It’s officially the time of year when comfort and coziness are the only thing on my mind.
Let’s end Yom Kippur with delicious, non-dairy milk made from melons!
I hope that as time goes on I have reason to bring out the truly magnificent recipes i’ve been dreaming up in anticipation, but for now we start with a snack.
Taste a whole celebration of fall and a new year in every bite of my favorite challah!
Look: you’re here, you’re queer; you deserve to live in a queer houseplant utopia. Here’s how to make your very own.
The actual coffee added to the batter amplifies the mocha flavor and elevates this cake from “good” to exceptional, so please for the love of cocoa do not skip it.
Do you vacillate between extreme distance, and then merging/clinginess/overdoing it? Then watch out. Succulents like consistent LACK of attention.
This bread reminds me of everything I love about fall.
Mozzarella sticks, above all else, are meant to be shared.
I can’t think of a seasonal summer fruit that would star better in a caramelized honey flavored cake than sweet-tart plums that soften in the oven and become deep, silky, jammy wells of flavor.
A playful and delicious journey that I hope you’ll be taking very soon.
I wanna eat this on a lake at sunset or literally every hot summer morning for breakfast.
I’ve combined the data from multiple Box Wine tastings over the past few years including new info from this year’s tasting and come up with a very definitive ranking to where you should invest your Box Wine Budget.
It’s the kind of dessert that’s best eaten with closed eyes and long slow pulls on the spoon as it leaves your lips, making sure you get every bit of chocolate off before taking your next bite.
If you’re fan of spicy margaritas I’m pretty sure you’ll love these popsicles.
Of course as a black queer woman making lemonade from the sour fruits in life is a highly curated skill of mine…
It’s cheesecake holiday time, let’s make some cheesecake.
Over the past four years, I fell in love, traveled many places, had my heart broken, unraveled. I also ate a lot of seafood platters. Here are some of them.
How about a sugar cookie-filled Pride?
This would be a solid Mother’s Day breakfast plan if you’re celebrating tomorrow! Otherwise make it anytime but especially for beachside mornings, slow weekends at home, and any day when waking up queer in this world could use a little sweetness.