What if you could have all the sugar highs (and lows) of baking without having to go through all the steps of traditional blending wet into dry ingredients and waiting to cool before frosting? What if you didn’t even have to turn your oven on?
Dark chocolate makes life a little more bearable.
In which we do 4th of July, Florida style.
The air may be hot and the sun burn-y, but at least there are tomatoes. Here’s a couple of recipes to make delicious use of peak-season tomatoes.
Will it blend? (Yes.)
Burger King wrapped a cheeseburger in a rainbow and somehow this did not make the world a better place.
From appetizers to kebabs to fish to steak to chicken to tofu to veggies to dessert, we’ve got you covered.
My recipe today is for a balsamic strawberry, rhubarb, and chia pudding! It’s adapted from this recipe from The Year in Food and it literally tastes like summer. It also tastes like you are eating big spoonfuls of jam, so how can that be bad?
Myself, I’ve had barrel-aged Negronis, Manhattans and Boulevardiers, but I’ve never made one until right now. My favorite of those I tasted is a Manhattan, so for my first foray into barrel-aging, that’s what we’re going to go with.
So berry excited for berry picking season!
Cooking food that is delicious and beautiful isn’t really that hard. Here’s ten tips to help you out!
No one wants to actually wake up or be productive in the summertime. But with some great DIY iced lattes and teas, soon you’ll be approaching your summer morning routine with, if not excitement, at least not abject horror.
All floral everything.
“With summer here, I do not have to forgo the act of social drinking. But, I can forgo the hangover, the shame, the guilt, and the regret. Here are 20 summer mocktail recipes to try now, sober or not.”
Zucchini is delicious. It deserves a better home than in that boring zucchini bread.
The perfect meal to pair with a 13 episode marathon.
I tried to keep this pretty exclusively gay (though I did think about doing a “Larry,” which was just to get the saddest, plainest beer and drink it straight from the can while frowning).
With the input of a meager amount of electricity and some time, a slow cooker can coax the richest and most complex flavors from the humblest of ingredients.
“So what would you make me for breakfast if we had just slept together for the first time, but you already knew you loved me and wanted to impress me and feed me into becoming your wife? Hypothetically.”
What even is cooking? How does it work? You heat something, and then what? Nope, too hard. Really the only food I feel confident about being able to pull together and consume is some sort of thing I can put into a bowl and mindlessly dip chips into.