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.)
What’s Christmas morning without some amazingly delicious Mexican baked goods?
I promised you the recipe for a sweet-savory rosemary apple pie. Fall is here, and it’s baking season!
Fall’s favorite orange fruit gets creative (and delicious).
A fuss-free, quick and easy hors d’oeuvre for all your holiday and party needs.
My girlfriend was sick last week, so I decided to make some soup for both of our health.
Welcome to the wonderful world of autumnal baked goods!
If I can make something this delicious to put in my mouth, I know you can, too, mostly because I had to watch a video on how to dice tomatoes in order to make this happen. Please don’t let something this good get away.
If it’s something this country does right in the culinary department, it’s Nigella Lawson. And then cake.
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.
Fried green tomatoes are easy and delicious and will impress basically everyone in your life.
All the building blocks for your perfect Bloody Mary. Without celery. Because fuck celery.
If the one thing your vegan lifestyle is missing is fettuccine alfredo, here you go.
These recipes taste like the way you feel when you put on your comfiest pajama pants straight out of the dryer.
This cake will impress absolutely everyone you know, making it the perfect dessert for any holiGAY situation. Also in this post: a video of Cara singing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas.”
With Amish apple pie with streusel, the base ingredients are just so tasty that there’s really no bad way to combine them.
It’s cold. Soup isn’t.
Unfancy easy lunch food.
And then, the epiphany — again like a sparkly gift from heaven, or maybe one of those sponsor gifts in the Hunger Games because atheism — it came to me: apple sandwich.
When you’re feeling fancy/not-fancy.