I know cooking is overwhelming. If you’re new to it, it’s easy to brush off and say “I’ll never be a ‘cook’.” But there are some very simple common sense guidelines I believe every single person should know, and it may be the difference between life and death for your health habits. This isn’t for fitness gurus, it isn’t for homemakers, it’s for everyone. College kids, adults who weren’t taught, even adults who still don’t fully understand their kitchen. These are the basics, the necessary essentials, that will hopefully make cooking a practical and approachable topic.
I have a slight addiction to meringue cookies, aka, Forget About It cookies. The idea is that you set the oven then turn it off and leave it, and that’s enough to cook the meringues without having to remember you set them in there. I’ve polished up my own forget about it cookie recipe… Continue reading Robin’s Egg Easter Meringues
For the non-foodies out there, a shrub is a fruit-infused vinegar recipe dating back to colonial times, which is making a pretty strong comeback in the craft cocktail scene. Gross? I think not! So the shrub has been around a long time. Before refrigeration, it was a way to keep fruit in your diet through the winter.… Continue reading SHRUB LIFE