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22 Snow Day Cooking and Baking Projects (or How to Weather the Storm)

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Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. 

Today: The best way to weather a storm? Just keep cooking.  

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Whether you call it a superstorm, a blizzard, or just Juno, by now everyone on the east coast is well aware that a whole lot of snow is coming our way. This may mean that you won't be going in to work tomorrow, or that your kids -- full of snow day-adrenaline -- will be heading home early from school this afternoon and not going back until who knows when. 

Sure, the snow might throw a wrench in your plans, but what could be better than being told to stay warm at home with family and friends? It's the perfect opportunity to tackle those cooking and baking projects on your list. Inspired by our community's snow day undertakings, here are 22 more ways to weather the storm this week: 

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For some quiet time over the stove (and what to hunker down with for dinner tonight):

 

For an all-hands-on-deck project:

 

For making something from scratch that you usually only buy:

 

For breakfast all week:

 

For when the kids come inside:

What do you like to make when you're snowed in? Tell us in the comments!

Tags: snow day, cooking projects, baking projects, multi-step, takes time, family projects