Adam Sobel is as authentic and as transparent as one gets. Like the Manhattanite he is, he doesn't mince his words but stays true to his philosophy. He's hilarious as he's insightful, as sharp as he's mellow.
Why it's great: You know that weird clumpy sludge that appears when you add cinnamon on top of hot liquid? That doesn't happen
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And now, I'm adding a brand new recipe to my list of fall favorites: pumpkin cinnamon rolls. These sweet treats are ridiculously
The good news is that there is a new toast topper in town. Basically avocado's twin sister. Her name is banana.
We've all heard that phrase, "It's not what you said, but how you said it." Well, that's sort of what it's like with coffee, because we're hearing that it's not so much the coffee that creates problems but, rather, the way it's brewed... and stored... and ground.
Your move, Cinnabon.
The cake looked easy. There was no melting of butter or chocolate, no separating egg yolks from whites. There was no butter involved at all, just a cup of 'salad oil.' And look at those nice teaspoons of cinnamon and nutmeg and all that brown sugar!