Make Trending Recipes with Four Flavored Cheeses

K-Drama binge-watching and K-Pop groups like BTS had us craving Korean food during this pandemic. It could have been the perfect time to sample all the different food trends that we see online, yet most restaurants are still on limited seating capacity thanks to ever-changing restrictive quarantine classifications. If you are like us, and want… Continue reading Make Trending Recipes with Four Flavored Cheeses

Lola Nena’s-Inspired Cheese Donuts Recipe: Pinoy-Style Donuts

We’ll bet you’ve seen Lola Nena’s donuts online—almost giant, fluffy, melted cheese-filled donuts smothered in margarine and sugar. Heck, you’ve probably even seen them questionably (or ingeniously?) used for birria tacos or cheeseburgers. These newcomers to Lola Nena’s menu gained quite a lot of traction; so much so that the brand upped production to almost… Continue reading Lola Nena’s-Inspired Cheese Donuts Recipe: Pinoy-Style Donuts

3 Tofu Recipes: Tofu Scramble, Agedashi Tofu, and Chocolate Mousse

Sometimes, we have too much of what we need. And that’s fine, really. But when it comes to food, this can mean a lot of wasted ingredients. So in our new series, we show you different ways to use a single ingredient to maximize it—to make sure that none of it goes to waste. And… Continue reading 3 Tofu Recipes: Tofu Scramble, Agedashi Tofu, and Chocolate Mousse

Tofu Chocolate Mousse Recipe: An Easy Two-Ingredient Dessert for Four

Tofu is one of the most versatile ingredients out there. It comes in different forms, each of which you can use for different purposes. You can use it in stir-fries, soups, or as in place of meat for methods like frying and baking. It also acts as a blank canvass, being able to take on… Continue reading Tofu Chocolate Mousse Recipe: An Easy Two-Ingredient Dessert for Four

Dark Chocolate California Raisin Sandwiches: Not Your Average Raisin Cookie Recipe

Oatmeal raisin cookies are not the only baking recipe you should employ raisins in. While there’s nothing wrong with the traditional, old-school way of treating raisins, there’s so much more you can do with the versatile dried fruit. We’ve made this sandwich cookie that does take notes from a traditional pairing (chocolate + fruit), but… Continue reading Dark Chocolate California Raisin Sandwiches: Not Your Average Raisin Cookie Recipe

Brownie Mix Taste Test: Maya, Chips Delight, White King, and More

Brownies exemplify minimum effort, maximum results like no other baked good. They’re often very easy to make and, when done right, result in decadent chocolatey treats that may be cakey, chewy, and/or fudgy. For the truly time-pressed, brownie mixes take it a notch further. With pre-measured, pre-mixed parts, you can generally expect to produce reliable,… Continue reading Brownie Mix Taste Test: Maya, Chips Delight, White King, and More

Saucy Matcha Brownie Recipe: An Asian Take On Self-Saucing Brownies

Self-saucing brownies. What does that even mean? It sounds like a parlor trick; as if by some illusion a simple baked good could douse itself in sauce. But thanks to science—at least, we assume there’s some kind of sensible explanation behind it—the idea works. This saucy matcha brownie, for example, is a simple recipe that… Continue reading Saucy Matcha Brownie Recipe: An Asian Take On Self-Saucing Brownies

Pepper’s Best Turon Recipe: Move Over, Mang Tootz

There’s a special place for turon in the realm of banana recipes. Not only is it delicious—with its sweet banana-langka filling, crunchy exterior, and caramel coating; it’s also very simple to make. At its most straightforward, you just roll a piece of saba and langka into a lumpia wrapper, then fry that in sugary oil. But… Continue reading Pepper’s Best Turon Recipe: Move Over, Mang Tootz