January 23, 2017
One of the great poets and artists of our times once powerfully delivered the following to a grateful, waiting, and eager world:
“It’s getting hot in herre, so take off all your clothes.”
While we are in total agreement with the first half of Mr. Nelly’s classic summer anthem, we will leave the clothe removing directive up to your own personal discretion.
It is winter, which means it is a time to spice up our lives. For reasons beyond anything we’ve ever really been able to comprehend, spices just always taste better in the winter. Often when we think of classic winter spices, we are quick to envision a world full of cloves, all-spice, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Our Pumpkin Spice modern landscape has convinced us that once the snow flies, the cinnamon flows.
The spice, as they say, must flow.
However, there is so much more to the winter spice offerings that will add a little heat and a lot of flavor to your season. Here are five of our favorites:
So ditch the parka. Get rid of the sweater. Forget the mittens. Get hot. Get spicy.
(We leave the removal of clothing to your own discretion.)
So what'd we miss? What are your go-to flavors on on cold winter nights?
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