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Random Single Gal Recipe: The Grilled Turnip Sandwich Of Dreamz

Random Single Gal Recipe: Grilled Turnip Sandwich

Have you ever made a sandwich and thought, “Everything I’ve ever done in my life pales in comparison to the amazing achievement that is this sandwich”? That’s what happened to me yesterday after I made this sandwich. It’s vegetarian but packed full of flavor thanks to fresh mozzarella, crispy turnips (which are in season a lot of places right now and surprisingly versatile to cook with), and a spicy aioli. Damnit I’m making myself hungry just thinking about it. Gotta go make another one now. Read on for the super easy recipe! Keep reading »

Frisky Eats: Get Me Some Grits

I put savory grits right up there with French fries on my list of favorite foods. Garlicky, cheesy, spicy, you name it and the flavor can be captured within a plate of grits. Eat it alone or top it with something hearty and savor the creamy goodness…

Frisky Eats: Get More Protein & Save More Money By Making Your Own Greek Yogurt

How To Make Greek Yogurt

I’m one of those people who looks at food and thinks, “Could I make this myself?”  I figure it’s always worth a shot, especially if I feel like I’m paying a lot for something on a frequent basis. When someone told me that Greek yogurt is just strained regular yogurt, I made a mental stink-face thinking about the fact that I was spending $7 every few days on quarts of Fage.  So I looked up a few different recipes, tried it a few times, and found out that Greek yogurt is one of the easiest things to make at home.  I’ve been making it for the last five months.  If I make it with organic milk, I save 50% each time; if I make it with conventional milk, I save 80%. EIGHTY. BEAT THAT.

Now, small disclaimer before we launch into the recipe: I’ve been working with food and in kitchens for a very long time, and I’m not squeamish about the potential hazards of fermenting stuff at home.  But you are going to be fermenting dairy, so make sure your equipment is sterilized before you go ahead. Keep reading »

Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: See “Maleficent,” Read Some Fierce Erotica & Make Pea Pesto

Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: See "Maleficent," Read Some Fierce Erotica & Make Pea Pesto

Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this holiday weekend! 
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Frisky Eats: 14 Fanciful Crème Brulee Flavors

There is one dessert I will never pass up. It’s name is crème brulee. Its glossy sugar casing only hints at the delectable creamy goodness underneath. There were two must haves on my wedding registry: a massage chair and a crème brulee torch. I have yet to break out my torch, but these recipes are just the inspiration I need to light my fire.

Frisky Eats: Iced Tea Please

10 Boozy Popsicles
These sweet, frozen cocktails-on-a-stick are fun, delicious, and easy. Read More »

Iced tea is my cool-down drink of the summer. While there are many store bought options, I have come to love making my own. Brewing your own iced tea puts you in control of the strength, sweetness, and ingredients, plus it’s the perfect opportunity to utilize fruit and fresh herbs to create unique drinks week after week.

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