1. Fancy Sardines on Toast
Sardines on toast is a comfort food staple in England. It’s the perfect easy dish for a gray winter day. Don’t knock it till you try it! Recipe here.
2. Overnight Apple Butter
Apple butter is more of a jam than a butter. But like butter, it makes everything better. Get the recipe here.
This Korean staple is a deconstructed bowl of goodness. Stir that runny egg into the pot of ingredients and enjoy. Recipe here.
4. Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Salad
How many people have you seen eating butternut squash soup? Instead, slice that roasted squash into chunks, mix it with apples, cranberries, and blue cheese, then drizzle oil over the mixture. Recipe here.
5. Gruyère-Bacon Dip
What’s better than cheese and bacon blended into a delicious dip? Nothing. The answer is nothing. Recipe here.
6. Sweet Potato Gratin
You know what makes this crispy delicious staple even better? Pancetta, parmesan, and sage. Recipe here.
7. Stale Bread Soup
Yes, it’s a soup. BUT it’s a soup made out of stale bread for days when it’s too cold to go to the store. Turn that bread heel into something delicious. Recipe here.
8. Roasted Beets with Honey Mustard Glaze
Beets are naturally sweet and delicious. They’re a great way to add some color to your winter cooking. These beets benefit from their sweet and tangy mustard glaze. Get the recipe here.
9. Kimchi Pancakes
These crispy, doughy pancakes are made from kimchi, a stewed vegetable blend seasoned with scallions and spices. Recipe here.
10. Crispy polenta with ham, six-minute eggs, and vegetables.
Crispy polenta, salty ham, and pillowy eggs. Now that is a match made in heaven. Get it here.
French fries. Brown gravy. Cheese curds. This Québécois staple is the winter munchie you want and need. Learn how to make your own here.