Heading on a trip to the mountains? Looking for some of the best recipes to make during the cooler seasons? We deem these the perfect fit for cozy nights by the fire, turning on a flick with the family, or simply lounging around the house and laying low with good friends, food and wine.
Tuna Noodle Casserole
We promise this will be a family hit. In fact, kid you not, you may want to double the batch. Perfect for cool, snowy nights and a dish that the whole family will love.
Call a truce between the vegetable lasagna and the beef lasagna and try out this classic and old-time favorite! The slow-roasted tomato sauce gives it that extra special touch, and creates a heavenly aroma around your home!
The winter brings about more than just snowflakes, cooler weather and, well, everything that comes along with that. It brings about a special notion of unity and love, and a time to cherish with your loved ones as you toast them on a brisk, snowy winter's night, bundled up by the crackling fire--especially when you set out for trips in the mountains, like many will be doing for this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 17-23.
Part of any memorable winter trip is understanding the best cozy comfort foods to eat during the experience. Staying at a bed and breakfast, condo or some place with a kitchen? Try warming up with a mug of freshly made soup, warm, gooey and creamy pasta dishes (with a little crisp on top) or a finely tuned casserole dish. Don't forget your post-meal beverage! Hot cocoas, cocktails and teas seal the deal.
Everyone knows at least one traditional family comfort dish that's passed down from generation to generation. From mom's hearty beef stew to dad's intensely rich cup of chocolate cocoa or grandma's special lasagna, don't sell the cooler seasons short.
We believe comfort food does more than tickling our senses . . . it evokes warm memories that we share with those we love most. So, in the spirit of winter, we bring to you, our own special winter recipe roundup of foods to comfort the soul. Don't have a signature comfort dish? There's no better time to start than now.