Have you been dreaming of vegan/gluten-free/grain-free/dairy-free/diy Pop Tarts, Ritz Bitz, Girl Scout cookies, peanut butter cups and more? WELCOME HOME.
Just seemed like something you might need in your life.
What is a salad, really?
Now you can benefit from my quest for the perfect weekday breakfast sandwich, with options for vegans and not-vegans alike.
When you’re Staycationing, a cheese plate is a wonderful thing whether you’re hosting company or you plan to eat that entire board all by your fucking self (I support you in this).
We’ve got everything from the things you feed that cousin who always shows up at 9 am to the crazy delicious desserts that will make you forget all that wheat your body hates.
Welcome to the wonderful world of autumnal baked goods!
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.
“I don’t like cheesecake,” she said. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
The secret to the hangover brunch is having Past You make the food so Present You only has to move some bowls around and turn on the oven and is eating within 30 minutes of turning on the coffee maker.
Oh hey were you wondering where to get brunch? Maybe like the weekend of the 23rd and 24th?
Pour some hot sauce on a napkin.
Next time you’re tempted to ask your vegan friend, just read this instead.
It’s helpful to know which fake cheeses are so delicious you can eat them straight out of the box, and which are merely bright orange globs of gelatinous sawdust that even the dog won’t touch.
If the one thing your vegan lifestyle is missing is fettuccine alfredo, here you go.
I will be eating it for dessert tonight and also probably breakfast tomorrow.
It’s freezing. I’m freezing, and I know you probably are too – unless you live in a magic warm state in which case, JEALOUS.
My fingers are so cold it’s hard to type, and I’m wearing two sweaters. Let’s eat snow.
“This is basically all I’ve wanted all my life,” Rachel Kincaid, Senior Editor of Autostraddle, told me.
“It was like a vegan double down of fried Thanksgiving deliciousness. I had finally accomplished the dreams of my ancestors.”