Following in the damp footsteps of 2021’s first weird food trend of blood-bag cocktails comes that of glow-in-the-dark food — an oddity that’s been picking up steam since this summer. Unsurprisingly, the trend comes in tandem with glow parties, but since most of these fetes have been of the at-home, small-crowd variety in recent years … Continue reading October Food Trends: Baby, I Can See Your Food Glow
My annual Weird Food post is my favorite of the entire year. I start researching, writing, and linking to all of the health, harvest, and Halloween food trends I can find in September, and wait as long as I can to unveil my favorite fangorious findings. As I started this year’s post, however, I realized … Continue reading October Food Trends 2021: Platelet Punches
My newsfeed reveals an unhealthy percentage of articles about #McDonalds
I look forward to compiling the Weird Valentines Day gift list each year — for the benefit of no one in particular. It’s just fun for me to hunt for the strange and unusual and share it here, and there’s something to be said for consistency; this is year seven! There’s no real theme to … Continue reading The Weird V-Day Gift List of 2021!
Slowly but surely, I’m working my way through 1964’s The Small Kitchen Cookbook, attempting each recipe in no particular order to see what frugal fixins from the sixties still hold up. This week, I whipped up Crabmeat Heaven, an appetizer from page 7 of the hors d’oeuvres section that is simple, tasty, and keeps well … Continue reading Small Kitchen Cookbook Page 7: Crabmeat Heaven