It's snowing. What's some essential winter food?
Various standard soups is all the food I can recommend, but follow this link for a hot punch recipe that is amazing in the depths of winter.
Chili (inb4 beans vs no beans, just leave that dead horse alone)
Hot crusty bread + roasted marrow soup
Thin lentils and some flatbread
Mom always did a lot of swiss steak in the winter. Gives me a nice comfy boner.
Dinners are fairly generic. Chili, stew, soup, pot roast--basically whatever takes ages to cook.
Lunches, too, are usually heavily spiced. Sausage, green chili, and even fried chicken is fine.
The traditional winter breakfast in my family is egg salad on toast served with hot cocoa.
>The traditional winter breakfast in my family is egg salad on toast served with hot cocoa.
Holy shit, that sounds amazing in a really neat simple way. I think I'll try making that. Got no toast, but rye bread with egg salad is fine too.
Utah reporting in
>pic related is the way to go