These Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies are BONKERS INSANELY GOOD.
I know, I need to find a better way of explaining how amazing these cookies are, but my brain is having a really hard time because it is overwhelmed by the urgency of conveying to you that you need to make these cookies. They’re too good.
These cookies were a long time in the making. Back in May when I first moved to NYC, I instagrammed this photo from a trip to Thomas Keller’s famous Bouchon Bakery:
I have wanted to go to the Food Network NYC Wine & Food Festival for a couple years now, and last Friday I finally got to go! And it was just my luck that the venue happened to be a short walk from my apartment, because after indulging in a ridiculous number of burgers (they were all SO good!), I retreated to my couch and plopped down in mouth-happy bliss. As expected, the food was insanely good, and the event was a blast. I’m so happy I got to attend. Here is my recap!
If you’ve never heard of the NYCWFF event, it brings together chefs and food lovers for food-themed parties, and while these events are delicious and lots of fun, it’s also for a good cause. The festival benefits the hunger-relief programs of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign and the Food Bank For New York City. They have raised over $7 million to date, and 100% of the net proceeds from the Festival go directly to those organizations. Isn’t that amazing?
JCPenney was one of the sponsors for this year’s event and they asked if I wanted to attend the Burger Bash hosted by Rachael Ray and share my experience. Um, YES!
A few months ago I succumbed to the trend that is The Spiralizer, and I have to say that I’m pretty pleased about it.
Generally speaking, I’m weary of kitchen gadgets that are very specialized and only do one thing, so I wanted to resist buying a spiralizer with all my might, despite seeing the internet blow up with spiralizer recipes. My tiny Manhattan kitchen is already so crowded! But I have to say that I LOVE my spiralizer and find myself using it a lot.