French fancy-sounding desserts don’t have to be a lot of work. They can actually be super easy! The brains of NDSM offer you the following easy classic: Cherry Clafoutis. Because when it’s right, it’s right. Continue reading
Being an Adult can be pretty sucky sometimes, and one of the most disappointing things is that you rarely get a cake for your birthday unless you actually make it yourself. And who wants a weak ass birthday cake? Nobody! You know the B in bday stands for Bring It, and It sure has been Broughten. Continue reading
Here’s a secret: we love desserts. You never would have guessed it, but we do! However sweet they are, however hot they are, however sticky they are, we love them. Except you, tiramisu, you know what you did. Continue reading
Look, we are all painfully aware that summer is approaching. Besides sweltering heat, humidity you can cut with a knife, and sweating behind the knees, summer also means showing skin. Ugh. Now a lot of you may start thinking that a summer body is a non-dessert-having body, but you are WRONG. Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t have dessert! We all deserve dessert! TREAT YO SELF. But let’s be #real, no one wants diabetes, it’s gross. So if you want to have dessert and feel like you made a sound, responsible adult decision, here’s how:
Get some berries. The only strawberries we could find this time of year are obviously steroid-filled mutants, but they still taste yummy. Seriously though, look at the strawberries… compared to the very normal-sized blueberries. That shit cray.
But yeah anyway, get some nice non-mutant berries and/or fruit, sprinkle some brown sugar (or stevia or Splenda or whatever you feel like) and add something creamy and tasty. Greek yoghurt, clotted cream, or even ice cream, who cares! You do you, boo. And finally: ENJOY!
As scientists we are always trying to find the answers to the important questions in life, like: how do you basically eat dessert for breakfast?
Well, this how you do that: Continue reading
The worlds of science and philosophy rarely cross paths, but sometimes the scientists of NDSM need to get real deep and ask themselves the big questions:
- What is the meaning of life? What is our purpose in this universe?
- Are ethics and science ever compatible? Do the ends always justify the means in the name of discovery?
- What makes a dessert? Is it taste, appearance, structural integrity?
We have devoted our lives to finding the answers to these questions, and the path to enlightenment begins here, with vodka-filled giant jello shots made in a watermelon. Continue reading