A vegetarian-friendly version of this hearty and savory British classic.
A chewy and chocolatey cookie for the chocoholics.
A dense, rich bundt cake that captures the persimmon flavor.
An easy and healthy snack recipe that is almost impossible to mess up.
Keep your new year's resolutions with this healthy quinoa salad!
Pumpkin Tartlets with a creamy mascarpone topping.
Delicious winter comfort food in a skillet.
A custardy and healthy alternative to a pumpkin pie
Midwestern comfort food at its finest. It's also freezer friendly!
A sweet dessert to eat by the fireplace.
German Chocolate Cake.
An easy treat that appeals to the lovers, haters, and neutral-feelers of Valentine's Day
A seasonal tart with fresh peaches and blueberries
Boozy bread pudding for the bourbon lover.
Chocolate Pecan Cookies. Soft and chewy with every bite!
Chocolate cookies with a crunchy toffee bite.
Cupcakes for breakfast: a way to eat your favorite dessert in the morning
Traditional macadamia nut cookies with a chocolate twist.
Like black and white cookies, but better.
A hearty beef stew with bacon, thyme and red wine
Pop tarts from scratch!
A traditional two layer sponge cake with strawberries and cream
Double Chocolate Loaf with a Peanut Butter Cream Cheese Spread.
Vanilla Pretzel Cookies - buttery, delicious and oh so cute!...
Once upon a time, there was no GPS. This was before the "delivery fee" was even a twinkle in the Noid's eye. Cellphones were built like bricks, and pizza delivery dudes were all dudes. And in this land of my pizza-delivery forbears, drivers carried maps made of trees but most carried maps in their heads. I have no idea what technologies are to come and make delivery better, but here are some of my ideas (far-fetched or not) that would be cool.
We talk an awful lot about our favorite pies on Serious Eats, but for tomorrow's occasion, we can't improve on this guy from food blog Frites and Fries. Not only is it a pi(e), but the Greek letter prompted a Greek-inspired creation filled with ground lamb, apples, and raisins. It's just one of many entries in our Pi Day Bake-off this year, which we're cosponsoring with the folks of ScienceBlogs. You have until midnight on Sunday to enter!
It's really called a Archi-Meaty Pie specifically for Pi Day...but that's not very descriptive. This is a sweet and savory pie that's really the perfect excuse to say you had pie for dinner....