Drinks

Homemade Oat Milk

Homemade Oat Milk

I admit that I’m a little late to the make-your-own-oat-milk party, so for the twelve people who don’t know this yet: oat milk is crazy easy to make. Not only is it far cheaper than store-bought, but you also avoid one more container in the trash/recycling bin, and it tastes so much better. You need oats, water, a sweetener (I use a date, but some people like sugar or maple syrup), vanilla and a bit of salt.

Unlike 99% of the other blogs out there, I’m not going to bombard you with twenty-two photos of how to make oat milk. You get one photo: the one of the milk straining in my favorite fine mesh strainer.

How I Cook

How I Cook

Long, long before COVID-19, or as I refer to it BC (Before Corona), I began thinking about writing this post. It’s not meant to tell people what to do, but rather just a document that captures how I cook. It’s basically my guiding rules, equipment, […]

A Mug of Love

A Mug of Love

When I lived in Dublin in college my host-mom always made this when anyone had even a hint of a cough or tickle in their throat. The only difference is she made it with a shot of whiskey. And not that I’m opposed to that addition, but I’m pretty sure pediatricians frown on giving booze to toddlers, which is when I started making my lemon honey tea on a regular basis. Plus, why would you waste good whiskey on a kid, right? Anyways, this is my first line defense when anyone comes down with a sniffle, a slightly swollen throat or just needs a warm mug of pure love.