There’s an acute affliction that spreads in the middle of winter. Symptoms can include, but are not limited to: missing the outdoors, pining for fresh air, yearning for long walks and craving an open sky.
The culprit? The dreaded cabin fever.
The cure? A winter excursion. At the sign of the first sunny winter day, take two tablets of cold, crisp, fresh air, head outside and wash them down with a bracing outdoor picnic at a local park or beach. Repeat daily until symptoms subside.
Here’s how: stay warm in our down-filled jackets and cold-proof accessories and bring a hot, hearty food like these apple salted caramel turnovers (the name alone has our mouths watering).
Follow the recipe the night before your planned picnic, wrap your turnovers up in some parchment paper, and sling them into your backpack with a thermos of hot apple cider before hitting the road.