Two gluten-free heads working together is better than one. Especially when it comes to reinventing comfort food. Did I reinventing? I meant trying our hardest not to cry when trying to enjoy traditional comfort food. Is there any food more comforting than pizza? (Hint: there isn’t).
I don’t even know why I think making frosting at the same time cupcakes are happening is a good idea. You would think that after a few years of cupcake-making for and with friends, I would learn something. Well, here’s another failed frosting attempt, but also a delicious attempt at combining three things people like: Bacon, dates, and goat cheese.
This weekend was special for me and Matthew, for it was our 2nd Anniversary. We decided to celebrate in the best way we knew how. Which involved two baking projects. I’ll provide the recipe to this one, since it actually worked (with some adjustments).
Over the summer, I had made a serious commitment to fitness, which involved going to the gym every day. Observing my own performance, I realized that I worked better after I ate some combination of carbs, sugar, fat, and protein. Let me share with you a simple recipe using some of my favorite products that can amp up your workout power.
Sundays in my family consist of having a sweet breakfast, followed by going to Church, and then eating a nice fancy lunch. Sundays on campus, however, are lazy days where you wake up late and try to turn your relaxed brain back on to get into the homework flow and prepare for the school week. But lazy is not synonymous with boring and not creative. In this post, I will show you an easy outfit to put together with an even easier lunch menu to suit all your fashion and food needs.
Recently, I realized I have a huge problem with bloating. Sorry to get so personal, but it’s true. I wake up in the morning looking like a swimsuit model and then halfway through the day, I resemble Homer Simpson. So I decided to share some tips with you that can help you beat the bloat and feeling comfortable and confident.
Pizza is wonderful. It’s warm, it’s chewy, it has tomatoes, it has cheese, and it’s the ultimate comfort food. It is the staple of New York kind who want something filling to eat but won’t break the 2-dollar bank, i.e. the complete dinner of 99-cent Arizona iced tea and 99-cent pizza from 2 Bros Pizza. Yet whenever I want the cheesy deliciousness delivered or I go out anywhere, 9.9 times out of 10, I can’t eat it…