The weather is miserable in Atlanta today. Storms rolling through the area may have put a dent in your plans, but don’t let it wreck your day. Turn on some tunes, get the oven warming, don the apron and start cooking. Here are six recipes for a rainy day.
Beef barley soup – New York Times food writer Melissa Clark is helping home cooks everywhere change their dinner game with her latest cookbook . Clark also comes to your rescue with this recipe for beef barley soup with lemon .
Buttermilk biscuits – Lauren Raymond of Flora & Flour shares tips, tricks and her recipes to turn you into one confident biscuit maker.
Macaroni and cheese – Mac-and-cheese recipes abound. This one calls for beer. But only half a cup, which means you get to drink the rest from the can while that cheesiest of comfort dishes bakes. Cheers to that.
Lentil curry – The rain is likely going to make your commute a bit longer. When you walk in the door later than usual tonight, don’t sweat dinner. Kellie Hynes’ recipe for lentil curry comes together in minutes. Bonus: It’s good for you.
Chocolate chip cookies – Sarah Dodge has created a following at 8ARM for her baked goods. Don't mess with success. Use Dodge's recipe for chocolate chip cookies. Your kids will thank you.
Brownies – Not even rain can spoil the day when the smell of rich, fudgy brownies permeates the house. Local shop Joseph and Co. has you covered with its recipe for All-American Fudge-Chunk Brownies.