Winter Weather Means Winter Cooking!
Some folks see a snowy forecast and visualize a snow shovel. My mind’s eye sees a spatula instead. What better excuse to reacquaint yourself with your pots and pans then a long weekend bookended by snowstorms? The beauty of this forecast? The farmer’s market with all the lovely fresh ingredients it has to offer falls between the two, and before the heavier snowfall, so you can come stock up on everything you need. Now that’s culinary kismet.
I’m already thinking ahead to Sunday’s breakfast: French toast made with challah bread from Wave Hill Breads and eggs from Stone & Thistle. Or, you can pick up a selection of scones from New Castle Scone or gluten-free bagels from Bohemian Baked. Make sure to pick up some cider from Treelicious so your kids will cozy up by the fire with you. This farm comes from two hours away so icy roads may prevent them from coming on Saturday. Worry not, award-winning chocolatier Luxx Chocolat is here this Saturday with her hot cocoa, as well.