While the temperature continues to yo-yo between 25 and 65 degrees here in New York, I still find myself pulled to decidedly wintry dishes. I'm not ready to give up slow-roasted squash, pork chops smothered in gravy, or cheesy pasta bakes. I need the comfort of simmering pots of gumbo and bubbling cassoulet. So what if I'm wearing a T-shirt? Here, I've gathered the coziest dishes I'm itching to roast, bake, and simmer.

Warm and roast-y meals

1. Roasted yam and collard green enchiladas

(Julia Gartland/Courtesy Food52)

2. Sally Schneider's slow-roasted salmon (or other fish)

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

3. Slow roasted tomatoes and farro for winter

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

4. 30-minute roast chicken

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

5. Roasted sweet potato, chickpea, and kale sheet pan salad

(Julia Gartland/Food52)

For goodness' bake

6. Spanish baked rice with chorizo and chickpeas

(Bobbi Lin/Courtesy Food52)

7. Vegan cauliflower alfredo bake

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

8. Tots and cheese

(Julia Gartland/Courtesy Food52)

9. Baked pasta with chicken sausage

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

10. Baked kubbeh pie

(Mark Weinberg/Courtesy Food52)

Simmer down with dinner

11. Smothered pork chops

(Rocky Luten/Courtesy Food52)

12. Vegan gumbo with beans and greens

(Julia Gartland/Courtesy Food52)

13. Anna Jones' favorite lentils with roasted tomatoes and horseradish

(Bobbi Lin/Courtesy Food52)

14. Tunisian lamb stew (koucha)

(Rocky Luten/Courtesy Food52)

15. Coconut water-braised pork belly

(Bobbi Lin/Courtesy Food52)

16. Spring vegetarian cassoulet

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

This story was originally published on Food52.com: 16 of our cozies dinners to roast, bake or simmer tonight.