An adaptation of Otis Lee's Detroit Famous Pound Cake, that's a little less sweet, but just as delicious as the original.
The best recipe for home-made pizza, when you're not one of the lucky ones to have a high-temperature oven/pizza oven/bread oven at home.
When those overripe bananas are staring at you angrily from the fruits basket and you feel like making something cakey.
A must-have in your dinner rotation, as they're fast and easy to throw together, but fill you with that warm feeling only a home-cooked meal can.
Chewy cinnamon and cardamom cookies, perfect during the holidays, but a staple in my kitchen all year round.
Have a very ripe avocado, but don't feel like making guacamole? Try this (optionally) vegan dessert, that is as delicious as it looks (and doesn't taste like avocado, I swear!)
It's sweet, it's sour, it's spicy, it's garlic-y, it's gingery ... It's one of my favorite Indian dishes and really easy to make, provided you have a stocked spice rack.
Technically these are pretzels and baguettes (or "Laugenbrezeln" and "Laugenstangen" as they're know in Germany). A crunchy dark exterior, soft white interior and a sprinkling of rock salt on top.
Have a large amount of fruit (either fresh or frozen) and no idea how to incorporate it in your dessert? Make a sauce out of it!
4h to overnight
A base dessert, which you can customize to your heart's desire, making it a rustic and simple or as bougie and over the top as you'd like.