Ah, yes, the science of grilled cheese, a.k.a. goo-ology.
Before I get started on my tried-and-true hummus recipe, let me just say that I have been looking forward to this blog post for a long, long time (and so has Nate, because that means he gets to eat all of it).
After a crazy September full of Jewish holidays, challahs, and an unhealthy dose of bubbe-meise, I bring to you a bombshell of a brisket recipe that will cut like butter and takes *almost* no work at all. Yes, yes, I know… You’re welcome.
A couple months ago I admitted my lifelong addiction to coconut in the blog post about Coconut Almond Macaroons. Even though acceptance may be the first step in the 12-step program for addiction, I clearly have no plans of giving up coconut anytime soon.
On a recent trip to NYC I scored some incredible culinary lavender at the Union Square Market and decided to put it to good use. For those who have never cooked with lavender before, it is highly, highly suggested.
Also, Chemist in the Kitchen is officially 3 months old! WOW how the time flies, and it’s all thanks to that delicious gluten-free sweet potato gnocchi that became my first post ever. Thank you all for your support and encouragement in this food blog journey so far!