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Rabbit Chow Chili is a vague, throw-whatever-in-a-pot kind of recipe that I created after becoming a vegetarian. I had just come home for winter break from Columbus College of Art and Design, and my family was having chili (which I couldn't eat) so I made my own. I might get teased for eating rabbit food, but everyone agrees that my chili is worth chowing down on!
Glögg (pronounced like glug) is a traditional spiced wine often served around Christmas in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. My great, great grandmother was from Sweden, and after she passed away I started researching heavily about Swedish culture. Eventually I came across glogg while looking at food on Pinterest, and I've been making it every winter since.
Cabbage and mashed potatoes has always been a staple dish my family serves on St. Patrick's Day and in the winter to bring out our Irish heritage. I would always mix the two together and thought that I was the only one. While doing research for my digital assignment at Columbus College of Art and Design, I soon found out that I was in fact not the only one and that it had a name: colcannon! This recipe may not look the prettiest but it's a wonderful comfort food dish for those cold winter nights!
I love pears so much. They are so cute-looking and rich in variety. Having yoghurt with chopped pears would be a nice quick breakfast for your busy morning this time of year. Both ripend pears and yoghurt have silky creamy texture, so they beautifully merge into each other when they together transform into ice pops!