2. Deep Dish Spinach and Prosciutto Quiche with a Toasted Sesame Crust
You know, like a deep-dish pizza, but better. Recipe here.
3. Moroccan Lamb Stew
One of the recipe instructions is to “add 3 wineglasses of water.” Which says two things. 1) Jamie Oliver really gets it. 2) You should probably drink wine while cooking. Recipe here.
4. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Bark
Holiday season is over, but chocolate and peanut butter is forever. Recipe here.
6. Winter Salad with Maple-Candied Walnuts and Balsamic-Fig Dressing
If your New Year’s resolution has to do with eating more salad, at least be reasonable and add candied walnuts. Recipe here.
7. Five Cheese Skillet Mac and Cheese
On especially cold nights, stay in with your five best friends—cheddar, Gruyere, Pecorino, Camembert, and American. Recipe here.
11. Chicken and Waffles
You’ve always wanted to try it. The time is now. Recipe here.
16. Black-Eyed Pea Cassoulet
Just because black-eyed peas are a New Year’s tradition doesn’t mean you can’t eat them all the time. Recipe here.
19. Mackerel with Cauliflower “Cous Cous” and Tahini
Looks like 2015 is going to be another year of cauliflower rice/pizza/pasta/potatoes/couscous/everything. Recipe here.
21. Warm Lentil and Potato Salad
Potato salad is not exclusively a summer thing. Recipe here.
22. A Full Carnitas Feast
Also, making these is the perfect excuse to fight the cold weather by staying in and drinking all day. Recipe here.
27. Gochujang And Sesame-Roasted Winter Squash
Gochujang is a Korean hot pepper paste that you can find in specialty Asian supermarkets. It’s worth the effort, because aren’t you getting just a little bit bored of plain old squash? Recipe here.
30. Super Quick Salmon Gravlax
You’ll actually WANT to invite people over for brunch! Recipe here.