15 comfort foods from Jamie Oliver to cook all winter long

Featuring this Mega Meatball Sub and many other matches for all your cold weather cravings.

Featuring this Mega Meatball Sub and many other matches for all your cold weather cravings

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The upside of winter's snow, cold and dark days is the absolute joy of making and eating our favourite comfort foods. We combed through over 100 of Jamie Oliver's show recipes, all available right here on CBC Life, to curate a list of winter go-to's to keep handy all season long.   

Steaming Ramen

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Smoky Veggie Chili With Sweet Gem & Cheesy Jacket Spuds

Hot & Smoky Vindaloo with Pork Belly

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Squash and Spinach Pasta Rotolo

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Mega Meatball Sub

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Southern Fried Chicken with Red Cabbage Pickle

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Fettuccine Alfredo

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Beef & Guinness Stew with English Mustard Pearl Barley

Chicken & Squash Cacciatore with Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Olives and Bread

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The Best Cauliflower and Broccoli Cheese

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Traditional Welsh Cawl

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Keralan-Style Veggie Curry with Poppadoms, Rice & Minty Yoghurt

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Winter Nights Chili

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Super Shepherd's Pie With Smashed Neeps & Tatties

Thai-Style Chicken Laksa with Mildly Spiced Noodle Squash Broth

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You can now stream over 150 hours of Jamie Oliver's shows and specials, including Jamie's 30 Minute Meals, Jamie's Super Food, Jamie & Jimmy's Food Fight Club, Save With Jamie, Jamie's 15 Minute Meals, Jamie's Super Food Family Classics, and more on CBC Gem.


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