How Chefs Get Cozy

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Stephanie Izard 

Girl & the Goat, Little Goat and Duck Duck Goat (Chicago)

“French-bread pizzas are the go-to comfort dish for me and my husband—they’re easy and speedy, so we can get back to cozy time on the couch!”

Marc Murphy 

Landmarc and Ditch Plains (NYC)

“Beef Bourguignon is one of those classic dishes that reminds me of my childhood and makes winter more tolerable. And if you’re lucky enough to have leftovers, it tastes great the next day!”

Maneet Chauhan 

Chauhan Ale & Masala House (Nashville)

“I like to make a big pot of lentils or my mom’s potato-and-fenugreek sauté. If I can convince my husband to cook, I love to warm up with his chicken curry!”

Matt Jennings 

Townsman (Boston)

“During a blizzard, I make turkey chili. It’s easy, it feeds a crowd and it’s the perfect fuel to warm up after an afternoon of sledding.”

Marcus Samuelsson 

Red Rooster Harlem (NYC)

“I whip up a batch of my Bird Broth, a chicken broth with miso and jalapeño for an explosion of heat and flavor. It warms up the whole house!”