Aside from using them as a interior design palette, Offbeat Bride showed us that Skittles candies can also be used to color and flavor your drinks!
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There is something comforting about recreating classic casserole dishes from childhood. Here's the one I've been perfecting lately — Chicken Divan. I don't know why this is called "Divan." What is a Divan? Isn't that a sofa? This is my mother's recipe, handed down from my grandmother…
Previously, on Offbeat Bride, I posted instructions for a complicated two-piece chocolate dice mold made using food-safe silicone. This tutorial goes in a completely opposite direction: a super-simple one-piece mold using food-safe plastic that's vacuum molded to shape, to produce these beauties.
I have been pursuing two Holy Grails of cooking since I left home and realised I had to feed myself: making fluffy scones and poaching the perfect egg. For the omnivores among us, a perfectly poached egg with a few rashers of honey cured bacon and dollops of Hollandaise sauce is the ultimate meal — breakfast, lunch, AND dinner! Here's how it's done.
Given the ubiquity of fruit stickers (…at least here in the US; is this a regional thing?), we've had a longstanding tradition in my house of collecting our stickers on the top of our water filter pitcher.
This begs the question: my husband and I can't be the only people who can't stand to just throw away a sticker. What about you, Homies?
Here's a Megan-simple recipe (poor Megan, I feel like I'm being demeaning…) I stumbled across. I've made it three times in the past week — it's that good. I personally think it could use some more garlic, but that might just be me.