Why are online recipes bad?

You know, I've cooked up a storm from online recipes more times than I can count. But, boy oh boy, let's talk about how they can be a real pot of problems! They're often vague, assuming you're a master chef with phrases like 'season to taste' - hey, my tastes can turn a salad into a salt mine! Plus, the ingredient lists are sometimes as long as my arm, and half of them are as exotic as a flamingo in a penguin party. And don't get me started on the serving sizes, they're more inconsistent than my attempts at morning jogs. But hey, at least they make for a good laugh and an exciting adventure in the kitchen!

What is the best easy dessert to make for a party?

In my opinion, the best easy dessert to make for a party is a classic chocolate chip cookie. It's a crowd-pleaser that's both simple to prepare and absolutely delicious. All you need is a handful of basic ingredients and about 10 minutes in the oven. Plus, you can easily adjust the recipe to cater to guests with dietary restrictions. So, next time you're hosting, save yourself the stress and whip up a batch of these beloved treats!

Anyone has a quick authentic Indian dessert recipe?

In my recent blog post, I shared a quick, authentic Indian dessert recipe that anyone can whip up. The recipe combines simple ingredients commonly found in most kitchens and puts an Indian twist on them. I've broken down each step to make it easy to follow, even for beginners. Plus, I've included some tips and tricks to ensure you get the perfect sweet treat every time. It's the perfect way to end an Indian feast or to satisfy your sweet cravings.