Christmas Monster Cookies

Christmas Monster Cookies

So it’s the New Year, and you’re stuck with leftover Christmas candy. Maybe you got it in your stocking, or you got it on sale, or you bought it for a party that never happened. So now you can either shove it in your face 

Cranberry Orange Biscotti

Cranberry Orange Biscotti

Many moons (ok a few) ago, I was doing research for my Buttermilk and Chive Biscuits recipe and ran across the fact that the word “biscuit” comes from Latin “biscotti,” or twice baked. I realized I had never made biscotti, and wanted to give it 

Mexico: Chiles en Nogada

Mexico: Chiles en Nogada

Welcome back to another #GentGoesGlobal post, and we aren’t heading too far from my home country of the USA for this one. Just south of us, Mexico is a land of various and delicious foods. It could be bias from growing up in a neighboring 

Mixed Potato Latkes

Mixed Potato Latkes

Winter calls for comfort, and what is more comforting than potatoes? That’s right. Fried potatoes. Which is why latkes make the perfect Hanukkah food. But, of course, I am completely unable to do anything normal. So these are mixed potato latkes, with both russet and 

Peppermint Bark

Peppermint Bark

Last week I jumped head-on into peppermint season with a Peppermint Brownie Cake, and I just can’t shake the visions of candy canes dancing through my head. So I decided we needed something simple but delicious this week: peppermint bark. Yes, we’re all staying home 

Peppermint Brownie Cake

Peppermint Brownie Cake

Now that the Thanksgiving madness is over, how about some Christmas cheer?? I’ve got just what you need with this peppermint brownie cake. Stand back, pumpkin – it’s peppermint time. I have always been team “the earlier the better” when it comes to the Christmas 

Finland: Porkkanalaatikko

Finland: Porkkanalaatikko

It’s Thanksgiving week with is a HUGE time for food bloggers, and while I could be using it to push a turkey recipe, I’m pumping out yet another #GentGoesGlobal post to freshen up your festive spread with something different. Last time we went to Estonia, 

Estonia: Leviasupp

Estonia: Leviasupp

There’s really not a way to preface this for the non-Estonian mind, so I’m just going to put it out there: today, I’m asking you to make dessert soup out of bread. Yup, that’s leviasupp. When I started brainstorming recipes for my #GentGoesGlobal series, I 

Jaffa Cakes

Jaffa Cakes

It’s finally time for the final recipe from my honeymoon tour of Europe! We’ve made tapas from Spain, macarons from France, pastéis de nata from Portugal, and döner from Germany. Finally, it’s time for the United Kingdom to shine, with Jaffa cakes! Like I mentioned 

Georgia: Khachapuri

Georgia: Khachapuri

If you follow me on Twitter, you know that my account there is mostly Eurovision with a smattering of blog promo. Imagine my surprise when I found another American Eurofan, who tweets mostly about Eurovision, but who also runs a food blog! Tony of The