From jelly “the colour of sadness” to giant cakes and turtle soup, I’ve got a menu you’ll probably want to replicate at home while your cat screams into a pillow.
We’re making a gallery of queer kitchens because it feels good and we’re nosey about your house.
Start the year off right — by learning how to make a classic margarita recipe.
Chocolate Mousse tastes WAY better without sedatives.
There’s nothing like a bunch of dazzling desserts to distract you from the hellscape that is our collective future!
Christmas Day sees the last episodes of the Bake Off as we know it; let’s see it off into the dark night together.
My go-to, anybody, anytime present will always be an oven mitt. These little suckers take a maximum of 20 minutes to make and with the right fabric choice, can look super fancy and expensive.
I’m ready to take back the heritage that is so rightfully ours, and one way I’m going to do that is by homebrewing my own goddamn beer. With my girlfriend. And her cat. Please join us.
The performance of luxury is more important to me than ever. Plus you can channel your anger into rimming a glass.
People would love to thank you for these delicious gifts but their mouths are full right now, sorry.
Affordable, functional options for people who binge-watch Chopped regularly!
It’s almost Christmas! Still doesn’t feel like it, though. But maybe that’s because we’re not eating enough homemade seasonal candy, y’know?
You could spend your afternoon making an advent calendar on this very first day of December!
Even the most organized freelancers could probably stand to be a little more organized.
Did your friend/relative/coworker have a baby recently? Give a gift that shows you see how exhausted they are and you care.
This one goes out to all my vegetarian and vegan cuties.
“I get up off the floor, reach for a long, heavy leek and a cutting board and my favorite knife, its weight in my palm like an amulet. I feel like a stranger in my own life, but I have seven hours and eight dishes left. There is work to be done.”
So, you’re spending Thanksgiving 2016 alone. I’m here to let you know that spending Thanksgiving alone is not only just fine, it’s also damn fun.
I cook with so much garlic that I’m pretty sure my hands perpetually carry its scent, which I should probably apologize to my girlfriend for. But I will never stop doubling and tripling the amount of garlic a recipe calls for, because I like to live my truth.
Practically perfect in every way.