Hello, dear reader! Have you been experiencing the weakling 2015 version of the Polar Vortex? Montreal feels like it’s stuck in a constant polar vortex, with none of the fluffy snow and all of the -20 temperatures. And it didn’t help that up until two days ago, the door to my apartment basically led directly to the frozen tundra outside, thanks to some terrible insulation and strategically placed cracks. But as the best cure to a cold home is to bake something, I’ve got the Friday link round-up to keep you warm!
Today, I will be going to a vegan Shabbat dinner, and trying my hands at baking a gluten-free, vegan challah. How fun is that?! I’ll let you know how it goes (probably via Instagram, so if you’re not following me yet, you really should be!).
But in the meantime, here are some things you can make this weekend:
I absolutely adore affogato, and think everyone should go make it right now. No, seriosuly. It’s the best of all worlds.
I used to think blood oranges were super disturbing because of their name. And yet, I would always buy a glass of freshly squeezed blood orange juice at the market, and pretend it’s human blood. It was a thing. And now, I want to eat all the blood oranges in the world, and this salad from How Sweet It Is makes a good start.
Sometimes we all need an articulate and tasty reminder that it’s going to be OK.
Apparently, people aren’t divorcing as much as they used to… Unless they’re poor, in which case, they’re divorcing even more. Interesting stuff.
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