Here in Ohio, it's still pretty cold out, even though it's mid-March. (Yes, we're still getting used to the weather change after moving here from Virginia.) So on chilly evenings, I love to make hearty, stick-to-the-ribs meals that satisfy my family while helping to warm us up.
Now the problem I usually face is the fact that my weirdo of a husband doesn't like anything with a tomato based sauce. No, scratch that. He doesn't like cooked tomatoes at all. (But he will eat a raw tomato whole...Go figure!)
Recently, I made a chicken gnocchi stew that was out of this world delicious. It reminds me of a dish you would likely find at a higher end, authentic Italian restaurant. It's pretty easy to make, and if you use top quality ingredients, this stew truly tastes gourmet. Everyone in my house loves this stew, picky kids included. It's a meal in itself, but is especially good served with a salad of field greens or a Caprese salad, as well as some crusty bread. Leftovers are amazing, too, since this stew tastes even better the next day!
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