It would be the sweetest thing to gift your culinarily skilled loved ones with new swag for their kitchen.
Two Things: First, I want nothing more than for you and your loved ones to start off 2018 being your best selves. Second, I checked this list. I checked it twice. Everything on it can still be delivered by December 25th (in case you are as much of a procrastinator as I am. No judgement! 2017 was hard, after all.)
Brownies are fudgey and cakey, good warm or cold, you can put basically anything in them, they travel nicely, and go with everything from coffee to ice cream to emotional breakdowns when your party ends and you see all the cleaning that has to be done and need edible support. Perfect.
Gifts to keep queers who live alone cozy, comfy, and feeling safe.
Coffee gadgets don’t have to be expensive!
We’re adults who are both hungry and special and so we deserve gorgeous cheese boards that are also very chill. Important note: this includes one vegan snack board BECAUSE I LOVE YOU.
No tree? Me neither! Here’s some ideas to inject sparkle and holiday spirit into your living quarters anyway!
Bookmark this list on your phone, send it to your friends in your group text. Be the hero who saves The Holigays! (Or at least, be the hero who kicks your party up a notch!)
Pour hot wax on your partner! The perfect activity for chilly winter nights.
People generally take a spoonful of cranberry sauce, at most, leaving behind a bunch of the sweet, tart, spiced deliciousness to get tossed in the trash. It always breaks my heart. I LOVE cranberry sauce and think it deserves better so I made this recipe to remedy this issue.
You’re looking for an impressive quick-cooking, small-scale main dish that was chosen just for you by Cat Cora her very self? WELL THAT’S THIS.
In this month’s This Queer House, I’ll show you how to get your home ready for winter by keeping the warm air in and the cold air out with a DIY draft stopper, as well as a few other helpful tips.
Vegetarian with allergies to nuts, coconuts, and sesame seeds? Well Julia Turshen has a delicious warm dessert (or breakfast!) for you!
Kyle’s created a full Friendsgiving menu that accommodates about a dozen dietary restrictions, and she’s used an impressive graphing system to make it happen.
How to clean your decanter. Why you might use a decanter. Which decanters you should expressly not use.
Despite all the potential for error, I do genuinely think it’s still worth it to make pies.
Depending on the day, you may be feeling more lipstick or chapstick, and with this simple recipe, you can make both!
“Through my sibling complex I’ve developed a soft spot for loving and identifying with things that go otherwise unnoticed, so today I intend to give pears their five minutes of fame via pear butter.”
For Halloween or for every day, here’s how to stitch up a look inspired by your favorite fictional queer women.
Get ready to get spooky.