I’m a big fan of coffee-flavoured anything: ice-cream, cake, actual coffee – just give it to me. But when it comes to ordering a slice of coffee cake, nine times out of 10 I find it to be dry and cardboard-like. So I set about testing a few versions, and found that the oil-based versions were best. Honey & Co in London sells one of the best I’ve had: it’s a Turkish coffee cake with cardamom and walnut, so I’ve taken my memory of that cake to form the base flavours for this one.
Regardless of ages, whether they are still with us or not, this is a good time to remember her, however you choose. My guess is that when you think of her, there are memories that stand out, and probably some would be what she cooked or baked. Likely those memories also come with a story. With that in mind, we asked several PB co-workers what some of their favorites from their moms were.
Trust me, they are winners. I made two, and added them to my recipe file — the banana bread and the macaroni and cheese. Man, were they
Cloves of garlic hardly seem like a delicious snack, but when they’re pickled, for some reason they’re irresistible — at least according to just about everyone on TikTok right now. After TikTok user @LalaLeluu shared a 45-second snippet of her eating garlic by the spoonful while sharing her easy recipe, the trend has pretty much blown up on the app, with TikTokers creating their own versions and even having it for breakfast.
According to Lala’s recipe, all you need to do is drain a jar of pickled garlic — the kind preserved in vinegar, not oil — and add sriracha,
I just finished a charity cooking event at the NeurodiverseNW gaming convention, celebrating the neurodiverse community in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
I was supporting Aspiring Youth, which has been providing social-skills groups, summer camps, coaching and other programs for children, teens, young adults and their families since 2004. By creating trust and connection, AY helps students as they navigate their social world.
This week’s recipe offering varies a bit because of this and also highlights the cooking craze of making food boards, which I shared with the participants in the cooking demo. Here I create a rainbow veggie board
If you’re one of Emma Chamberlain‘s 10 million YouTube subscribers and love watching her vlogs, you’ll probably know that the social media star is obsessed with coffee. Her company Chamberlain Coffee, which received a rebranding last year, is not only known and loved for its convenient steeped coffee bags, but also for its adorably designed and sustainable packaging. Expanding her coffee empire, the style influencer has recently launched her newest blend dubbed the Fancy Mouse, designed for making the perfect shot of espresso. Boasting sweet notes of chocolate and caramel, the strong coffee also features a creamy body
As soon as I saw the giant glob of mayonnaise go into the bowl, I (along with seemingly the entire internet) proceeded to scoff at Molly Yeh’s Popcorn Salad, a recipe featured on the home-chef-turned-cookbook-author’s Food Network show Girl Meets Farm. This was, of course, before I recalled that so many of the classic “salads” Americans enjoy at picnics and barbecues — macaroni salad, potato salad, egg salad, chicken salad, tuna salad, the list goes on — are held together with mayonnaise too. In fact, they sometimes have a lot more than the half cup this recipe calls