Okay, here it is, the age-old discussion: what do I bring? You’ve been invited to a friend’s house to hang out, and you ask if you can bring anything. They respond with, “nah, not really, maybe a bag of chips or something.” A bag of chips or something. That’s hardly helpful.
I mean, yes, if you show up with a bag of chips to a casual gathering, no one will be sad; no one will say “ugh, chips are the worst.” Because no one says that, because everyone from the local baker to Emergency Tree Service Kansas City MO likes chips. And no one’s going to be expecting you to show up with wedding catering level apps here. But what if you want to step it up from a bag of chips? Below I’ve compiled some suggestions about what kind of snack you should bring where. (Please note that these are just my own suggestions, and there is absolutely no empirical evidence to back any of this up.) Continue reading What to Bring?
I feel like I need to talk to someone about the struggles of browsing Pinterest for snack ideas, and because no one I talk to has any interest in listening to my seriously first world problems, I figured I’d just write about it and you guys can read it at your leisure (or not, but I’m going to write it anyway). So obviously Pinterest is great, not only as a tool of procrastination, for which I use it quite frequently, but also for browsing geeky fandom stuff, finding hilarious memes to send to my sister, and, of course, to browse recipes.
Sometimes I go on Pinterest looking for a specific type of snack recipe (I’ve made some wicked good cookies from recipes I’ve found on Pinterest), but other times I’m just scrolling innocently and come upon the most beautiful-looking snack recipe that I would absolutely destroy if I ever were to try it. We’ve all been there, right? We see, like, little Santas that can (apparently) be made from little more than whipped cream and a strawberry (see right … still not convinced those are real).
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