Infinite scallions, infinite power!
If you could use a comfort food lift or a recipe to make your own memories with or you just love delicious breakfast carbs, I hope you’ll give these a try.
“I decided to make lobster bisque for my mom at the same moment I decided to come out to her. Only one of those things went according to plan.”
These muffins are SO good. As in we ate four of them in four minutes and I doubt they’ll last 24 hours good.
I hope I don’t have to tell you to lick the whisk once you’re done.
“This is the fun part where you cut the butter into the flour! I use this moment to release my pent up anger with the patriarchy.”
Popsicles will save the world!
S’mores recipes for when you want to be covered in chocolate and marshmallow goo, but don’t necessarily have a fire at your disposal.
Sometimes chopping just isn’t an option. Maybe like me this week you can’t use your dominant hand. Maybe you’re sick or just really tired and don’t have it in you to stand in the kitchen for long enough to do all of the things.
It’s no secret that trans women love pickles. It’s science you guys. Our hormones make it so we don’t absorb sodium as well as other people, at least I think that’s true. That’s what I tell my friends, anyway.
“Once in college I ate popcorn for seven straight meals. That’s over two days of nothing but popcorn.”
After a long day of existing, nothing makes me feel better than a warm oversized bowl of warm noods. Maybe you feel the same? Well have I got a list for you.
“I wish there were more LGBTQ food writers, though — it can be a pretty stiflingly traditional (read: heteronormative, and very white) world. Find a network of like-minded queer women to work with, seek advice from and befriend! We gotta stick together.”
A reporter asked Hillary how many calories are in this and she booed him and kept eating. Damn right.
Get your adulting on by preparing a fancy-looking and beginner-level five-course meal for your next date night or dinner party.
Make one of these for your sweetie, your mom, your vegan/gluten free gal pal, or your cat (don’t do that), and celebrate the loving embrace of autumn!
Savory pies (and tarts and galettes, too) that will keep you warm and happy and full even as chilly weather and crispy leaves descend from above.
Zucchini is bad. Zucchini, in fact, is the worst vegetable. Uncooked zucchini exists in a vacuum of flavor. Cooked zucchini, on the other hand, tastes like what I imagine hot turtle water tastes like. How you can go from nothing to unholy with the mere introduction of heat is a testament to zucchini’s darkness. Zucchini is the cantaloupe of vegetables. Zucchini is the vegetable you pair with yellow squash and serve in vats to large groups of people you disrespect. Zucchini is a miserable cucumber.
Really, all that I know is that zucchinis (or zukes, as I like to call them) are damn healthy, damn versatile and damn delicious. They really are so terrific that every good person likes them.