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Crowdsourced Cookbook, Comfort Food Edition: Winners Announced

Our readers have spoken about which comfort food is most essential for winter. And unsurprisingly, they've said "more beer, please."

Our readers have spoken. And (perhaps rather unsurprisingly) they've chosen the dish with beer in the title. Congratulations to GOOD Community member Sara Keller, whose Beef and Beer Stew was the Reader's Choice of all the submissions to our latest food project, the Crowdsourced Cookbook, Comfort Food Edition.


We also picked an Editor's Choice: Laine Hardy's Spanish Breakfast Stew (pictured below), which takes a surefire approach to jazzing up any meal—throwing an egg on top. Be sure to check out all the recipes; we've compiled them in a mini-cookbook to print out and keep in the kitchen. Click here to download the cookbook.

Thank you to our winners, who will receive a subscription to GOOD Magazine and a GOOD T-Shirt, and a big thanks to everyone else who participated.

Hungry? Check out our first installment of the GOOD Crowdsourced Cookbook here.

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