This sandwich needs some ‘splainin. “Tropical” is one of those food words that can mean anything from, “it contains tropical ingredients,” to, “I made it while wearing a hula skirt.” This Tropical PB&J is solidly more of the former, mostly because I couldn’t get Sarah to wear the skirt.
This soursop cachaça cocktail is an aromatic tropical fruit cocktail whose two main ingredients compliment each other like a great combination and an excellent analogy describing it. Obviously I’m incapable of coming up with one, so I’ll just move right along to the drink.
Does the plethora of Bloody Mary recipes online boggle your mind? I mean, really, let’s get to the bottom of the ancient convoluted mysteries surrounding the Bloody Mary: is it 2 dashes of Worcester sauce, or 3? In what order do you add the ingredients? And why do we rim the glass if we’re just going to drink…
Our journey to present this recipe to you was an unnecessarily long and convoluted one. Thankfully, that means we did all the annoying stuff and left you, after frequenting six different stores twice in the same day, with this simple recipe for fluffy vegan pancakes with raspberry stout syrup.
‘Tis the season to get swindled by the hopeful eyes and endearingly high-pitched pleas of adorable little Girl Scouts everywhere.
The Bucking Branca is a Fernet-Branca champagne cocktail that derives it’s name from when Sarah tipsily proclaimed it belonged in the hands of sophisticated derby-goers. What? Were you expecting something clever…?
This is the best nut-free vegan mac and cheese. Velvety, decadent, cheesy; 5-ingredients, nut-free, no blender needed. And it only takes about 20 minutes to make.
Let’s hope I’m better at making drinks than naming them.
I’m convinced that New Year’s is the worst possible time to decide to do anything, ever. For example, our resolution last year was to post this drink in January. January 2016.
This drink, let me start off by saying, if you look at this drink, you’ll know it’s a great drink – the greatest drink, and if it is the – there’s something about mayonnaise, and I remember eating the finest mayonnaise, the best mayonnaise the world has to offer, not the shit that goes onto…