Here's what they're looking like now, friends. Love y'all.
Perfect for all of the holiday hosts inviting you to parties.
This was my first time working with yeasted dough. Pretty fucking stoked.
I was going to take a really cool artsy picture of all of the Jell-O shots in a pattern so they looked super pretty, but I 100% forgot to do that. So here's the remnants of a couple that we took on July 4th.
I made Raspberry with raspberry vodka and raspberries in them as well as Lime with tequila and real lime juice in them, too!
No brag, buuutttt they were a fucking hit, dude.
They're also the easiest things in the world to make.
Add some real fruit of whichever flavor your making and choose a complimentary alcohol and you're off to the races.
Dude. Making lemonade is probably my favorite thing.
Hook me up with some simple syrup (one to one/water to sugar). Pour that in part for part with some straight up pulpy-ass lemon juice.
SIDE NOTE: If you don't like pulp in your assorted citrus beverages you can move right along because you're not wanted here.
Add some water and ice and BOOM, baby. You're done.
I think its the most refreshing summer drink by FAR, and it is absolutely my favorite drink of all time.
Fun fact: A shandy is any non-alcoholic drink mixed with beer. So throw this into a crisp Pale Ale of Hefe and you are going to want to throw a darty (day party) for sure.
Baking has always been super fucking important to me. I don't really feel at home somewhere unless I can set up shop for a morning and bake my little heart out. I didn't get to do that much in DC, so it never really felt like HOME. More of just a really great time in my life that had some hard times intertwined.
Anyway - these are some M&M cookies that I made with a recipe from the blog Averie Cooks, she always crushes it and I use her recipes all the time.
In all honesty I made them to show this guy that I was going on a date with how awesome I was and it for sure did the job. The guy was so funny, but asked me to split the dinner that he invited me to. I was not a fan of that at all. What do you guys think?
Also, now, reading this over maybe they weren't that great if they couldn't even get this dude to buy me a burger. But what matters is is that I had a great time making them.