Due to popular demand (I swear—at least three people were interested), I have decided to do a series of meal kit reviews. I love meal kits because they bring convenience and variety to our dinners without wasted ingredients. It can be such a pain to scour the grocery store for a particular item only to use a tiny bit for one recipe.
Blue Apron is the meal kit I have the most experience with, and—full disclosure—I am…
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Every day is a "holiday" when you have access to social media. Who can complain about celebrating chocolate chip cookies, though?
If you've been reading my blog, then you already have some cookie recommendations (although you can't celebrate with Bake Sale until Thursday). However, I will give you one more on this auspicious occasion.
Unless you've been living under a cookie-less rock, you've probably heard of Cookie D? NYC, a purveyor of cookie dough confections. The other half and I…
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I know, I know... why more cookies? Well, this is my life now. Deal with it.
I never enjoyed store-bought chocolate chip cookies much. My mom only made one kind of cookies when I was a kid—Toll House chocolate chip cookies—, but she made those really well. How was I supposed to eat Chips Ahoy after that?
Have you ever tried to make those cookies, though? It's a pain in the ass. Measure out all your ingredients,…
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I've been living in Brooklyn for a month now. So far one of the nicest things that has happened to me, and possibly the nicest thing that will ever happen while I live here, was the day that our friend, Paul, sent us a surprise cookie delivery.
That night my other half, Robert, was trying to order dinner from Postmates when his account got locked. Maybe an hour later, after we'd ordered food through another service, Rob got a text…
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It's Good Friday, the meatless day to end all meatless day—I hope all of you observers have prepared! When I was a kid, this was the only day of Lent we were expected not to eat meat. My mother asked me if I would be refraining from eating meat today, and I told her I didn't know. If I do, it's purely coincidence.
Right now I am trying to decide what to order for dinner. You'd think with…
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