It's I:00 a.m. and I've been in bed watching and sharing Tasty recipe videos on Facebook for about an hour now. In this hazy moment, I'm certain my friends will thank me in the morning. If anything, I'm providing them a service, really. But it doesn't matter, because if you don't want to know how to make a meatball sub casserole in 43 seconds then we can't be friends anyway.
As I lay here trying to decide between "Grilled Pizza S'mores" and "Fruit Sushi (Fruitshi!)" as my favorite late night viewing experience, I reminisce about life before time-lapse recipes. Oh, the olden days of yore. The year was 2012, and we had to get recipes from actual cookbooks. Heathens.
To be honest, I have a love/hate relationship with short-form recipe videos. I find them and save them and share them- and then never make a single one. They're really more aspirational (#goals) than anything else. Why yes, "Ice Cream Bread" does sound very on-brand for me!
Bless you, Tasty recipe videos. You're doing God's work.
Mozzarella Stick Waffles
Grilled Pizza S'mores
Ice Cream Bread
Reese: Elementary Music Teacher in Chicagoland. Clarinetist and Trumpeter.
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