The Internet is bursting with one-pot supper recipe roundups, and rightly so. Single-pot implies simple, hearty fare. The kind of cooking you want to tackle after a long day at work — or laying in bed under covers. We aren’t going to judge. But here’s the thing about the term one-pot. It’s just not descriptive enough. When the thermometer barely hits 20 (or, like today –15 for our friends in Madison, Wisconsin), you’re not thinking one-pot suppers. You’re thinking Dutch oven suppers. Dutch ovens are heavy duty, made from cast iron or ceramic and equipped with a tight-fitting lid. They range in size from 3.5-8 quarts and, for some home cooks, is the hardest working pot in your kitchen. While brands like Le Creuset and Lodge are the most popular, you can find one for as low as $30 online. With this in mind, here are some hearty recipes that utilize a Dutch oven, and only a Dutch oven.