winter

12 Winter Soup Recipes To Crush The Chill

Hearty, flavorful soups to get you through it all
Feb 19, 2015 2:00 pm

Those of you in certain parts of the country (you definitely know who you are) are going to need a little extra fuel to make it through this marrow-chilling winter freeze. Don't try to survive it on salad — it's not going to happen. Thankfully, hearty meatballs, a bounty of root vegetables and the occasional poached egg fortify these delicious winter soups with the kind of rib-sticking goodness that makes you want to go out, dig your car free and be somebody. Somebody who can't wait for spring. 

10 Vodka Cocktails That Challenge The Chill

Cold out there? We had no idea. Thanks, vodka!
Feb 11, 2015 3:30 pm

If you're as familiar with snow and ice as we are here on the East Coast and you're about ready to give up and move to Florida (Grandma totally had it right), you may want to tuck into a nice vodka cocktail...or 10. Winter's not going anywhere, folks, it's clear as vodka. Really want to drive the point home? Infuse that vodka with beets first.

Recipes In Season: 30 Things To Cook In February

What we're braising, stir-frying, searing, baking
Jan 30, 2015 12:00 pm

February can be a little dull in the kitchen. But consider this: You can't make cassoulet in the summer. I mean, you can. But don't. Nobody will come over for heavy sausage and confit-laden stew in the summer. But everyone will come over for that in February. Ditto for steak 'n' ale casserole and French onion soup. With all this in mind, here are a few other recipes we're relying on to make it to spring.  

Cheese, Potatoes, Bacon, Go! It's A Taleggio Tartiflette Recipe.

A serious French comfort dish you will want to make
Jan 29, 2015 1:00 pm
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Photo: Alexandra Winsby

One of my favorite cold-weather dishes celebrates three of my favorite cold-weather ingredients: potatoes, bacon and cheese. It's tartiflette, and if you've ever attempted to survive a winter in the Alps (or the northeastern United States), it's a dish you'll want to know intimately. Pour it a glass of wine. Seriously, pour wine right in there — the potatoes will love you for it.

10 Warming Winter Cocktails For A Blustery Evening

Prime slow-sippers to keep from freezing over
Jan 27, 2015 3:30 pm

Chances are if you live in the area affected by Winter Storm...shucks, already forgot its name. Let's go with Milton, Winter Storm Milton. If you're a member of the Northeastern region of the U.S. rocked by this unfortunately named spank on the ass, you're going to need a strong cocktail, because yay for working from home! It'll make shoveling so much more fun. 

12 Extra-Strength Winter Comfort Food Recipes

It's freezing outside, which means one thing: Cook!
Jan 26, 2015 4:00 pm

You may have heard there's a storm a comin' right for us. This is fact, and the urgency to stock up, hunker down and pack on hibernation fat is real. Well, maybe not the hibernation fat thing, but certainly the rest. Behold: 12 hearty winter comfort dishes that are not messing around. There's bone-in braisables, melty, stretchy cheese, meaty soups and rib-sticking pasta and potato bakes. You'll need your strength to dig out your car. 

15 Winter Recipes To Use Up The Leftovers In Your Fridge

Got wintery leftovers? Welcome to the dinner party!
Jan 21, 2015 1:00 pm

There's not exactly a winter bounty going on in your fridge right now, just a few vestiges of cold weather produce and some leftovers. No protein in there? That's what eggs are for, friends. We've got 15 ways to utilize that which you likely already have, which is great because who wants to leave the house in this weather, anyway?  

6 Restaurant Trends We've Spotted In New York City This Winter

Farm Casual, empire building, tough tables, Queens
Jan 21, 2015 12:00 pm

Winter can be a slow time for restaurants, when a relentless cold front and post-holiday budgets keep away many from dining out in the year's first couple of months. Still, plenty of New York City establishments have recently opened their doors in the city's five boroughs and we say that these first few months just might be the best time to try them out — waits are shorter, service can be more attentive and seasonal ingredients are surprisingly plentiful. While covering the newcomers and gallivanting around as we're wont to do, here are a few trends we picked up on.

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