These biscuits are for everyone who wants to make them using regular old All Purpose Flour and not end up with something totally underwhelming that feels like biting into a hockey puck.
Beltane is the old Gaelic festival that heralds the beginning of Spring, a “thank fuck the ice is going to stop!” all-night party.
Truly, if you’re not a morning person and/or are susceptible to hanger, I suggest you get on the muffin train.
I wanted something sweet, dense and so deeply full of chocolate that it would stand up to the most epic hormonal rage I could summon. This fulfilled all my needs. I love to eat this warm with a cup of coffee. I love to eat this cold with strawberries and whipped cream topped with mint. I love to eat this. I bet you will too.
This one takes some planning and patience but it’s so worth it!
I decided to give my oven a break this week and create another recipe anywhere there is only a microwave to be found.
If you make these this month I promise they will bring love into your life, whether it’s self-love for making a dozen of them all for you, or the love and adoration of others that you feed them to.
Eat all the citrus and fight off all your colds this winter!!
Bonus points if you listen to The Cranberries while you make these bars.
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.
Brownies are fudgey and cakey, good warm or cold, you can put basically anything in them, they travel nicely, and go with everything from coffee to ice cream to emotional breakdowns when your party ends and you see all the cleaning that has to be done and need edible support. Perfect.
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.
It’s the easiest thing in the world to make, plus you’ll feel like a medieval lady preparing for winter. No? Is that one just me?
If you’re a reader that’s constantly on the go or lives in a tiny house or apartment with an adorably small but mighty kitchen like this one and are always left out of the baking party, this one’s for you!
I have to take a course of antibiotics for 28 FUCKING DAYS. And that means NO DAIRY OR ALCOHOL FOR 28 WHOLE GODDANG DAYS.
All of my favorite foods come into season during the fall, stores carry clothing in all my favorite colors during the fall, people wanna spoon and make out more in the fall before breaking up before the holidays to avoid buying each other gifts. It’s all amazing!
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.