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Make use of that cabin-rental kitchen with Ski Provisions’ make-at-home meals and snacks, like a fondue kit. Photo: Fireside Provisions

It’s not like we want to be the ones who call last run; it’s just that sometimes hunger wins out over that final lift up the mountain (sorry, not sorry). But instead of sitting in damp clothes, eating an overpriced quesadilla in the lodge at the end of the day, Fireside Provisions wants you to head back to your rental cabin and make use of that kitchen.

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The company, which made its debut delivering gourmet non-perishable meals to backpackers and car campers, just unveiled its newest food-delivery venture: Ski Provisions.

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S’mores, cocktails and more are offered in sustainably packaged, custom-ordered food kits from Ski Provisions. Photo: Fireside Provisions

Offering complete, custom-order menus for one or each day of your ski trip, Ski Provisions will ship you a sustainably wrapped package filled with all the ingredients and instructions you need to make meals and energizing snacks, all while giving back 1 percent of each sale to non-profit partners working to protect the environment.

The Rainer dinner option from Ski Provisions

The Rainer dinner option from Ski Provisions. Photo: Fireside Provisions

You can choose from four packages ranging from the Day Hiker (a few snacks for $7) to the Weekender or Backpacker (two days of meals for $30 per person), or choose items a la carte. We love the healthy snack packs and cold-weather classics like the Hand-Pocket Pies and fondue kit.

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Healthy, energizing snack options include oatmeal squeeze pouches and cheese-and-meat plates. Photo: Fireside Provisions

The only hard part of the whole process? Deciding between their new ski-specific menu items, like the Alpine Cowboy (creamy grits, crispy bacon and eggs), the Boone’s Mac and Cheese and the Rainer (sautéed kale, garlic salmon and marble potatoes). Seriously, our mouths are watering already.

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