Please don’t for one second think that the fact that I’m publishing a recipe with the word “death” in its title is a coincidence. There’s death and chocolate cake, and then there’s Death by Chocolate Cake. This is about both.
This was by far the hardest thing I have ever written. Harder than what it’s like living in a foreign country, harder than my divorce, harder than navigating life alone after 9 years with the same person, and harder than the breakup which I was convinced would kill me because it hurt so much.
There are times when all I feel like eating is something simple, warm, comforting and sweet. This Coconut Quinoa Pudding delivers on all four of those requests. Much like rice pudding, all you really need…
Who (besides the non-meat eaters) doesn’t love a crispy piece of chicken? The good news here is that very little oil is required to get them crispy and before you even ask me, yes they can be cooked in an air-fryer.
This Smoked Salmon Trout Salad deserves a place on the summer salad menu, packed with fresh greens, seasonal asparagus, capers, a creamy egg and mayonnaise dressing and of course the star of the show – smoked salmon trout.
Cowgirl Cookies are chocolate chip cookies on steroids with the addition of salted pretzels, crisps and pecan nuts. If you’re into sweet and salty in one, you will love them as much as I do.
This one’s for all the hummus fans out there, especially the ones who eat their peas. Petit pois to be exact. I’ve made a lot of hummus in my life and am a firm believer that making it with dried chickpeas yields the creamiest, velvetiest and smoothest hummus of them all. The same method applies to my Petit Pois Hummus.
I turned 38 a couple of weeks ago. I’m not afraid of getting older, but what I do suffer from when it comes to my birthdays is reflecting on the past and I don’t particularly like them because of this. This year was no different, and despite putting on a very brave face I found myself spending the actual day of my birthday alone and dwelling on a few things.
Owwwwwww! These. Are. Ridiculous. Make them (especially if you vibe with the holy trinity of chocolate, hazelnuts and pretzels). That is all.
1 February marked the beginning of Chinese New Year, The Year of The Tiger. There are many auspicious foods eaten over this important holiday, one of them being Longevity Noodles.
And if there’s one thing we can all agree on, 2021 has been a dumpster fire of a year, which is why these Dumpster Fire Cookies are the perfect way to end it off.
It’s all downhill from here, folks. The festive season is almost here, can you feel it?