Month: April 2020

Butterfly Margarita

Butterfly Margarita

Yes, it’s another cocktail that uses butterfly pea flowers. Two weeks ago I posted how to perfectly make butterfly pea flower tea, and since then there has been about 7 different recipes on the site with this unique and trendy ingredient. This butterfly margarita is 

Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Well after making the wildly popular 1932 Depression-era Peanut Butter Bread I wanted to see what other recipes I could do. I like making multiple ingredients per key ingredient, so I already used this bread as a base for my just posted Quail Salad, but 

Quail Salad

Quail Salad

This quail salad recipe is quite similar to a lot of chicken salad recipes that you may see. It is basically a “chicken salad sandwich” filling, just with quail as the poultry. I have a few quail recipes already on the site, like basic Roast 

Bee’s Knees

Bee’s Knees

The Bee’s Knees is a classic prohibition-era cocktail that has to be one of my absolute favorites. It is a little sweet, a little sour, and has a great muted complexity for such a simple drink. The drink name comes from the popular old timey 

Easy Quarantine Snacks With Pantry Staples

Easy Quarantine Snacks With Pantry Staples

Two weeks ago I published 10 COMFORT FOOD RECIPES TO EAT DURING YOUR CORONA VIRUS QUARANTINE and it quickly became one of my most popular articles. I think there’s a big push to learn home cooking during these times (probably why food blogs are some 

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Bread

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Bread

So I have to admit I’m jumping on the trend a bit here. This recipe for peanut butter bread recently soared in popularity thanks to a Reddit post in r/old_recipes. Peanut Butter Bread quickly made some popular food blogs and online magazines and everyone seems 

Lady Des Vœux

Lady Des Vœux

The Lady Des Vœux is a Hong Kong inspired cocktail with a gin base. In fact, it has London Dry Gin, Lemon Juice, Lychee Syrup, and Rose Wine. It is a light and refreshing cocktail perfect for garden parties, or just enjoying on your balcony 

Quail Risotto

Quail Risotto

Both quail and risotto are things that tend to intimidate home cooks, but they are actually both very simple. Risotto is extremely easy, albeit time consuming. And quail is just like chicken, with more flavor and a shorter cook time. This quail risotto is a 

Squirrel Salad

Squirrel Salad

So I’ll first start off by saying this dish has absolutely no squirrel in it at all. This was one of the first things I ate when I first visited Ukraine (along with my favorite Ukrainian Liver Cake), and it is something I make to 

Chicken Thighs In Shallot Sauce

Chicken Thighs In Shallot Sauce

I’ve slowly started transitioning to liking chicken thighs more than chicken breast. Don’t get me wrong they each have a purpose, but I find the thighs have so much more flavor. Plus…crispy skin. This recipe for chicken thighs in shallot sauce can easily become a