Oh yes, friends, it can be done, with nary a soy product in sight. Unless you like it that way.
Somewhere along the road, I picked up a basic biscotti recipe. I tweaked it a little bit here and a little bit there until I ended up with this particular incarnation, which seems to be everyone’s favorite. The best way to describe the biscotti is that they taste the way Jergen’s cherry almond hand lotion smells; except, well, that sounds kind of gross. But just use your imagination. Read More BBC03’s Cherry Almond Biscotti with Dark Chocolate Chunks
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Praise be to Daiya! Lactose intolerant rejoice! Finally, a vegan cheese worth bragging about has arrived on the market. Let’s be real here ““ many vegan cheeses get the texture, smell, and taste way wrong. Embarrassingly wrong. Read More Dairy and Lactose Be Damned! (Vegan) Cheese-Drenched Munchies for the Rest of Us
I know my usual schtick is to write about strange vintage recipes and unappetizing foods. Not today. Today for is Serious Business. Last week my brain imagined a sandwich so amazing that I need to share it with the world: the Pulled Beef, Caramelized Onion, and Gorgonzola Cheese Sandwich! (OK, so the title needs some work.) I don’t have a very specific recipe (prepare to pull out your hair in frustration at my vague instructions!), but I’ll share some general guidelines that will hopefully guide you to mouth-watering sandwich perfection. Read More Pulled Beef, Caramelized Onion, and Gorgonzola Sandwich
I love Girl Scout cookies. I don’t care that I can get pretty much the same thing for half the price at my local Kroger. The girls doing amazing things on the box always make me smile. In the spirit of Girl Scouts, I’ve decided to go on a mission to use GSCs in new ways to create even MORE delicious treats. Today, we’re going to make Trefoil Brulee. Read More Girl Scout Cookie Hack: Trefoil Brulee