Food and community: make delicious cornbread, support LGBTQ+ hurricane victims, and come out for Bi Week!
I’ll Make It Myself! and Robin Elan Art are proud to present our first collaboration: The Corners of Their Mouth: A Queer Food Zine, in which we use recipes and comics to ask the hard-hitting questions:
Bake some zucchini bread and do work on yourself to be a better ally.
My friend requested a Cake Wreck-y sheet cake, and trying to convey intentionally bad decoration is surprisingly hard! Plus: my “EVE Talk” on eros and katsudon.
This cocktail is fancy, colorful, and extra, which are three words I’d use to describe my gender expression as a nonbinary femme.
We can handle nettles by taking a page from Ivan Coyote and “cowboying down.”
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.
Am I doing this right?
This recipe is a gift from the two of us to you all for Valentine’s Day. Even though it’s a bullshit capitalist holiday that hinges on expressing love by either participating in socially sanctioned, exploitative expressions of heteronormativity or by equally problematic mocking thereof, I urge you to use this opportunity for the radical act of loving yourself.
“I’m the katsudon fatale that enthralls men.”