season. Baked in a biscuit like pie dough, and served hot with molasses. I should add that it's shredded/pulled meat only for the filling, no potatos or anything else like that.

That sounds a lot like my grandmother's tourtiere that she made for New Year every year. https://growagoodlife.com/tourtiere/
 

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Chinese / Korean / Japanese hotpot and booze. Too bad it's hard to have solo hotpot at home because I tend to mix veggie, beet slices, and some seafood in it.
 

Herne

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I'm thinking low flame or coals out on the open plain was the original...original 😜
Some evidence that just below the fire is the original...original. Easier to imagine finding accidentally cooked meat first I think.
 
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