As you stroll the aisles of your grocery store, you might miss the Auria’s Malaysian Kitchen products. The brand’s packaging is humble, but the flavors inside pack major heat.
When I was in college and living in a tiny dorm room, my mother and I went to Target and bought a tiny cutting board, a tiny colander, and a 2-pack of tiny knives. We thought it would only make sense to literally downsize my cooking tools—I quickly realized how wrong we were. The dinky knives would cut an apple or a cube of cheese perfectly fine, but anything tougher (like, even thick-skinned citrus) was a nightmare.
Nacho cheese is a gooey gift from the gods. It makes even the plainest tortilla chips palatable, and adds an element of delicious decadence to any food it touches. But do we really love nacho cheese enough to interact with an advertisement to eat it?
Several friends have told me that this is the winter they’re going to “get into sourdough.” I commend them! Sourdough