On gloomy days what do you cook to fill your home with wonderful aromas?
anything with some warmth and spice to it like cinnamon or nutmeg. Sometimes I boil orange peels with cloves just for the aroma to fill the house. I also use tart melts with various scents on hot, yucky days where I don't want to cook lol. I use scents that are light and clean or fruity in the summer months.
I love to bake cookies...with peanutbutter, or chocolate, or both. Love t he smell of home-made marinara sauce with meat balls...or a roast chicken...and light a cinnamon candle. :0)
Chocolate chip cookies, apple pie, brownies... something sweet and baked ^_^
Bread. Nothing has the ability to comfort the dark soul and brighten the dark day like bread baking in the oven. It makes you glad to be alive just so you can have a piece of it still hot slathered in butter. It must be an embedded racial memory.
I absolutely love the way my house smells when I make homemade meetballs and sauce. Something about the way the garlic and herb aroma makes me feel like I'm back in my mom's kitchen.
Almost anything I can bake - bread, cookies, applesauce cake, etc.
I love making rich, hearty soups and stews from the crockpot.
Just the smell of the hot coffee+chocolate is already a heaven scent to me. ^___^
1. baked, spiced apples with pork roast
2. roast chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy
3. chocolate chip cookies - or peanut butter, or oatmeal raisin
Veggie Stew, Spicy Cornbread, and Peach Cobbler with a fresh pot of coffee. Always puts my house at ease and smells awesome.
I love a big pot of Mulligatawny, or spicy lentil stew, and garlic naan bread made from scratch and browned on the griddle.
by Mandy Kei 7 years ago
How do you get over that gloomy on coming season/weather change?
by rlaha 4 years ago
What do you do when it is dark and gloomy outside (or when there is bad weather)?Do you stay indoors and mope? Do you stay indoors and make tea/coffee/hot chocolate and curl up with a good book? Do you go play outside anyways?
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