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This week's round-up of beautiful blog entries is designed to see you through the remaining weeks of winter like a champ.
By Relish | Posted January 16, 2013
The Professional Palate

We’re willing to admit that winter isn’t our favorite season.  But, this week, we have a list of consolation prizes: baked goods, comfort foods and projects to ward off your kids’ cabin fever.

 

Pull Apart by Professional Palate

The Professional Palate

We know things have gone back to normal, and the holidays are a hazy memory, but take a moment and imagine what your kitchen will smell like if you make The Professional Palate’s pull-apart Orange Coconut Bread.

There’s no law against a Christmas recipe in January, is there?

 

 

 

Chasing Delicious
Tea Muffins by Chasing Delicious
Wait!  While you’ve got all the baking stuff out, and the kitchen is already coated in flour, you have to try these too. Chasing Delicious combines tea and honey in a brand new way: Black Tea Honey Muffins.

 

 

Abby Dodge Pot PieAbby Dodge

A chicken pot pie is classic comfort food.  Abby Dodge adds “paprikash” and it gets even more comfortable – that’s what sour cream and paprika do. And, just when you think you can resist, she goes and bakes it in little bowls: Chicken Paprikash Pot Pies.

 

 

 

Joy the Baker
Baked Polenta by Joy the Baker
Speaking of comfort food, Joy the Baker goes in a different direction with Baked Polenta with Tomato and Basil.  It’s the flavors we love fresh in the summer, adapted for winter.

 


Lamb MeatballsThe Slow Cook

We know, we know – you think ‘kids’ and you automatically think ‘Ground Lamb Kebabs.’  At least, if you didn’t before, you will now, thanks to The Slow Cook.

 

Carpé Season

Garlic Parmesan Tortilla Snowflakes by Carpe Season
Kids home for a snowy weekend?  Every parent knows that snow men, snow forts and snow angels will take you only so far.  Carpé Season has your next project: Garlic Parmesan Tortilla Snowflakes.

 

 

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