Easy Ice Cream

First off, kudos to Nadiya Hussain from Great British bake-off for this recipe. I highly suggest her show “Time to Eat” on Netflix (here’s her book too), though I make my own tweaks to her recipes. Anyway, here’s the easy ice cream recipe. Pick your … Continue readingEasy Ice Cream

Easy doughnuts

My mom taught me how to make these when I was a kid. It’s a quick and easy way to make doughnuts on the cheap. What you need: Pillsbury (or whatever generic grocery brand) tube of biscuits (you can do the mini tube – makes … Continue readingEasy doughnuts

Dinner & a Movie: Silence of the Lambs

Just because. The Menu: Sauteed Fava Beans Sweet balsamic glazed lamb chops (because Foie Gras is hard) Roasted balsamic fingerling potatoes A nice Chianti Chocolate & vanilla ice cream w/ strawberry sauce Where to stream: Amazon Prime Google Play Apple itunes Youtube movies

Dinner & a Movie: The Princess & the Frog

Quarantime! So this is a menu for Princess & the Frog. The Menu: Easy Beignets or Tiana’s Beignets Instant pot Gumbo or Crock pot Gumbo Corn on the cob Coleslaw Sazeracs Where to stream: Disney+ Amazon Prime Netflix Youtube movies Apple itunes Google Play

Nutty Whoopie Pies

Pi day was last week, since I’m attempting to study for my PhD qualifying exams I waited until the weekend to bake anything pi/pie-related. I went with whoopie pies – I modified a basic recipe and accommodated it for two types of whoopie pies: chocolate … Continue readingNutty Whoopie Pies

Lazy Quiche

Quiche is a great dish to make that can be reheated and eaten throughout the week. I make it in a really lazy but delicious way, by buying $1 tubes of store-brand crescent rolls and using that as the crust. Ingredients 4 eggs 1 cup … Continue readingLazy Quiche