22 Snow Day Cooking and Baking Projects (or How to Weather the Storm)
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Nancy January 28, 2015
That is so funny! When I saw the heading I immediately thought "macarons!" since I've been on a macaron baking binge for the last few weeks. Great minds do think alike!
LL January 28, 2015
I always make a giant batch of wontons or dumplings. When it's this cold, just stick them outside to freeze, and then bag them up for wonton soup later down the road
ehamp January 27, 2015
So, I did the babka and chicken stock but also did some vanilla ice cream and made some blueberry sauce for it. Putting the ice cream mixture into a ziplock and throwing it into the snow cools it as fast as can be.
jamcook January 27, 2015
I always baked bread with my kids on snow days. It smells and tastes so good and warms up the whole house .
Cassie B. January 27, 2015
This is the best! My work had a snow day, even though the blizzard turned out to be only a few inches near me. But I'm not complaining. About to start on that Chocolate Babka!!! Hopefully I can restrain myself from eating the whole thing...
M January 26, 2015
Homemade croissants! Just make sure you have sticks and sticks of butter on hand. I highly recommend the recipe in the Tartine cookbook and if the snow is really deep go all out and make the almond croissants. I am kind of envious of those you who get to hunker down.
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