When it comes to junk food I have a weakness for chips. I remember in college when I was stressed out over final exams I would eat salt and vinegar chips like crazy thinking it would make me feel better.
You might start seeing quite a few recipes involving hibiscus on my blog because it's one of my favorite tisanes (next to lavender of course). These scones (which are vegan and gluten-free by the way) are meant to be a dessert but aren’t terribly sweet.
Whenever it gets hot I don't care to turn on my oven or stove very often. So lots of raw fruits and veggies with some cooked grains and legumes are usually on my menu for the summer season. But sometimes I just don't want another bowl of salad no matter how exciting it is. And trust me I know how to make salads exciting. These summer rolls are a good alternative.
I am not much of a baker but I've recently been getting more into it. I thought looking up easy low ingredient recipes would be a good start because when baking, exact measurements of ingredients do matter while in cooking you can sort of eyeball stuff and still come out with something amazing. So when I came across this recipe posted on the kitchn I knew I had to add my two cents of flavor combinations to make these cookies a little more interesting. How did I come up with lemon and star anise?