Even though eating by yourself is peaceful, having a meal with people gives warmth and colour into our lives; whether they’re strangers or people that you know. It’s more meaningful when you make the food yourself because that way you can share your skills, recipes, culture, and love for food.
1. Shepherd’s Pie
Shepherd’s Pie is a traditional English dish cooked with lamb and/mutton. It’s essentially a casserole with a base of cooked meat and veggies, covered with mashed potatoes, then oven baked until the mashed potatoes are golden brown. When you bite into it, you get mashed potatoes, crunchy pieces, minced meat, and veggies all in one mouthful. Make this for your parents, grandparents, and just hear their life stories, it’s always gonna be a good time. It’s hearty, food wise and gathering wise.
The Italian staple lasagne or lasagna that we all remember and enjoy descended in Italy in the Middle Ages in Naples. One of the earliest mentions of the current-day lasagne may be discovered in a 14th-century English cookbook, which featured a meal with sheets of pasta but no tomatoes. It just tastes better when you eat it with other people, i don’t know why. You can’t help but make it in big batches too.
3. Chicken Pot Pie Soup
The timeless beloved pie has been recreated into a delicious, soul-nourishing soup. Serving it with biscuits creates a meal you don’t want to forget. It’s just a simple home cooked meal that anyone will appreciate, including fussy eaters who might not like the traditional chicken pot pie. You’ll enjoy how full of vegetables it is, and how the potatoes and chicken make it so filling. So much deliciousness in one absolutely fulfilling cup of soup. On a chilly day, it’s good to have this soup and snuggle in with your loved ones.
4. Kimchi Jjigae (Kimchi Stew)
Kimchi Jjigae is a popular Korean comfort food. On the day of kimchi-making, mothers would meet with their neighborhood mates and spend hours helping one another. It was a communal gathering. When Koreans take trips or stay in foreign countries, the first thing they seek is a steaming bowl of kimchi stew paired with a bowl of rice.
5. Baked Fudge
Baked fudge is a wonderful delicacy served in family gatherings and dinner parties. When your kids come home for the holidays either from college or from their own home where you already have grandchildren, they will love it and will love you more.
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