In some parts of the world, people take for granted the luxury of grilling year-round. Here in New England, theres no way youll find us outside in the middle of January flipping burgers no matter how delicious they are. Maybe thats why during the summer months, we try to put our grills and patios… Read More >
Next to Christmas and Easter, National S’mores Day may not be that big of a to-do. But, it should be. What would camping or summer or even your childhood be without the inclusion of this stacked (sometimes double) treat? The fact is that s’mores are one of those few iconic foods that are ritualistic in… Read More >
Step up your game this summer with these variations on the classic camping treat.
In honor of Brazil being the host country of the almost finished World Cup, we figured we’d try our hand at one of the country’s traditional desserts.
Bye, bye Miss American Pie – there’s a new dessert around for the Fourth of July! Perfect for next week’s patriotic gatherings, these tiny trifles are guaranteed to be gone in less time than they take to make.
Memorial Day festivities usually include barbecues, which means making food, which usually means putting together a dessert. And we know something about those. But being that it’s a long weekend, and a nice weekend at that, being stuck in the kitchen baking isn’t how we see it playing out. That’s why we decided that… Read More >
With Cinco de Mayo approaching, we were trying find a delicious South of the Border dessert to make for a blog post. This led a topic of great debate in our kitchen. Where the heck does flan come from? They serve it at Mexican restaurants, we’ve all had it in Mexico, and yet the name… Read More >
On this somewhat dreary Wednesday, few things are more appealing than zucchini bread. Lucky for us, its National Zucchini Bread Day, and it seemed only natural that we celebrate accordingly! So we tried our hand at this classic recipe and made a grey, rainy afternoon into a bright baking session that promised a delicious snack.