Pretty straightforward - I'm doing a roundup, all boroughs are welcome, what do you think?
Hi! I just recently found out that I have a gluten intolerance, but I love to bake...does anyone know of any great valentine's day desserts I could make for my friends?
pretty self explanatory. i have a TON of fun size snickers, baby ruth, milky way (midnight and regular). yes, i could just eat it, but i'm itching to make something out of it. sorry if there's already a topic for this. any ideas? recipes?
So I have this project where I have to make 7 projects in 7 days, and the theme i chose was pie charts made from food (it was he easiest for me because I made food all the time anyway so I can multitask). But I'm having trouble trying to figure out topics.
I want to make these by arranging food on a dinner plate, using an actual pie, bar graph out of cupcakes, etc. Ideas on how to use the food are appreciated too!
I'd like them to have some sense of humor in it! Or they can be basic. It could deal with anything really. Examples: Things You Need According To The Beatles (with the whole chart depicting only LOVE). % of Milkshakes that Bring Boys To The Yard. (These were all internet examples).
I know this is a really weird sounding project, but anything would help! Thanks!
My boyfriend is getting his wisdom teeth out this weekend and I want to make him good, simple, mushy food. I had my teeth out a couple years ago before I was a foodie and had to deal with jello and yogurt. But he's special and I think he deserves better! Does anyone have anything to recommend?
Hi! I guess the title is pretty straightforward. I recently just made David Lebovitz's Chocolate Scotcheroos and bought an enormous box of Rice Krispies to make them (try the recipe - you won't regret it!) Anyway, I am looking for other uses for Rice Krispies that aren't plain old Rice Krispies treats. Desserts are preferred. Thanks!
recipe from foodnetwork.com not the best recipe, i did it more for the novelty. the actual cupcake was very dense and not very flavorful, but the frosting and bacon made up for it!...
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