This cake is convenient for an unexpected snow day when you’ve only got a few ingredients available and want to indulge a chocolate craving.
This is absolutely one of my favorite recipes that I’ve created so far, both for it’s level of deliciousness and the fact that it’s super simple to make. It warmed my belly and my heart, and I hope it’ll do the same for yours.
If this were a standard Old Fashioned, you’d serve it up exactly like this or you’d spear a cherry for garnish. BUT WE ARE FANCY FOLKS. We’re going to play with flames.
We’re adults who are both hungry and special and so we deserve gorgeous cheese boards that are also very chill. Important note: this includes one vegan snack board BECAUSE I LOVE YOU.
You’re looking for an impressive quick-cooking, small-scale main dish that was chosen just for you by Cat Cora her very self? WELL THAT’S THIS.
Vegetarian with allergies to nuts, coconuts, and sesame seeds? Well Julia Turshen has a delicious warm dessert (or breakfast!) for you!
Kyle’s created a full Friendsgiving menu that accommodates about a dozen dietary restrictions, and she’s used an impressive graphing system to make it happen.
Despite all the potential for error, I do genuinely think it’s still worth it to make pies.
“Through my sibling complex I’ve developed a soft spot for loving and identifying with things that go otherwise unnoticed, so today I intend to give pears their five minutes of fame via pear butter.”
If this tart were a couple it’d be the one that everyone loves to have around because they’re funny and sociable and attractive so they’re the life of the party but not because they have to be the center of attention, it just happens naturally.
I’ve had many watermelon purists try this reluctantly and end up telling me “damn, this fancy watermelon IS good.”
What I’m about to share isn’t a new idea, but times are hard, life is short, and dammit, we all deserve something good right now!
An iced coffee cocktail that you stick in a blender and drink by the pool or by an ocean full o’ monsters.
I started researching frosé and half the recipes made my screw my face up in a terrible wince. Vodka? Strawberry simple syrup? Could you even taste the rosé in the end? I decided to riff on a recipe that would cut the sweet down a bit.
It’s not the prettiest drink, but the advantage of this one? You make it and take it with you to an outdoor event that allows alcohol!
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.
Ugh. I’m moving. Here’s a monkey wrench.
When I was flipping through the internet for cocktail inspiration, I was taken with the Greyhound, a miraculously simple cocktail consisting of only gin and grapefruit juice. Something ripe for riffing on.
This build-in-glass classic breaks all the rules and is super easy and it comes with a bit of esoteric knowledge in case a bartender starts a pissing contest with you.