This soup is great for when you’re feeling orange, it’s a good way to get rid of extra tomato sauce, and it’s a really tasty accompaniment for that sriracha (rooster) sauce that we all love. It’s super thick so you can eat it as a stew or as a Dhal-like meal over a bed of rice. Continue reading
These brownies are so good, and you’ll never believe what’s in em! (It’s zucchini.) They’re vegan, so no eggs, no butter, and only a tiny bit of oil. They’re also magic because the grated zucchini disappears while the brownies are cooking so nobody will ever know! Make em tonight!
I’m sure you are all dying to hear about how my Aspic turned out, and I imagine my friends who came to my Tupperware party are anxious to read about themselves and their behavior, so I will dive right in.
Have you started to read Longbourn by Jo Baker yet? If not, you should, because it’s the official pick for the next meeting of The Comedy Wives Bookclub. (The unofficial pick is Dr. Sleep by Stephen King, which is also pretty good, but makes for a less adorable cookie).
Longbourn is a reimagining of Jane Austen’s beloved classic, Pride & Prejudice, from the perspective of the household servants. Having just reread P&P, and nearly halfway through this month’s selection, I was inspired to create these tasty cameo sugar cookies to serve over tea at the next meeting. Continue reading
Everyone needs a go-to cookie recipe for their Christmas baking, and here’s mine: the delicious Empire Biscuit. A dollop of raspberry jam sandwiched between two buttery shortbread biscuits, glazed with white icing and a cherry on top. You can’t tell me your mouth isn’t starting to water! Not only are these cookies incredibly tasty, but they’re pretty on a plate and are always the first to go at our holiday parties. Empire Biscuits are also really easy to make, and require ingredients you (probably) already have in your pantry.
Let’s get baking! Continue reading