Purim is a party, so let’s make a big batch of rainbow hamantaschen to celebrate!
Happy Hanukkah! Celebrate the holiday, which starts tonight at sundown, with a recipe for delicious vegan sufganiyot.
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.
This is ROUGH PUFF (ruff puff? rough pough?) and it’s a lot less precise than “regular puff,” and therefore it’s easier for the first-timer. Like you. Like us.
Six weeks and ten batches after my initial muffin-making attempt, I have developed a reasonably passable English muffin recipe that would probably land somewhere around the middle of the pack in an early-season Great British Bake Off technical challenge.
Five steps. Five minutes. Five fucking stars.
This recipe is ideal for people who give just the bare minimum amount of shits about bread baking in relation to the rest of your life.
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.”
“This recipe is one-fourth jollof rice recipe from an easy-to-follow blog, and three-fourths looking at my mom and constantly asking ‘IS THIS RIGHT?!?!'”
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.
She looked me up and down and told me I had magnificent hair. So I told her she had a beautiful tail. She told me she liked my scar. I told her I liked her, and would she like to have dinner with me sometime? “Yesss,” she replied. The following evening she came to my apartment and I fed her five different homemade soups.
“Just keep an eye on it and pull it out when it looks like something you think an elven queen would repin to her Pinterest cooking board.”
Strawberries and blueberries in a buttermilk biscuit cobbler situation, so you can live your best life!
Rachel, Aja, Kaitlyn, Carmen, and Geneva whipped up some totally kick-ass sauces, drinks, appetizers, and entrees for you that are best enjoyed on picnic benches and on paper plates next to a crackling set of coals.
Here’s what you do if you have 18 pounds of highbush organic New Jersey blueberries.
What is a salad, really?
Now you can benefit from my quest for the perfect weekday breakfast sandwich, with options for vegans and not-vegans alike.
Sometimes you want a chocolate cake to hit you in the face like a moist, fragrant, delicious brick. With sprinkles.