A little bit about the journey I’ve been on in the OVER TWO YEARS since the last time I posted.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Even though I’ve been going it alone the last couple years, I’m not bitter about it. Who could argue with an excuse to celebrate love? Just yesterday I went out with my amazing lady coworkers (as Leslie Knope would call them, my galentines) and today after work I’m going home to watch… Continue reading Food and TV Pairings for the Perfect Loner’s Valentines Day: Year Two
Your recipe calls for stock. You have broth. Now what?! Find out here. And then some.
Ever wonder what one of your dishes would taste like if you substituted baby food for an actual puree? Well, I tried it and lived to tell the tale with this tortellini in butternut squash sauce, all topped with spinach.
Everyone sings the praises of breakfast for dinner. What about breakfast layered carefully, popped in a pie shell, and baked? That’s pretty good, too. That’s a quiche.
As you may be aware, it’s almost officially The Holidays. Kwanzaa, Hannukah and Christmas all start in the next week or so. You may or may not be going to events that are related to these holidays. You may or may not have forgotten that you said you’d bring a dessert. You may or may… Continue reading Smooth and Simple Cheesecake Dip (or: What to Make When You Forgot You Said You’d Make Something)
Whether you’re broke, uninspired, or just domestic AF, these holiday food gift ideas are as portable as they are delicious. Enjoy!
A little mint extract goes a long way…in destroying your efforts for a tasty dessert.
These recipes are as delicious as they are labor-intensive. ‘Tis the season for pain-in-the-ass desserts. Make it count.
Looking for a summer recipe to get you through the dog days? Fear not. Cold sesame noodles are here.