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There Will Be Soup and Chili (And Other Warming Dinners) This Week

Cold weather means comforting meals.

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We get it, it’s January and you’re trying to make up for all the cookies, ham, and cocktails consumed during the holiday season. Guess what, we are too! Our sensible approach is not keto or 100 percent salads, it’s planning meals ahead and making dinner almost every night. Less takeout, less processed food, more vegetables, and the occasional dessert is the route to success.


Our weeknight meals take less than an hour of mostly hands-off time, and many cook much quicker than that but may require constant stirring. On the weekends we like to try something different—recipes that cook long and slow, projects that get us using new ingredients and techniques, and menus to make entertaining a cinch. Be sure to join us every week for dinnertime inspiration

Monday: Egg “Noodle,” Broccolini, and Mushroom Stir-Fry

egg noodle broccolini and mushroom stir fry served in green bowl
Photography by: Lennart Weibull

There's no pasta in this one-pan vegetarian dinner. These "noodles" are gluten-free because they're actually strips of omelet. We paired them with garlicky sauteed broccolini and shiitake mushrooms.


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TUESDAY: Moroccan Meatball Soup with Sweet Potato

This colorful, one-pan dinner with beef meatballs and plenty of vegetables is a total winner. The meatballs are lightly spiced with cinnamon and cumin, and they cook in the soup, streamlining prep and cleanup.


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WEDNESDAY: Pasta Peperonata with Tuna and Olives

spaghetti peperonata with tuna and olives
Photography by: Lennart Weibull

It's hump day so to make things easier for the cook how about this bright pasta, our take on the Italian classic spaghetti peperonata? It uses mild peppers such as bell or banana together with store cupboard staples—jarred tuna, olives, and raisins. Cooked low and slow, the peppers become meltingly tender. Feel free to sub red-pepper flakes for the finger pepper garnish but don't skip the Parmesan.


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THURSDAY: Instant Pot Turkey Chili

instant-pot turkey chili and add-ins
Photography by: Bryan Gardner

Turkey-and-chickpea chili gets a deep flavor thanks to chili powder, cumin, and diced poblano. Make this recipe even if you don't have an Instant Pot, the stovetop version of the recipe only takes 10 minutes longer.


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FRIDAY: Roasted Cod with Potatoes and Olives


Let the oven do the work with this elegant fish dinner that's also an easy sheet-pan supper. Red potatoes, cherry tomatoes, and Kalamata olives seasoned with garlic and rosemary make a delicious side dish for the roasted cod fillets.



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SATURDAY: Chicken Kiev


We’re having a deliciously retro dinner tonight, do join us for this baked not fried version of the breadcrumb coated, herb butter-stuffed chicken breasts.


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SUNDAY: Pozole Verde

Photography by: Bryan Gardner

There are many versions of the hearty Mexican hominy stew, pozole. We love this one because the tangy tomatillos plus fresh cilantro and lime balance out the rich, fatty pork shoulder. Crunchy red cabbage is essential for serving as are sliced radishes, diced avocado, and tortillas.


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