It’s a good day to be a chocoholic.
Chocolate and peanut butter fans, you’re going to want to start eating dessert first. A new Reese’s ice cream cake is officially on the market—and it looks like happiness in summer dessert form.
Let’s face it: Life would be so much better if we could just sit around all day and eat candy.
But alas, we’ve got to make that money, and having a job kind of gets in the way. Lucky for those that agree with this statement, Mars Wrigley has a seemingly incredible internship that would mean you would never have to separate work and sweets ever again. It’s called the World’s Sweetest Internship, and it’s back for the second year in a row.
There is nothing German about German chocolate cake. It's actually a purely American invention. The recipe was popularized thanks to a submission in the Dallas Morning News in 1957, and it was originally German's chocolate cake, after the popular brand of baking chocolate. Not that the origin of chocolate cake makes it any more delicious, but it makes a certain amount of sense, because in its pure excess of chocolate flavor, it feels like there's something deeply American about German Chocolate Cake.
Kitchen fears are an odd and personal thing. I have no problem with weird proteins or complicated sauces, but cake? Cake is scary. Pastry, in general, feels like the dark arts to me. You put it in the oven and it turns out or it doesn't. There's no time to tweak it! You just have to deal with the result!