The Shittiest Princess is a series of funny fairy tales for those of us who ain’t exactly cartoon princesses. Stay tuned for a new adventure every week! You can find the whole series here.
In the happy land of Respectica, there once was born a lovely Poor named Agnes. There were lots of wealthy and powerful people in Respectica, but poor Poor Agnes just wasn’t one of them, damn it. So Agnes sought her fortune in the land of Kingdomville, where she became a hot-shit Prince by marrying Princess Poot, the shittiest princess. Kingdomville was an odd place, but not all bad. Disco Tuesdays were quite fun, and the local cupcakes were out of this world. Until Evil Queen Bucky came on the scene.
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This confection came about when I wanted to make chocolate-covered cherries for my husband but didn’t want to deal with the candy-making part. I’ve always been a far better baker than confectioner, so this was a no-brainer. Over the years, it’s become a go-to item for holiday gift baking.
Read More Chocolate of the Day: Chocolate-Covered Cherry Cupcakes
Chocolate Chai is a big food fad right now, and one my husband has jumped all over. I’m not a huge fan of Chai drinks, but I love Chai in baked goods, so I put this yummy recipe together so I can be on trend and quit being jealous of his Chocolate Chai Lattes.
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With my sea creature-loving son turning six earlier this month, I had to show him the recipe I’d stumbled upon in my Pinterest travels: Sharknado Cupcakes. He laughed, and immediately requested that I make them for his classroom treat.
Read More We Try It: Sharknado Cupcakes!
The term “geek” is not necessarily an insult these days, and geekiness comes in all shapes and forms. Especially since the idea of “geeking out” over something can apply to any number of activities, there is no specific type of person that can exemplify a geek. There are book geeks and music geeks and dance geeks and theatre geeks and photography geeks and, well, you get the point. Read More Geek Grub by Kickass Ladies of the Internet
Thinking of throwing a Halloween party? Not throwing a Halloween party but still like cupcakes? Or vampires? Or some sort of thematic recipe that combines both for your own pleasure? I got a recipe for you.
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Last week, I found myself at a crossroads. The details are not important. How I got there is not particularly important either. Suffice it to say, I was desperately searching for water and headache medicine at a very hoity-toity Whole Foods in Northern California when a thin, cracking tenor voice wavered through the air, “Shoppers, we are pleased to announce that our Farm Fresh Strawberries will be 3 pints for $5, a savings of 50%.” Read More Strawberry Cupcakes
For anyone who follows left-wing media in the UK (and doubtless abroad) any time after 2000, a common criticism of modern Feminism becomes increasingly evident; I call it the Katie Price Principle, but it could be called the Pole Dancing principle or the Living Doll principle or a thousand other names. In essence, it’s the argument that the sexualisation of our culture has been gleefully bought into by Feminists, that Feminists are gradually reassuming traditional and newly-developed stereotypically feminine roles; women are becoming more narcissistic, more wrapped up in self-promotion at the expense of female-promotion, and as a result the Feminist discourse suffers. Read More On Young Feminism: A Rebuttal to the Second Wave