January: a month when cheesy-beefy casseroles and nourishing vegetable soups can live side by side.
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Happy New Year from The Mom 100!

Look at us, on the other side, January 2021! Was this simultaneously not the longest and the shortest year of all time? Happy freaking new year, all.
And life, it moves on . . . nothing is normal at all yet . . . nothing but the need to cook and feed ourselves and our families (and perhaps, on occasion, a socially distanced friend). 
So what do we want to eat? I always feel like January is a paradox of wanting to eat healthy to try and offset the food orgy of the holidays, but also a month in which comfort food is at its most desired/warranted/needed (and uh, yes, this year I feel like the better-eating resolutions can be modified). Cheesy-beefy casseroles . . . and nourishing vegetable soups. They can live side by side in our homes and stomachs, surely.

No need to rub your eyes—you read that right. Two of the most popular, soul-satisfying comfort foods around become one in a decadent and addictive pizza pie.

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Tender, wavy egg noodles are studded with lots of sautéed beef and mushrooms and coated with a creamy sauce in this cool-weather family favorite.

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Five ingredients, less than a half hour, and you've got a flavorful weeknight dinner for a very modest cost.

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This classic Italian dish meets up with the Instant Pot to become an easy and satisfying weeknight dinner.

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Comfort food, but on the lighter side. If you like Thai food, and you like chicken noodle soup then you are going to really love this.

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Pretty and comforting, an inexpensive root vegetable soup is great for those chilly nights. Leftovers reheat perfectly. And because you are being so virtuous with the soup, you get to smooth it all out with a bit of cream for a velvety texture.

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Do you still want a treat? Me, too.

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