Fall is here, and we are about to burst out with leaf-piles of delicious sourdough-inspired recipes! Begin your starter now, and have the most delicious bread, crusts, biscuits, and pancakes all season long.
An introduction to curds and whey.
Simmering and slow-cooking our way into fall.
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.
I see your fancy eggs, and I raise you roti prata.
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.
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.)
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.
“I’ve started a supper club of sorts called Pineapple Potluck. For the first dinner I made my Mama’s Puerto Rican rum cake and pineapple mint margaritas.”
An Abby Mills sighting and a delicious eggplant pasta with burrata.
Excitedly bought an unnecessary amount of mushrooms at the farmers market but now you aren’t sure what to do with them? Stir-fry that shit with a little soy sauce and some chili paste and put it in a potsticker.
Broccoli: a divisive vegetable, but I hope you’re on the side of thinking it’s seriously delicious.
And turn your cubicle or office into a kitchen instead.
There is no drink simpler than a gin and tonic. Which means it’s the perfect opportunity to (easily) get a little fancy.