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Getting snowed in, what are some good foods for being snowed in?
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I wish I could get snowed in in October. Or at all. GA woes.
>what are some good foods for being snowed in?
Thai soups. Or anything made with fresh red peppers. Eat the peppers, of course.
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>>11315498
Where the FUCK are you getting snow now?
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>>11315498
カレーライス is the best cold weather food desu
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Minnesotans are experts on "snowed in food". They came up with something called, "Hot Dish", which is just basically everything but the kitchen sink baked in a glass dish with cheese and tater tots on top.

OR, get a crock pot, throw a whole chicken in with a scoop of rice and a can of cream of mushroom and a can of cream of chicken. This is called, "Grandma chicken" and it's delicious. (Toss in mushrooms onions and carrots for bonus points.) Let it cook all day and by the time dinner rolls around, you're up to your elbows in snow and good hot food.

I also suggest getting a pork shoulder roast (Picnic roast, in some parts of America) and throwing that into a glass baking dish with a bunch of potatoes, carrots onions and seasonings and baking it for about an hour, then switching it over to broil to give the fatty skin layer thick crispy crunch. (Home made pork skins.) The meat should come out tender and fall apart when you try to cut it. Serve with the veggies and a slice of buttered bread to soak up all the juices.

These meals freeze well so that you can obviously have several days worth of food in case you get REALLY snowed in.
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>>11315498
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>>11315556
fucking americans
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>>11315670
>fucking Americans
>doesn't contribute to topic of conversation because they are probably poor assholes in a third world country
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>>11315556
Minnesotans are so fucking retarded holy shit. The whole country makes that type of casserole, but the difference is we're not a bunch of hinga dinga bork bork bork Swedish incompetents with dumbfuck accents and goofy ways of speaking, so we don't call them a Britain-tier babby talk name like "hot dish.".
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>>11315681
Poor assholes INVENTED snowfood
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>>11315498
>Getting snowed in
In October? Where the fuck do you live, Norilsk?
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>>11315691
name one.
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>>11315687
>hinga dinga bork bork bork Swedish incompetents

You do know you have to be over 18 to be on 4chan, right?
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>>11315698
Fargo is unironically getting snow
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>>11315687
This, thank you. Fuck Minnesota and everybody who lives there.
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>>11315498
Stews
Chicken and Dumplings
Gumbo
Cookies
Fresh Baked Breads
Casseroles
wassail
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>>11315698
here in MN it's 40F and raining, I wouldn't be surprised if we get snow by halloween, it's happened before
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Chili. There is no other. Also, if you put beans in, it is no longer chili...it is bean and beef stew. This is known.
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>>11315498
Damn. We don't even really get rain for at least another week. We are sitting here at 20C+ temperatures in Germany. Shit's fucked.
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>>11315553
>カレーライス
Is that Chinese for Spaghet?
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>>11315732
Your incompetence is astounding, hombre
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>>11315498
Chili stew.
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>>11315751
are you acting like 20C is hot?
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>>11315789
Too hot for this time of year. I want storms and rain, not this t-shirt weather
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>>11315763
Look, I get it. Poorfags from flyover country, and Yankee carpetbaggers who don’t know any better put beans in chili. I’m sorry you have to stretch that meal out all week bc the welfare check came late, but it’s all meat all the time, or gtfo.
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>>11315498
>Getting snowed in, what are some good foods for being snowed in?
Well, a few logs, colored sparks timed logs are nice, ya know, for the fireplace and romance while you sip your wine, after dinner coffee or spiced cider, or queue up a movie and popcorn.

For just comfy winter treats, I like to have a couple keep-fresh containers of freshly baked brownies, cookies, fresh baked bread, candy or fudge, you know something craveworthy. Some pantry staples would be some popcorn and toppings, fixins for chex mix, mixed nuts to spice. Caramel apples are nice from microwave to done very fast. One bowl brownie fixings. Or an awesome vanilla ice cream to top a mug of cold root beer, or serve alongside a fresh apple crumble.

Homey good casseroles to pull out like enchiladas, meafloaf, stuffed shells, or a sheet pan dinner idea, roasty and crisp texture with lots of flavors. If you're bored as hell, fussy foods high prep foods are nice, complicated assembly stuff like stuffing some wontons or spring rolls. Prep like a big tray of crudite really to gnosh on and excuse to have dip like baked spinach artichoke. Can some pickles. Assorted pizza fillings to add to ricotta and stuff in some thawed pizza dough for calzones. Crock pots can be set at bedtime to warm up some pinhead oatmeal. All day simmered beef stew, homemade herb biscuits.
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>>11315789
>>11315793
Denmark here. I'm not saying I miss the rain and the wind but it really is quite unusual to still be wearing shorts on October 10th
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>>11315799

>poorfags
>flyover

Hey you said the meme things!
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>>11315721
>I wouldn't be surprised if we get snow by halloween,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIIIIIIIIGH
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>>11315556
Grandma chicken sounds amazing for an easy, lazy meal. Gonna have to try it when it gets colder, fucking NY is still 80+ and humid.
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>>11315799
Enjoy your sauce, faggot.
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>>11316338
Hope you like it. Add whatever seasonings you want on top. I will sometimes use garlic and that Goya Adobo seasoning and usually find that the family picks the bones clean.

Good luck!
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>>11315498
Egyptian sahlab. Goat drink.
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>>11315498
Also, on the topic of Egyptian winter food, try Belilah. It's buckwheat boiled with water. You basically make a huge pot to last you a week. You boil it in milk till it's soft first day and then bring it to a boil every night to keep it from spoiling.

You won't need to refrigerate it or anything, and the dish changes every day. It starts off very nutty from the buckwheat, with a strong texture as you bite into each grain. As the week goes on, it starts becoming more creamy and thick, becoming like a pudding by the end. Really really good.

Also, any kind of lentil soup is also good.
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>>11315707
The Swedish Chef hasn't been on TV for15 years
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>>11316545
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7UmUX68KtE


Good try, my child.
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>>11316735
Okay, let me rephrase. I haven't watched the muppets in 15 years.
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>>11315498
Bovril (beef) tea with a buttered slice of bread
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>>11315498
French Onion Soup was literally invented by snowed-in people who didn't have many ingredients.

Raclette is also great under these conditions.
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>>11315698
Why is this so unthinkable for you? On higher altitudes it can easily snow in October or a lot earlier like in this August in Austria: https://youtu.be/G1EG7VWqFWY
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>>11315498
Why does white people get snowed in and do 'dis?
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>>11315556
>throw a whole chicken in with a scoop of rice and a can of cream of mushroom and a can of cream of chicken.

This sounds fucking horrible, why would you waste a good chicken that way?
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>>11315687
>>11315716
t. Puckers fans
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>>11315732
If that was true you wouldn't have to tell everyone all the time. You're like the fags that cut off their dick and scream about being a woman all the time. It's never going to be true, just let it go.
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>>11315498

mushroom onion soup.
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>>11315498
Tea, hot pastries, soup, or some sort of casserole
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>>11315498
Milk sandwiches
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>>11315721
Yeah it's 40 here in IA too, it's gonna be a fuck cold winter
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>>11315789
>tfw irish
>tfw 20C is holiday-tier weather
>tfw 25C is too fucking hot, absolute scorcher
>tfw 30C+ is unbearable heat, shops will literally close because it's too hot
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>>11315498
>Getting snowed in,
where do you live?? so jealous
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>>11315498
Something hot to drink with toast and apple butter or orange marmalade, soups and chowders, homemade cookies, brownies, shepherd pie, casseroles, meat buns or meat pies, roast beef with hot au jus and mac and cheese.

Anything that's hot really. Eating something hot when it's snowing and you know it's freezing cold outside is such a good feeling.
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>>11315721
>snow by halloween, it's happened before
I fucking remember that blizzard. Went on for 3 days, had to help my mom haul groceries home on a sled because the roads were impassible.
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>>11316540
Shorbat 3ads is best shorba
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idk, if I have to eat chicken noodle soup again i'm fucking die.
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>>11315556
I just something out that looks like this
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>>11319337
>close stores because its 86 f
Are you fuckin serious?
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beef stew
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Pot pies are my favorite, and I think they're fun to make, too
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>>11319885
Hold on I have a number of jokes for this.

>the beer is now warm
>the for the whiskey is melting to fast
>the shopkeeper's sweater is now unbearable
>sheepfucking is too much effort so every is to tired to make it there
>everyone is finally feeling the hangover so they're in bed
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>>11319938
>sheepfucking is too much effort
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>>11315687
no real swede would ever eat that crap
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>>11319030
lel
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>>11316338
my mom calls it sloppy chicken, it's bretty good.
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Chicken soup or beef stew w/ biscuits are my go to snowy day meals.
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>>11315556
I hope this is bait and not someone who actually thinks this abomination is in any way appetizing. I'd rather eat the ingredients separately than as one """hot dish"""
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>>11318715
I live wayy up north in bumfuck Canada, it snows in October, but not to the point of getting snowed in - I cant think of anywhere where it snows enough for that now.
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>>11320299
Omg how could u eat rotten milk annon? It looks so disgusting ommmmggggggggggggg. Its like solid and stufffffff.
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>>11318936
Don't knock it till you try it.
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>>11320299
Meh, that's fair. Like I said, it's literally anything you want thrown in a dish and baked with whatever combo of spices and toppings you want. It's kind of a neat way of getting rid of a lot of things that need to get ate before they go bad. Your imagination is the limit with hotdish.
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>>11319885
A few years back, there was a 30c heatwave in Europe. Thousands died.
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>>11320606
It's a casserole.
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>>11315556
>the overcooked green beans
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>>11315556
my coworker cooks like this intentionally and it's always terrible. i avoid recipes that involve "cans of salty cream of whatever" soups because it screams "shortcuts" that were made popular in the 70's by lazy women
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>>11322465
He posts as his pepperoni hot pocket cools on a paper plate in his walmart brand microwave
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>>11322465
To be fair, they weren't made popular by lazy women, it was made popular by companies that sold this shit to housewives as 'labour-saving'.

I also avoid all these sorts of recipes, you're really just using precooked shit that's full of MSG, more salt and preservatives and even more salt and some artificial flavouring.
Processed food is a wasteland of terrible ingredients and using them as actual ingredients is for people who do not care for quality in their food.
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>>11315670
I'm fucking one too currently, but I'm really close, Bob knows what he's doing!
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>>11315498
root-stew with meat and hot chocolate
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>>11322799
you can get cream of mushroom that isn't artificial, your post is complete nonsense
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Biscuits and gravy
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1 large sweet potato, bake it in the oven at 200 degrees for one hour.
In the meanwhile take a good rasher of smoked pork or bacon. Cube that shit and fry it until crispy.
Once the potato is ready mash it the fuck up. Eat it with the bacon and drizzle some of the grease over it.
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>>11318715
Those poor kangaroos.
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>>11315498
Chili and a farting contest after.
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>>11321833
Hot dish
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>>11323889
Fuck, this is going to become a shitty /ck/ meme isn't it?
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>>11323933
I bet you think they aren't frontage roads too.
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>>11315498
I live in a place where all year feels like fucking spring, so I eat all day chicken tenders from KFC and McChickens. Sometimes Wendy's, sometimes McNuggets
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>>11323994
Sounds god fucking awful
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>>11323994
based and redpilled
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Chicken and dumplings
Pumpkin chili
Clam chowder
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>>11315498
A hot Dr. Pepper with a lemon wedge is surprisingly good on cold days.
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>>11315498
What the fuck is a snowed in?
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>>11315687
lmao all this salt over good old food
did a Minnesotan uncle raped you for years when you had to visit him during winter holiday?
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>>11323933
Regional dialect is a meme
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>>11324049
Pic related
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>got snowed in with the wife the first year we moved into our house
>were 100% prepared to go to work but it turns out the office was closed for the day, and we found out like q5 minutes before we had to leave
>literally a fucking snow day but for adults
>decide im going to make homemade soft pretzels
>they're ill-shaped blobs but fucking delicious
>spent the day snacking on soft pretzels and playing online vidya with wife and friends

Maximum possible comfy, lads. That memory is my goddamn Happy Place.
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>>11322799
>I don't know what MSG is
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>>11324091
Me and my ex got snowed in one year. We spent the day fucking and watching movies. It was great.
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Roast rabbit
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Russian dishes are probably good, made out of cheap and often non perishable ingredients
One of my favourites is solyanka, its a sweet and sour stew that turns cheaper tough cuts into butter.
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>>11315698
>Calgary has received nearly 20 inches of snow this October :^)
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>>11324099
I like a bit of msg here and there but he's right you know.
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>>11324049
>good food
>all the flavor comes from campbells shit in a can
lmaoing @ ur life
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>>11315556
Shit like this almost makes me glad that Somalis are destroying your state
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>>11324951
>implying yours isn't 75% mexican by now anyway.
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>all these triggered coasties and sunbelters ITT
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>>11319885
not everyone lives in dry heat nigger

even 20C with high humidity is sweating tier
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>>11315751
Only 20?
I'm used to 33 C here, 20 means break out the jackets.
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>>11324099
I'm not complaining about MSG by itself, I'm complaining about the fact that it's in addition to a tonne of other salts.
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>>11323386
>you can get cream of mushroom that isn't artificial
You can MAKE cream of mushroom soup that isn't artificial. Or, since you're making a completely different soup anyway, just use mushrooms and cream in your chicken soup.
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Pizzoccheri is my go to.

Fondue with family on a cold, snowy day is also 10/10 comfy.
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>>11326699
>Fondue

blast from the past
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>>11315759
He's speaking weaboo for curry rice. And while he's not wrong, he is a weaboo.
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bacon and eggs
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>>11321833
It's hotdish





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