Bomb Dot Com Scone Recipe! May 05 2021My older sibling Rebecca and I dubbed this recipe "bomb dot com" when we were in our early 20s and it's been the family standard ever since. You can put in literally anything you want, and the technique of freezing and grating your butter followed by a light lamination process (think croissant dough, but way simpler and rougher) makes for obscenely flaky scones that can adapt to any menu theme or...
Recipe: Lemon Pound Cake with Death's Flower Glaze October 09 2020
Lemon Pound Cake with Death's Flower Glaze
A few months back our house teen, Teacup, designed for us a whole collection of teas inspired by the hit D&D actual play show Critical Role. The blend featured in today's recipe post immediately became a fan favorite, and we drink it frequently in our house as well! Death's Flower is inspired by Caduceus Clay, a kind-hearted...
Whole Wheat Chai Snickerdoodles April 11 2020Teacup and I were chatting the other day about fun cookie recipe ideas for masala chai, and our dear friend Hannah said "oh, like chai snickerdoodles?"
Um...YES! Such a fun twist on a classic American favorite. Their chewy texture, eggy richness and cinnamon coating has earned them a high ranking in the cookie hall of fame. Honestly though? While I get the appeal, I've always felt snicks were...
Just the other day, a friend mentioned the idea of matcha cheesecake in passing. I don't even remember the context, just that the idea seeded itself like the marigold and snap...
Recipe: Creamy Chai-tini February 25 2020March in Seattle heralds the last gasp of winter. While I'm as eager as the next Californian transplant to return to the sunshine and flowers of spring, I'm not above finding an excuse to enjoy decadent, spicy, rich, silky winter flavors. For a super quick and easy "treat yo'self" moment, check out this creamy chai-tini. Tea and booze lovers delight!
Note: If alcohol isn't your thing, replace the...
Oolong Earl Grey Crème Brûlée February 04 2020
Juicy Tea-Glazed Ribs Recipe! September 09 2019 1 Comment
Calling all tea-obsessed carnivores! Fall is upon us and everyone seems eager to get back to the kitchen. If you're looking for a cozy, low-maintenance dinner option and have a soft spot for complex flavor and a lush, fatty mouthfeel, follow me to tastytown.
I wrote and tested this succulent rib recipe for you, and my friends and family can testify to its deliciousness. Enjoy, and feel free let me...
Chai-ce Cream! May 20 2016
Well, we took a vote. You guys all really REALLY needed to know how to make delicious chai ice cream at home, so Allyn and I made you a video! It turns out homemade ice cream is totally NBD. We don't even own an ice cream maker, and it still came out great!
Ready? Let's go!
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
- 2 3/4 cup whole milk
- 5 egg yolks
- 1 1/2 Tablespoons loose leaf Masala Chai
Friday's Earl Grey Cran-Apple Chutney December 27 2015
Over the course of my 12ish years as a professional chef, I've seriously developed and honed my skills in the arena of bullshitting recipes. Today's fun twist on a super easy favorite is for lazy tea nerds who love to entertain. Here ya go!
Earl Grey Cran-Apple Chutney
12 oz. Cranberries, fresh or frozen
4 Large Fuji apples, diced
3/4 cup Water
3 Star anise pods
1/4 tsp Ground cardamom