I love eggnog, so I’ve taken it upon myself to write a recipe that I think even its most loyal haters will love. There’s no drinking the eggnog here, just using it to infuse the dough and glaze with warm winter spices and vanilla. The brown butter doesn’t hurt either.
Perfect for office tea parties and ostentatious self-care selfies.
It’s called a “Persian Love Cake” and is a great way of using up any sourdough starter discard you may have. The flavor is sweet (due to the massive amounts of honey syrup), but also interesting and complex (due to the sourdough, cardamom and lemon). It’s delicious, and the cake itself is pretty gosh darn beautiful, too, if I do say so myself.
I’m here to defend eggplant’s honor and prove it can be damn delicious when done right.
Five steps. Five minutes. Five fucking stars.
Because my main objective in life is to make things as gay as possible, I coated these truffles in a form of edible glitter known as “disco dust.”
Latkes are really easy, can be made with everything found in a severely understocked kitchen, and everyone likes them because they are literally just fried potatoes and everyone loves fried potatoes.
Sometimes you want a chocolate cake to hit you in the face like a moist, fragrant, delicious brick. With sprinkles.
“At some point, probably around the time I became a surly teenager and wanted something of my very own to craft and control and create, I decided to start making gingerbread too. At first this was just something I did alone, but gradually my younger brother began helping me, then my older brother, and it kind of became a tradition by accident.”
This is a guide for people who like to drink fancypants alcohol in the winter, but don’t actually like to put pants on. (So, probably all of you.)
What’s Christmas morning without some amazingly delicious Mexican baked goods?
I promised you the recipe for a sweet-savory rosemary apple pie. Fall is here, and it’s baking season!
Fall’s favorite orange fruit gets creative (and delicious).
A fuss-free, quick and easy hors d’oeuvre for all your holiday and party needs.
My girlfriend was sick last week, so I decided to make some soup for both of our health.
Welcome to the wonderful world of autumnal baked goods!
If I can make something this delicious to put in my mouth, I know you can, too, mostly because I had to watch a video on how to dice tomatoes in order to make this happen. Please don’t let something this good get away.
If it’s something this country does right in the culinary department, it’s Nigella Lawson. And then cake.
The air may be hot and the sun burn-y, but at least there are tomatoes. Here’s a couple of recipes to make delicious use of peak-season tomatoes.
Fried green tomatoes are easy and delicious and will impress basically everyone in your life.