Hot cocoa for chilly spring nights
Stay hydrated and give back to the community this Pride season!
My log has a Twin-Peaks-themed cherry pie and cocktail recipe for you.
A Yuri!!! on Ice illustrated recipe fanzine!
This cocktail is fancy, colorful, and extra, which are three words I’d use to describe my gender expression as a nonbinary femme.
A three-course Hannibal-inspired meal. “When Love was shown me with such terrors fraught/ As may not carelessly be spoken of.”
Self-care is critical to be able to stand and fight another day, and for me, the easiest self-care is making myself a cup of fancy tea.
It’s hot chocolate and Chartreuse. Yes, that green liqueur. Yes, in hot chocolate.
Spring has arrived in Seattle, and with it, so has the spring produce: fiddleheads, rhubarb, and nettles. Part of the issue with seasonal foods with a short availability is that recipe development can take a couple years if supplies are limited. This year, I got a 1/4 lb. bag of nettles at the Capitol Hill Farmers Market in late April and got to work on a couple dishes, including this nettle and mint tea, for those of you who enjoy a little punch to your herbal tea.
Taking tea on the second floor of the lovely Lan Su Chinese Garden’s Teahouse in the Tower of Cosmic Reflections in Portland.
Snatch up the last of those pumpkin beers, because it’s time for the annual pumpkin beer list (and some real talk about hate crimes against queer folks and mental health~).
“Well, the company picnic in Mission Grove is in full swing. Everyone is exposing their teeth and moving their arms. There are signs posted showing how to move your face and body to indicate maximum fun. There are also snacks.”