SPONSORED POST: 5 Groceries Our Editor-in-Chief Recommends for Instant Comfort
1 month ago - By The Kitchn
Comfort food will never go out of style - but that doesn't mean we can't jazz it up a little. October at Kitchn is an ode to modern comfort food, as we put a fresh spin on classics that never fail to satisfy. From gray days to rainy nights, now is the time for food that feels like a hug.“As the weather changes, the meals we make change with it,” says Kitchn Editor-in-Chief Faith Durand. “They become warmer, cozier, and more comforting.
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Rainbow Chip Fudge
3 Ingredient Rainbow Chip Fudge is filled with colorful rainbow chips.
Homemade Vanilla Pudding
Homemade vanilla pudding is easy to make with simple ingredients and tastes so much better than pudding mixes or pre-made pudding.
Looking for a life changing dessert that always stays the same? Check out this Baklava recipe to make the day!
Chicken Shawarma Recipe
Ever wondered if there is life beyond Gyros or Doner Kebab? Check out this Chicken Shawarma recipe that's simply fab!
Pinto Beans and Rice
In this Mexican style Pinto Beans and Rice recipe, pinto beans cook slowly in the oven then finish to creamy perfection on the stove.
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One-Pan Egg & Cheese Toast
One-Pan Egg & Cheese Toast | Addictively GOOD Breakfast Recipe
Miss Dot's Pound Cake
Miss Dot's Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe
This easy sandwich bread recipe, with a fluffy texture and mild flavor, is perfect for your morning French toast or your lunch sandwich.
This Kentucky ham recipe needs 24 hours of 'sleep' before it's ready to eat
When Grandpa put on his raincoat, that meant it was time to move the ham off the stove, just one step in Grandma's slow-cook process for a salt-cured country ham. (Image...