We're all about collections over at Provisions -- so following that lead, we'll be making recipe collections to go alongside those that are in Provisions. Because recipes want to be together, too.
Today: It's the end of January. Spring is too far away. Sunshine feels like a dream. Here's how we're planning to make the most of the long, dark winter days.
Instead of daydreaming about ripe peaches, and scouring the internet for cheap last-minute airfare to Miami, we thought we'd turn our winter blues into kitchen inspiration. We considered what we love most about winter: snow drifts, hearty warm stews, blazing fires, and the chance to justify meals of cake, biscuits, and grilled cheese as "hibernation fare." Here's everything you need to make it through cold winter evenings, from hot water bottles to sauté pans.
Once you've gotten your blankets out and settled on a good movie, try some of these recipes to keep you warm. After all, if anything can drive away visions of summer cookouts and cold lemonade, we're betting it's French onion soup and hot chocolate.