The Most Dangerous Food Personality
I have spent countless hours watching cooking shows and reading cooking literature. There is usually something that I am able to learn from these sources, like learning that a rotisserie is the best way to cook a bird from reading Jeffrey Steingarten’s “It Must Have Been Something I Ate”, or learning how to grill pizza from Alton Brown’s “Good Eats”. I think...
Pineapple Bourbon Bake
This is honestly one of the easiest and most delicious dessert I have ever made. My mum shared it with me as we were making Christmas dinner. Ingredients: - Whole pineapple - 1 shot bourbon (a good bourbon, like Makers Mark) - 1/4 cup brown sugar - pinch of allspice - 2 tablespoons unsalted butter Method Skin, core, and quarter a ripe pineapple. Slice into 1/2 thick slices. Dump...
This winter, a crisis has inflicted Sweden and Norway: they are out of butter! Personally, I consider this to be some of the gravest news circulating right now. How will the Norwegians make Krumkakes, biscuits, and all those deliciously simple buttery cookies? And all those angry Swedish grandmothers, left out in the cold with no butter; I can’t even begin to imagine. For years, the...
Lately, I’ve been gearing up for my finals which begin now in less than a week. So as I sauntered back to my room after class on Friday, I began to ponder what sorts of food I would use to kick myself in the ass enough to study and stay awake for long nights of paper writing. That paper on The Problem of Evil for Religion isn’t going to write itself without at least a liter of coffee...