How to use up those cans of Guiness. Chocolate Bundt cake. Yum.
I’m partial to Alton Brown’s chewy recipe, but I really like Medrich’s Chewy, Gooey, Crispy, Crumbly. Here is her chipper recipe. I can just never get the dough to a nice consistency after an overnight wait.
A spicy red, please. How to order wine without looking clueless.
Roasted cauliflower with superspice. Roasted cauliflower (done right) is a favorite in our house.
42 common cooking mistakes (and how to correct/avoid them)
16 Boston-area indie donut shops. Get your sugar rush on right.
We’re entering prime crock pot season. A tip: Use less liquid for better soups
Punchfork is a recipe aggregator/rating site which takes a page from tastespotting.com (another favorite) and uses a highly visual UI. Very sweet.
I love to bake. Bread, cupcakes, cookies, pies, count me in. But our house does not have central air and flipping the oven on in July and August for any length of time is an invitation to self flagellation. A cocktail party in Hell. I do my best to avoid it. Still, we do our best to only indulge in sweets we make ourselves, so how to satisfy the sweet sugar craving for dessert when our kitchen turns into a sweat lodge? There’s only one answer.
NPR has a list of simple summer cookbooks.