Chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and shaved chocolate. The only thing this cake is missing is more chocolate. Goes great with a glass of milk, a White Russian, or Macallan Syrup. Get the recipe.
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Chocolate on chocolate on chocolate. There's a lot of chocolate in here, but it's not too sweet. It's more rich than sweet. If you don't like chocolate, don't eat his cake.
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While flipping through tech blogs a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon Good Eggs, a startup that combines grocery delivery with local, sustainable farmers. Living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, you’d think there would be a limitless supply of quality produce at every corner, but there isn’t. The grocery stores stock some local, organic produce, but it’s […]
There’s nothing quite like mac n cheese. It warms the soul (or at least your belly). My recipe isn’t exactly a recipe so much as a guideline to get you started with YOUR OWN mac n cheese. This is a hard recipe to screw up too. Even bad mac n cheese is usually alright…
You don't need to be precise with the measurements. This is all about how cheesy and creamy you want it. You're also welcome to add more stuff to it. If you want bacon, cook the bacon and add it (you can even use the bacon fat to make the roux). If you want to make this slightly healthier, add blanched, shocked, and drained spinach. Mushrooms are awesome in mac n cheese too.
If you’re like me, you like French omelets. They’re creamy and awesome! Go cook one!
This soup is meant to be eaten with a grilled cheese. It's lighter than cream based tomato soups, which compliments the rich cheesy sandwich.
Lets face it, this is one of the greatest combinations ever invented! For the soup, use this recipe. For the sandwich, you can use just about any type of cheese. I made mine with parmesan, mozzarella, Gruyère, and basil. I normally put mustard in my grilled cheese, but the tomato soup has plenty of acidity. […]
A number of my relatives live in New England. When I was younger, we used to go clamming for wild little necks and quahogs. At the end of the day, we’d cook a giant pot of “chowda.” It’s still one of my favorite foods and memories. Unfortunately, Brooklyn isn’t known for its clamming, so I […]