We’ve all been there. It’s a snowy winter night. You’re enjoying a cozy night at home when the idea strikes you: this moment would be absolutely perfect with some fresh homemade cookies.
When shelter-in-place first went into effect, many flocked to new cottage core inspired at-home hobbies: knitting, gardening, fostering pets, and of course, baking bread.
Is there any smell quite so comforting as that of freshly baked bread emanating from your oven and filling your home?
For fellow coffee lovers, we can agree that there isn’t anything quite as delicious and tantalizing as the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever plumbed the depths of your fridge for maple syrup, poured it onto hot pancakes and out plopped a fuzzy mold. (Author sheepishly raises his hand.)
Honey. This bee-made sweetener is a staple in every kitchen.
In medieval England knights kept themselves nourished over their long, epic journeys by preparing various pies that kept well under a thick, dense pie pastry.