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During the cold winter months, nothing tastes better than a warm, home-cooked meal. Good food invigorates the soul and refreshes the body. Don’t be depressed by Old Man Winter, there are plenty of hearty meals to fill your stomach and your spirit! Although produce selections can be scant this time of year, take advantage of the squash, cabbage, sweet potatoes, and other savory vegetables. Try these 40 recipes and remember, spring is coming!

Here are just a few of the recipes I've added to this collection:

Pumpkin Pancakes
Cheesy Potato Soup
Beef Stew
Stuffed Peppers
Husband-Approved Meatloaf
Shepherd’s Pie
Chicken and Eggplant Parmesan
Roasted Pepper and Prosciutto Chicken
Orange-Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Baked Potato Casserole
Vegetable Lasagna
Jalapeno Cornbread
Glazed Pork Medallions
Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies

And SO MANY more! You're just a few seconds away from making some dishes that will warm your stomach and your heart. I hope you enjoy these tasty winter dishes as much as my family and I do.

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ISBN: 9781498921213
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