Think you need to deep fry wings in order for them to be good? Uh, guess what, think again! I found the easiest trick for making crispy oven buffalo wings ever, and it’s going to blow your mind. Are you ready for it? Because I don’t think you are.
I’m the queen of grab-and-go breakfasts. But when you’re quarantined at home and have the time to actually cook breakfast, well, you don’t have a need to throw together overnight oats the night before. This means I’ve been making a lot of scrambled eggs to have with sourdough toast or even whipping up a batch of pancakes. And yet, it’s making me actually miss the breakfasts I would eat regularly during the week. So I decided to give my chia seed pudding a bougie upgrade by adding some chocolate and peanut butter. Ya dig? Ya dig.
It’s Memorial Day, which I personally consider to be the start of summer. I know it’s technically on June 20, but with the weather being so beautiful and the last box officially unpacked in our new apartment, it felt like a call for an official summer kickoff. And this key lime pie recipe seemed like the best way to celebrate.
I feel like every time I get something new in my Imperfect Foods box, I take it as a culinary challenge. What new types of dishes can I learn to make? What have I not learned how to make yet? So when two beautiful artichokes were in my box, well, I just had to try an all-time classic appetizer and learn how to roast atichokes.
You see, when I make food, I like to make it look pretty and take photos of it. Probably because I write a food blog or something, but there’s just something about devouring into a beautiful and colorful meal. And apparently it’s a thing. It’s called tactile eating and I’m a huge fan of it. So I figured I would snap some of my gorgeous easy snack ideas from this week and share them with you. Would that be alright? Cool, let’s do it.