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  1. Lamb chops marinated in lemon, garlic, olive oil & herbs served on couscous

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  2. Slow cooked red wine and mushroom lamb shanks with mash!

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  3. I have just tried making Dhal. Tasty, thick and nourishing. Love it and perfect as a winter warmer

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  4. The famous winter classic, Shepherd's Pie, but with a bit of punch. Pork meat, and spicy sauce, yum!

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  5. Ooh, I don't think I can pass up a lamb roast with all the trimmings.

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  6. Roast pumpkin and sweet potato soup with a huge dollop of natural yoghurt and a big chunk of homemade bread to wipe the bowl clean.

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  7. A bread bowl filled to the brim with vegetarian black bean chili, peppered with crumbled tofu (frozen, then defrosted for great texture and flavour) and chipotle seasoning. Yum!

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  8. When days grow shorter and afternoons stormy nothing ignites my froth like a bowl of Mulligitawny soup slow cooked with a little bit of kick.

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  9. Osso Bucco with mash and beans... hearty and filling, great with a big red... and I get to suck the marrow!

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  10. Slow cooked pea and ham soup is always a winner with my husband and son. It's such a hearty winter dish that everyone loves.

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  11. A favourite winter meal is an organic chicken stuffed with limes, herbs and garlic, wet roasted /basted with verjuice and served with creamy mashed spuds, braised purple cabbage and whole baby carrots (home grown vegetables if possible).

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  12. Pea soup is a great winter warmer. It can be served alone or used to accompany a homemade meat pie - a pie floater. Yummy

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  13. pumpkin and carrot soup with a hint of pepper, its healthy and keeps the family warmj

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  14. boeuf bourguignon! nothing better than beef cooked for hours in red wine...it tastes amazing for very little work!! it s a win-win wintery meal.

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  15. SOUP! My current soup go to is sweet potato, pumpkin and peanut butter. Yum!

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  16. A hearty chicken vegetable soup with barley and lentils

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  17. It's hard to go past soup in any of it's forms, but being vegetarian I also love spicy haloumi & chickpeas, honey & thyme roasted vegies, curries ... the list goes on!

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  18. I love all food so regardless if it's winter or summer bring it on!

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  19. I love stew with dumplings, perfect for a cold winters day

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  20. Something colourful, that will encourage my kids to try their meal with out a yuck.

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  21. Yummy, crunchy garlic and rosemary seasoned smashed potatoes and roast lamb with gravy - Heaven!

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  22. Hands down it has got to be my grandmas heart warming red rice and beef congee for dinner on a cold winters night.

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  23. Nothing goes down better than lamb shanks in the slow cooker!

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  24. I'm simplistic, one whiff of hot chips with gravy or tomato sauce has me salivating so much I drool like an old man without dentures.

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  25. Soup. I'm always cooking soup in winter. So warming on cold nights.

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  26. Fillet steak and mushrooms any time of the year never upsets my old tummy

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  27. Nutmeat Pie with homemade potato gems and cauliflower with white sauce!

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  28. Roasted potato tomato and garlic soup - roasting the vegies first really brings out their flavour.

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  29. Lamb stew with potato and capsicum. It's easy to cook and tasty.

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