Here’s the Trailer for Nic Cage’s Truffle Pig Kidnapping Movie ‘Pig’

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“Who has my pig?”

There’s a new Nicolas Cage movie coming out next month and the trailer does not disappoint. Per Entertainment Weekly, “Nicolas Cage is John Wick but with a Pig,” but seeing as I’ve never watched any of the John Wick movies all I can say with certainty is that Nic Cage mumble-breathes the phrase “who has my pig” in this trailer.

From what I gather from the trailer, Cage is a recluse truffle hunter in the Pacific Northwest, living on his own in the woods after something bad happens in his life as a professional chef. “I remember every meal I ever cooked,” he mumble-breathes. “I remember every person I ever served. You live your life for them, and they don’t even see you. You don’t even see yourself.” (The trailer seems to hint at some notoriety in Cage’s past life, but a … Read more

Perfect Rice Krispie Treats

Everyone loves a good rice Krispie treat. Sweet, soft, and extra ooey gooey, these Perfect Rice Krispie Treats will become your new favorite!

They are beyond quick and easy to put together but taste AMAZING! For other super easy cereal desserts that are sure to please, try out turtle and brown butter rice krispies and scotcharoos!

Four rice krispies in a stack

The Best Rice Krispie Treat Recipe

There are so many rice krispie treat recipes out there, but not all are created equal. If you like yours extra soft and marshmallowy like me, you have come to the right place! These are the BEST that I have ever put together and I am so excited to share this recipe with you! My Perfect rice Krispie treats come together in a snap with just a few simple, pantry staple ingredients. They come out perfectly every time and it is so hard not to just finish a … Read more

Our Hunger Crisis Is Far From Over

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Twenty-five states are withdrawing from federal unemployment benefits, which will exacerbate demand from already-straining food banks

For the past year and a half, food banks, community fridges, and mutual aid pantries have been overwhelmed with demand. Though many officials are acting like the pandemic is over, millions of Americans are still suffering. According to Census data from May, over 19 million American adults say their household sometimes or often did not have enough to eat over the past week, almost three times the number who experienced food insecurity in 2019. And now, cuts to government assistance — deemed unnecessary by some legislators — may make it worse.

President Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, which increases SNAP benefits by 15 percent and expands unemployment insurance, is scheduled to expire in September. But some states have already canceled federal unemployment aid, and … Read more

Watermelon Agua Fresca

Watermelon Agua Fresca is the perfect drink to keep you cool this summer with the smooth, crisp flavor of fresh watermelon! You are going to LOVE how crazy delicious and easy to make this is!

Making an amazing summertime drink doesn’t have to be complicated. For other super easy drinks to help you beat the heat, try out my tasty water, lemonade and peach cooler recipes!

Watermelon agua fresca in cup with mint and lime garnish

What is Agua Fresca?

Agua Fresca originates from Mexico and Central America and translates to “cool water.” Unlike a juice or smoothie, agua fresca is fresh fruit added to water to give it crisp, delicious flavor without being overpowering! With watermelon being one of my favorite summer fruits, I thought it would be a perfect choice for this drink! I love that it doesn’t have any artificial flavors and it is SO refreshing for the dog days of summer we are experiencing here in … Read more

Gluten Free Strawberry Cake | Real Roasted Strawberries

This gluten free strawberry cake, made with real roasted strawberries nestled on top of a tender yellow cake, is packed with fresh strawberry flavor.

What makes this gf cake special?

We roast the berries in this gluten free strawberry cake before they’re nestled on top of the yellow cake batter, so their flavor is super intense. When they release more moisture during baking, they turn the very top of the cake custard-like.

The crumb is so moist that it keeps for days, just sitting there on the counter, loosely covered (if you have a cloche that fits over a cake plate, that’s perfect, but some plastic wrap will do just fine). Unlike some strawberry cakes made with artificial strawberry flavoring or jello, this cake is made with real, fresh strawberries.

Overhead image of raw yellow cake with halved roasted strawberries on top in round baking pan with parchment paper

Why roast the strawberries before baking them?

When it’s the height of strawberry season wherever you live, you can … Read more