I’ve been editing these DIY posts on The Feed for a few months now, and it’s been so satisfying to watch each one evolve from a cook’s inspiration to a tested, published recipe. The best part, however, is watching readers put the recipes to work in their own kitchens. As such, we’re going to devote a few of the next DIY blog posts to the bloggers and home cooks who’ve tried their hand at our recipes and then showed us the tasty (and often beautiful) results. If you’ve tackled a recipe or two yourself, don’t hesitate to send photos or your blog post to us at firstname.lastname@example.org; you could be featured here!
A writer who goes by Branny holds down the fort at her blog Branny Boils Over. She recently made our DIY recipe for ricotta cheese, and her wonderful photos made me want to scoop the fresh cheese out of my computer screen and slather it on toast. I had to say hello.
“I truly didn’t believe it would come together so beautifully,” Branny wrote over email, describing the process of making our recipe for ricotta. She was shocked by the ease, quickness of the process, and quality of the resulting cheese. In true DIY fashion, Branny declared that “the flavor of the homemade cheese was lightyears better than purchased cheese.”
I can’t wait to see what Branny comes up with next—especially since she’s admitted to having her eye on DIY Mozzarella.
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