Nothing defines summer like sweet fuzzy peaches. Bite into one and the juices drip down your face and a smile is guaranteed to appear. We love them sliced over a bowl of whole grain cereal, in a bowl of steamy oatmeal and baked into cakes and muffins. This sweet little gluten-free cake is perfect for breakfast, dessert, brunch or snacks. Read More
While we eat great dinners often around here, dessert is frequently neglected. It’s just too easy to pop out the door for a cupcake or a cone of gelato. But now, there are no more excuses. This three-ingredient fruit galette has changed dessert at our house for the better-and hopefully will at yours, too.
Would you just take a look at those brownies! Extremely fudgy brownie goodness, sans sugar and totally vegan – can it get any better?
Without a doubt, these are my best brownie effort yet. I combined the best elements from two of my favorite brownie recipes and this was the result. It doesn’t even contain any plant milk. None, what so ever! Read More
This recipe was born partly out of a need to get rid of some leftover buckwheat flour I had lying around, and partly out of having limited access to the internet where I am living at the moment. Usually when I am baking bread, Read More
One of the things I love most about mint is how vastly different fresh mint is from processed mint flavors. Sometimes with watermelon, the fake flavor resembles the real one very closely, but it’s very difficult to capture the complexity and brightness of fresh mint in, say, a stick of Double mint (more like no mint) gum. And the benefits of fresh mint certainly outweigh those of the processed kind-peppermint is one of the most healing herbs around. Read More
Late Saturday night, it did not seem ambitious to set my alarm for 10:45am the next morning. It should have, because that left me 45 minutes before my friend was due to arrive for brunch on Sunday. Of course, at 2:30am on Saturday night, I didn’t have the clarity of mind to remember that too little prep time can result in catastrophic meals. I would have realized that that cooking brunch and deciding last minute to bake a dessert as well doesn’t usually make for epic meals. No, usually it does not work. Read More
Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. MarcusSamuelsson.com strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More