Monthly Archives: September 2015

Oatmeal Bread

This is one of a number of recipes I’ve copied recently from various cookbooks in the collection of the museum I work at. Many of them require slight changes (due to, for instance, the types of yeast now commonly used), … Continue reading

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Eclair Cake

This is a simple, delicious dessert I’ve made a bunch of times over the years. Although I normally picture graham crackers as crumbly disasters, once they’ve ‘soaked’ in the pudding mixture for a while they come apart from the main … Continue reading

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Korean BBQ Pork Lettuce Wraps

If you have some friends (or you yourself) who are unfamiliar with Korean food, this is a fun (if slightly messy to eat) way to get them into it! It also happens to be delicious! This recipe does make a … Continue reading

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Snacking Granola Clusters

Here’s a high-energy snack to alleviate some of the guilt of just repeatedly jamming your fist into the cereal box. It’s mean to be snacked on, so you’re in the clear! There’s a ton of room for variation to suit … Continue reading

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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

I’ve only had strawberry cheesecake ice cream once, in a tiny place in the outskirts of DC, but I’ve always wanted it again. Turns out… it’s really not hard to make. Dangerous thing to know! This ice cream’s very rich, … Continue reading

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Pizza Fries

Heeey I’m back! Aaand most of you are probably on vacation today. Oh well, you’ll get back to your computers eventually… I ate this as a tasty dinner, but it probably makes more sense as a sharing thing at a … Continue reading

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