Low-carb eating doesn’t have to mean bland and boring.
We felt Paul Hollywood staring at us with the sharp, majestic blue eyes of a Siberian husky, radiating catastrophic disappointment. Didn’t stop us though.
Pair the Americano with the English translation of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan series. Happy May!
This is ROUGH PUFF (ruff puff? rough pough?) and it’s a lot less precise than “regular puff,” and therefore it’s easier for the first-timer. Like you. Like us.
For when you have a sudden, undeniable urge for a snack — a single-serving snack. You’re not here to share.
These delicious, uncomplicated recipes can serve lots of hungry people without forcing you to spend the whole day in the kitchen and/or all of the money. Huzzah!
A Negroni is perhaps the easiest cocktail in the world to make—it’s three ingredients and can be built all in one glass.
Here are some quick recipes utilizing inexpensive ingredients you likely already have on hand that will sate your guests and ensure your grandma won’t disown you. She can deal with the whole “gay thing,” but God Forbid you embarrass her with poor hosting skills.
Hello would you like to make food just for yourself today? You totally deserve it.
Six weeks and ten batches after my initial muffin-making attempt, I have developed a reasonably passable English muffin recipe that would probably land somewhere around the middle of the pack in an early-season Great British Bake Off technical challenge.
Sometimes it’s nice to put the joy back into cooking (or convince yourself to start cooking in the first place) with simple, straightforward — but still exciting — recipes.
The Sazerac isn’t for the faint of heart, because really it is only liquor (including that green fairy, absinthe).
Anything’s better with more ginger.
“I’ve collected some recipes that (way, way deep down) I think my girlfriend’s cat would secretly like to cook for me.”
Five steps. Five minutes. Five fucking stars.
Do yourself a favor and keep your kitchen a little cleaner tonight: Make a meal that asks of you but one simple pot or pan for its creation.
Cinnamon has been mixed in with horrendous pumpkin spice situations lately but deserves recognition all on its own.
Seasonal but hopeful for Spring? The Abbey is delightful and orange and has your back this February.
Not your grandma’s breakfast bowl.
Because my main objective in life is to make things as gay as possible, I coated these truffles in a form of edible glitter known as “disco dust.”