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We're coming into winter down here, and my daughter (who's 2) now has pretty good cutlery handling skills. That makes it easier to go back to making 'real' foods again, but I'm not so out of practice I've forgotten what's good.

What are some of your favourite foods to have on those cold nights, and hopefully some that are easy enough for a 2 year old to try?

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Date: 2009-05-03 06:20 pm (UTC)
frangipani: sliced apples and a knife on a wooden chopping board (so are you to my thoughts)
From: [personal profile] frangipani
It's been a while since I've lived in a place that has winter, but chicken and corn chowder was my standby for nights when it's too cold in my drafty then-home to do anything but sit in front of the heater and read.

Maybe stews and baked pasta (something like this)?

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Date: 2009-05-29 08:20 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] insilhouette
On a cold day I love a nice warm soup, like corn chowder. One of the signs of winter at my house is the smell of vegetable soup cooking. We go to the store, buy whatever looks fresh, and boil it up in vegetable broth.




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