I was recently introduced to this unparalleled ice cream flavor and it brought me back to my youth: Thai food in a strip mall on a weeknight. Which always included, without fail, overly salty garlic shrimp and an overly sugary Thai iced tea. I downed them like there were free refills until my parents realized the caffeine levels and shut that down. so here I am, older and wiser, turning this awesome drink into a still sweet (but less sweet) and still caffeinated (breakfast tea Affogato uhhhh.. yeah) treat.Read More
just a few of the many reasons I love galettes - so much lower maintenance than a pie! so much more rustic feeling! almost no room for mistakes! same deliciousness factor! an easy, crowd-pleasing dessert with no crazy kitchen equipment or techniques required!Read More
The coziest bowl of ramen you evah did have. This recipe works beautifully with any leftover chicken meat at the end of the week, which is usually when ramen is on our dinner menu. I've included a lot of substitution options in this recipe for a reason - use it as an outline and get creative!Read More
There are no cookies more peanut-buttery than these.Read More
There are so many amazing chili recipes out there, but they all seem to take hours to make. This is my favorite flavorful, hearty turkey chili that's ready in about 35 minutes. It's an awesome, fast and healthy dinner packed with protein and flavor.Read More
Chances are you have all 5 of these ingredients on hand. Chances are you enjoy getting only one bowl dirty when you bake. And chances are you haven't had a snack as addicting as these.
Soft, chewy, buttery NYC street-style pretzels - just way better.
Fear not, these pretzels are so much easier to make than you think. You'll need to set aside an hour to let the dough proof but other than that, it's a quick road to the best soft pretzels ever.
i slather this on everything. toast, apples, waffles, celery, everything. this keeps for months, but i promise it won't last that long.Read More