Homemade Baguette Recipe with De Buyer

Recently I started using the De Buyer Baguette Pan. I’ve always wanted to make a homemade baguette. As a runner, bread and carbohydrates are some of the most important fuels you can have.

Admittedly, I never got into bread-making in 2020. I just bought it at whatever bakery was 5 minutes away! I think it was partially because baking bread intimidated me.

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Easy Funfetti Cake Recipe
Easy Funfetti Cake Recipe

A few weeks ago I made an easy funfetti cake recipe. Why? To celebrate being fully vaccinated. Here is the thing, I need no excuse for cake. I can eat cake at any time for any occasion. It’s my third uncle twice removed friend’s cat’s birthday? Perfect time for cake.

Vanilla and funfetti cake has never been a personal favorite of mine. I like vanilla frosting but usually prefer chocolate cake. Red velvet and cookie dough cake seem more appealing to me. I decided to try make an easy funfetti cake recipe because I like to try new things and challenges. Plus, I was baking for one (me) so no one could really tell me it tasted terrible.

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Easy Chickpea Burger Recipe
Easy Chickpea Burger Recipe

If you know, my recipes are easy, and this easy chickpea burger recipe is no different! I’ve wanted to make a chickpea burger, but honestly, I was extremely intimated. Where do I have even start? How will a chickpea become a burger?

Full disclosure: before I tried making a chickpea burger, I attempted a black bean burger, and it came out like garbage. It fell apart and didn’t taste good.

Misery loves company, I guess, and I decided to try making a chickpea burger instead. Maybe it would be different.

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Easy Slow Cooker Brisket Recipe
Easy Slow Cooker Brisket Recipe

A few weeks ago, I walked by brisket at the grocery store. I’ve really never had brisket, and I knew a slow cooker brisket recipe wouldn’t be the hardest thing to cook ever. That being said, it isn’t as if I went in blindly, and after settling upon a solid recipe, I decided to try it out. Luckily for my spouse and I, the worst thing that could happen is that it’s not edible. In that case, we get rid of it and order take out.

I’ve heard many people cooking brisket for the holidays, and apparently, it is a big Easter meal. That’s probably why I saw so much at the grocery store. Growing up, we always had ham for Easter, but I wasn’t really in a ham mood, so slow cooker brisket recipe it was!

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