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neverending appetite

i eat a lot. i write about food for the couch sessions and a bunch of other places.

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  • Location: nyc
  • Favorite foods: anything chocolate, bacon cheeseburgers, mac and cheese, cheese, lechon, milkshakes, disco fries
  • Last bite on earth: something with gluten, if i knew i was going to die right after.

Cook the Book: Andy Ricker's 'Pok Pok'

i know i'm being typical but you can't go wrong with a perfectly crafted pad thai

Win 2 Tickets to Sweetlife: A Music + Food Festival!

Win Two Tickets to Taste of the Lower East Side, April 25th

Bake the Book: Bouchon Bakery

Bake the Book: Edible DIY

chocolate chip cookies never let anyone down :)

Cook the Book: 'How to Cook Gluten-Free'

i would LOVE this - i'm allergic to gluten (and chestnuts, and shrimp, and kiwis, and fresh apples/pears... and cats, dogs, pollen and lanolin).

Cook the Book: 'How to Cook Gluten-Free'

i would LOVE this - i'm allergic to gluten (and chestnuts, and shrimp, and kiwis, and fresh apples/pears... and cats, dogs, pollen and lanolin).

Heart of the House: Jen Wells, Tu-Lu's Gluten-Free Bakery

i LOVE this place, the coffee cake is to die for! thanks for this :)

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Do you have food allergies?

gluten, kiwis, chestnuts, coffee.

maybe shrimp still, not sure. also not sure about scallops. used to be allergic to shellfish but not anymore apparently.

8 New Cupcake Shops (and Cupcakes) We Love in NYC

do any of these place offer gluten free?

Super Bowl Giveaway: California Avocado Gift Box for Guacamole-Making

Knead the Book: 'The Fundamental Techniques of Classic Bread Baking'

10 Must-Try Sweets in Paris

David Lebovitz's Butterscotch-Pecan Ice Cream

I made this a couple months ago and can honestly say it's one of the best ice creams I've ever had! Delicious!

SE Staff Picks: Our Favorite Food Souvenirs to 'Smuggle' Home

Cook the Book: 'At Elizabeth David's Table'

dorie greenspan, she shaped my baking style in the strongest way possible - by getting me to bake in the first place.

Game Day Recipe Roundup: Salsas and Dips

the buffalo wing dip is legit!

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: La Quercia's Coppa Combo

with pasta and peas and shallots and mozzarella!

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: La Quercia's Coppa Combo

with pasta and peas and shallots and mozzarella!

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Charles Chocolates' Edible Chocolate Holiday Box

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Russ & Daughters Brunch Package

taylor ham egg and cheese on a bagel!

3 Delicious Ways To Spike Your Hot Chocolate

@merster my friends and i call it "hot schnapolate!"

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Russ & Daughters Brunch Package

taylor ham egg and cheeeese.

Cook the Book: 'Baked Explorations'

i have no idea what it's called, but it's across the street from the american university of paris, and it's purple, and it was the reason i gained over ten pounds during my semester abroad!

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Charles Chocolate

Pie Charts Made From Food

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!

Bye wisdom teeth

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?

Because Everything Is More Fun on a Stick: How to Make Macaron Pops

[Photograph: Bakerella] Want to make macarons look ever cuter? Put them on sticks. Like pies, the round shape lends itself well to lollipopification; unlike pies, most macarons are already the perfect size to be eaten off a stick. All you have to do is lay a stick in the filling before you stick the two macaron cookie halves together. Check out the recipes and photos at Tartlette and Bakerella for more guidance. [via @am3thyst] Related Introduction to French Macarons How to Make Macarons Macaron Glacé = Ice Cream Sandwich with Macarons and Gelato Blogwatch: Bakerella's VOTE Cake Pops... More