Just take it all in. Seriously if you need more brunches than are on this list I don’t know what to tell you.
“I HOPE IT DIES ABORNING.”
In honor of the 60th anniversary of Alice B. Toklas’ Cook Book, let’s make some recipes!
You’re either with me or against me.
In some parts of the world, avocados are called butterfruit. Here’s how to make cookies with them.
Beat the heat with the fruitiest, coolest, and most refreshing thing to hit the summer since you, darlin’.
Make it rain Oobleck.
You and your instant ramen have a beautiful future together.
If it’s something this country does right in the culinary department, it’s Nigella Lawson. And then cake.
This is going to sound a lot more complicated than it really is, but making pasta from scratch is super easy. You will feel like a badass. I promise.
Prop this easy marquee against the wall or sling it up outside for your next BBQ.
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.
There are currently 628 Hobby Lobby stores in 47 states and we never, ever, ever have to shop there again. With this list, you won’t even miss it, I promise.
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?