Roasted carrots, blended with zingy fresh ginger and tangy rice vinegar, this dressing is perfect for super salad bowls or to use as a raw vegetable dipping sauce. It only has 5 ingredients and can be easily modified if you feel it needs a little kick, or more sweet carrot yum. This is my current […]Read More Fresh & Zingy Carrot Ginger Dressing
Ok, I’ve struggled on this one. I’ve made biscuits several times. The first time they were decent-ish, they held together nicely, but were way too floury tasting and very dense. The next couple of times they fell apart and were a weird light crumbly texture. I felt like I created a new kind of dessert […]Read More I Finally Made Good Biscuits!
Binging with Babish is one of my favorite YouTube channels; incase he is a mystery to you, he makes various foods from TV shows and movies. It’s awesome. When I saw his tantalizingly double-glazed apple fritters from the Regular Show, I knew I had to make them. Fried batter, dotted with chunks of gooey spiced […]Read More Apple Fritters from Binging with Babish
My favorite pizza is hands down from Mellow Mushroom. Pacific Rim and Holy Shiitake are two of my favorite. I’ve made various Mellow Mushroom “copycat” recipes, all of which were very tasty, but after tweaking it to fit my taste buds desires, I have perfected what is now my go to pizza crust! First off, […]Read More Stuffed Crust Pizza
The BEST buns: homemade, from scratch, soft, buttery, perfectly toasted, with a hint of sweetness. They can be used for any type of sandwich, or even eaten alone as toast! 😁🍔Read More Buttery Sesame Buns
Stovetop potpourri is a lovely way to fill your house with fragrant aroma to really make the season come alive. The combinations are endless. All you need are some spices, herbs, fruit, and/or extracts, then toss them in a pot of water, and let simmer while the fragrance fills your home. One of my favorite […]Read More Holiday Stovetop Potpourri
Some people like cream or honey with their tea, but how about some bacteria? Enter: Kombucha. Kombucha is thought to originate in the Far East. The first recorded use of Kombucha comes from China in 221 BC during the Tsin Dynasty. It was known as “The Tea of Immortality.” Kombucha is made by adding specific strains […]Read More Kombucha Homebrew