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5 Great Cheesy, Beefy Comfort Foods
OK, spring has started! It really truly has, and I couldn’t be more excited and . . . grateful? Weird word choice, perhaps, but that’s the way I feel.

And while spring and summer certainly might include seasonal cooking that touches upon the concept of comfort food, it’s cool-weather cooking that feels more aligned with that idea. So before I start prattling on about asparagus and ramps (and believe you me, I will be prattling on), I want to tip my hat to the holy trio of comfort food: beef (ground beef to be specific), cheese, and some sort of starch. A combo that never fails, never lets us down.

Here are five cheesy, beefy comfort foods to turn to in these last few weeks of chilliness, and make us happy that the evening temperature still hasn’t climbed into the warm zone.
A super satisfying pasta casserole—kind of a deconstructed lasagna.

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Fat triangles of pure happiness (with some added greens).

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This cheesy, beefy dish is probably my family’s favorite comfort food.

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Crispy but tender shredded potatoes top a casserole of juicy ground beef bound together with a creamy, cheesy sauce.

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The Instant Pot™ quickly makes cooked pasta, sauce, and cheese come together in a layered pasta dinner.

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