Wonderful Winter Recipes

July 29, 2010

By admin

Keep warm this winter with a few of these cold-weather favorites. We’ve put together a list of some of our most popular dishes that are sure to keep you feeling cozy once the cold sets in.

Breakfast Casserole With Sausage

biscuits

Wake up and get warm with this Breakfast Casserole, which combines bread, sausage, cheese and mustard to kick off your winter morning, or Country Ham and Cheese Biscuits, another savory way to start your day.

Green Chile Rice Casserole Recipe

If you need a little comfort food to get through the cold, try or Mama’s Old-Fashioned Light Corn Bread or Green Chile Rice Casserole as a side. For dinner, dig into Bea’s Chicken and Dumplings, winner of our Down-Home Dumpling Cook Off.

tomato basil soup

butternut squash, soup

classic chili, food

There are also plenty of options to spice up the ultimate cold-weather classic: soup. Creamy Tomato Basil Soup and Butternut Squash Soup with Herbs add a little something extra to the winter staple. Of course, nothing beats the cold like a big bowl of our Easy Stovetop Chili.

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  1. Robert Blackmon says:

    In the fall 2006 issue there is a recipe on page 25 for Apple Crisp. We have the ingredients part along with the picture but have lost most of the instructions part. The last thing we have is “Peel and core”. Can you go to your archives, or otherwise, and send me the rest of the instructions for this crowd pleaser.
    Thanks, Bob Blackmon

    • Jessy Yancey says:

      Hi Bob,

      The recipe was in our archives, so we went ahead and posted it online. You can find it here: http://farmflavor.com/apple-crisp

      Again, we didn’t include all of our old recipes on the new website, but you’ll see many appear over time, and if there’s one in particular that you’re looking for, just ask!

      Thanks,
      Jessy Yancey
      managing editor

  2. Ray says:

    The printerlink is not woeking for your recipes. Nor is your link to suscribe to the e-newsletter.(which I suppose this is) I clicked on “to suscribe” and did not get anything. I did print a picture of the chili but no recipe

    • Jessy Yancey says:

      Ray, I’m sorry to hear that the printer and newsletter links aren’t working for you. Did you click “subscribe” at the top? It should take you to this signup page. Please let me know if you continue to have problems.

      I went through and made sure all of the recipe photos link in addition to the text links. If the chili recipe still isn’t working for you, try going directly to the recipe page at http://tnhomeandfarm.com/stovetop-chili.

      Hope this helps, and sorry again for the inconvenience.

      Thanks,
      Jessy Yancey
      managing editor

  3. Leigh says:

    The majority of the links are broken. I know this was posted a long time ago, but would it be possible for them to be fixed?

    • Rachel Bertone says:

      Hi Leigh,

      Thanks for your comment! We have updated the links so that they go to our sister recipe site, Farm Flavor. I hope that helps. Thanks!

      Rachel
      Editor
      Tennessee Home & Farm