Here’s some inspiration for how to chomp down on lettuce, cabbage, herbs, and a lot of the amazing shit Mother Earth gave you ’cause she loves you.
Make your next potluck contribution the belle (bowl?) of the ball.
Nobody does breakfast like Bob Evans.
Warning: There will be crumbs.
You’ve never seen so many heart shaped foods in your whole entire life.
Whether sauced, fried, floating in soup, mixed with vegetables and proteins or delightfully minimalist, they’re never unwelcome.
C’mon step it up from the predictable chips and dip!
We convinced her to share her top secret tips for cooking perfect scrambled eggs!
“Optional: grab a chive and tie it around its tiny penguin neck like a wee scarf.”
Also good for people with cold sores, upset stomachs, or an interest in what I ate last year.
Reject the sodanormative standards that society tries to force upon you!
It’s kind of like a “best of” for food mashups from around the world.
Because not all leftovers are created equal.
I pinkie-swear you won’t find a single turducken on this list.
Perfect for hosting your New Year’s Eve bash for your friends who have all declared they’re going to go gluten-free, vegan AND paleo in 2015.
If it requires a stove, oven or toaster, you won’t find it here.
“At some point, probably around the time I became a surly teenager and wanted something of my very own to craft and control and create, I decided to start making gingerbread too. At first this was just something I did alone, but gradually my younger brother began helping me, then my older brother, and it kind of became a tradition by accident.”
I no longer default to the routine pairing of food with wine. Instead, I can really think about complex food and drink pairings that are layered and interesting.
This is a guide for people who like to drink fancypants alcohol in the winter, but don’t actually like to put pants on. (So, probably all of you.)
I hope this accumulation of caper recipes will ignite or otherwise invigorate your love for capers, or at the very least give you an excuse to make a lot of detective puns in the kitchen.