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Unread 10-27-2011, 11:25 PM   #1
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Default Cold Weather Makes Me Crave Comfort Food.

The mercury is starting to drop around here in Idaho. That tends to make me put away the Q books and break out the comfort food recipes. Soups, chile, casseroles etc. I've never made gumbo but I think it's time I tried my hand at it. There's not a lot love for un-fried seafood in my home so maybe chicken and tasso or hot link gumbo.
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sounds like a plan
chicken n sausage gumbo is a staple around my house. wife was just talking about this, too
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We made some ribeye chili a few nights ago...




It was an inexpensive (3.99/lb) ungraded whole ribeye I couldn't resist that I decided would be great for chili or stew.
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Me too!



Clam chowder is one of my favorite comfort foods.
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Clam chowder is one of my favorite comfort foods.
This makes me drool.I love clams and clam chowder. What kind of bread is that?
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I agree. This is the time of year I start to bust out the brunswick stew.
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dont stop quing. turn your leftover que into brunswick stew its awesome!!
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Mmmm, comfort food:



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We made some ribeye chili a few nights ago...




It was an inexpensive (3.99/lb) ungraded whole ribeye I couldn't resist that I decided would be great for chili or stew.
Geez guy,

Your house always seems to be the place for some killer grub! Bet them kitties eat better than I do some nights.
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WV: Love the picture, and the improvised mounting of the roteressie.

Loved the Bud Light, too.
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This makes me drool.I love clams and clam chowder. What kind of bread is that?
Yah. Me too. Drooooooooool. Clam chowder's one of my favorites to make in the fall and winter except next time, I'm cold smoking the clams and hot smoking the taters and bacon.
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WV: Love the picture, and the improvised mounting of the roteressie.

Loved the Bud Light, too.
Thanks. Jan 29 is an annual cook out, no matter what. It's my best friends birthday, and I cook what ever he wants. This year it was rotisserie pork butt. The only grill I had that I cloud slap a rotisserie on was that piece of junk. A small bonfire and some cold beer around the cooker. It just doesn't get any better than that.
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I have some killer comfort food recipes that we do on the grill. They were actually featured in a local foodie mag here in St. Louis. That's our Prime Rib on the cover:



The three dishes that fit the bill the most for what the OP is looking for doesn't even include the cover recipe.

Meatloaf Shepherd's Pie is my fave:



But two very close seconds are Beer Can Chicken Stew and Beef Stew on the grill:



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and better yet, comfort beverages!
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The beer can chicken stew, sounds really good. But I think I am going to try some comfort food my mom makes and I just cant really get enough of when I fly back to WA.

I was thinking about doing a Smoked Chicken and Dumplings. Similiar to what the Chicken stew Recipe, but adding a big can of cream of mushroom or celery soup and towards the end of the smoke dropping the dumplings mixture into the soup and broth to cook. Now thats sounds like a plan this weekend.
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