Gooey, tender, salty, and chocolaty with a floral current, these Rose Chocolate Chunk Cookies are worth a double batch. I adapted these ever so slightly from Thalio Ho's beautiful book, Wild Sweetness simply to include whole grains.
For my 39th year, I wanted to celebrate! There were multiple festivities, various occasions with friends, time pushing myself past my comfort zone, times dancing like I was in high school again, a special dinner with my partner, and a gathering around our loooong dining room table. We completely filled the table for the first time, and my heart felt full of love and gratitude. Plus, I have a very boozy Mint Julep Bundt Cake recipe for you. Cheers!
Oaky, sour, tart, creamy, and extremely sippable the classic whiskey sour recipe is a near-perfect drink. This version adds a few tweaks for the sake of variety. It starts with making a honey simple syrup - one of my favorite ways to sweeten cocktails, avoid processed sugars, and reap some of the benefits of honey.
It’s time for an installment of Cookbook Club, and this month, we’re pulling Black Girl Baking off the shelf. Nominated for a James Beard award, Jerrelle Guy’s book offers “wholesome recipes inspired by a soulful upbringing.”
As a longtime freelancer, I've had to navigate the administrative pains and costs of health insurance on my own, so when my partner Dylan landed his hospital job and benefits package, my ears perked up. When I floated the idea of officially becoming domestic partners so I could be on his insurance, he somewhat jokingly said, "well, you better put a ring on it first." So, I did!
The award-winning restaurant, Darjeeling Express, began as a dinner party with friends; Indian food lovingly cooked from family recipes from generations past. In her book, "Asma's Indian Kitchen," Asma reveals the secret to her restaurant success, her immigrant story, and how food brought her home. Let's explore the story and the food together, starting with saffron-hued Chicken Chaap.