You know, I used to like Sweetrolls, but then I took an arrow to the leg, and couldn’t bake them anymore… SURPRISE! I’ve had this recipe kicking around behind the scenes for a little while, and suddenly, it just felt like the right time to share it. Maybe it’s because there’s a Monday looming in
Alright, so here’s the first mockup of the Alderaan Twist. I like it well enough, but I think there’s still a good deal of room for improvement. Which is not to say I didn’t dutifully drink down the entire glass after getting the photo. ;) I’d wanted to have a number of elements in
Thoughts: I’ll admit it: I’m a honey addict. Seriously, I buy the stuff in bulk because those squeezy bottles just don’t last long enough in this house. I even have bees out back, and hopefully this summer will get to sample some of my very own honey, made from the flowers around our gardens. I.
If you’ve ever played any of the Elder Scrolls games, chances are they’ve made you hungry. This is one of the top most requested recipe from the entire Elder Scrolls series, and because it’s usually something purchased in the game, one of the most tricky to figure out. I mean, this isn’t a whole lot
I don’t know about you all, but I literally gasped out loud when I saw this scene from The Force Awakens for the first time: Seriously, nothing beats practical effects, and a team apparently spent around three months (!) getting that effect just right. As far as I’m concerned, they nailed it, as it’s
Today’s recipe, in celebration of a (finally) fixed blog, comes from Elder Scrolls Online, which has an absolute wealth of cool looking dishes. Although Orcrest is widely known as a thriving black market city, its other more common offerings should not be overlooked. This flavorful jelly brings together two simple ingredients in a new and delicious way. It’s not
Thoughts: Good Heavens. Talk about the best side dish I’ve encountered all winter. It’s rich, creamy, and full of cheesy goodness. While it’s undeniably a hearty accompaniment to a main course, it is also absolutely amazing as breakfast on a day when one just needs a little extra oomph. And it’s gluten-free, and needs only
Alrighty, here’s the runner up from my Twitter poll, one of the most memorable dishes in that galaxy far, far away. Straight from the swamps of Dagobah, here’s the stew that made Luke Skywalker make this face: BUT! Before you start to doubt too much, here’s something to keep in mind: Luke has spent almost his
You voted, and I cooked! In my (relatively) recent Twitter poll, I asked which of several fictional worlds had recipes that you’d like to make in real life. We got a good response and with many more folks weighing in on Facebook, the clear winner was Elder Scrolls, with Star Wars not too far behind.
Bartolomeo Scappi strikes again! I recently queried you all on Facebook about your favorite traditional holiday cookies and sweets. One of the most intriguing of those suggestions was for “Panforte”, an Italian confection that struck me as super medieval in origin. And for the first time in a long while, I summoned the oomph to do a