Hi, I’m Laurel. I’m a freelance writer, recipe developer, cookbook author, and Simpsons fan. I started writing the series Cooking The Simpsons for Paste Magazine in 2015 where I recreated dishes from the show and, over the course of a couple of years, was featured on The Simpsons official social media and Australian news outlets (the opposite of a booting?). After the series ended, I started this blog to keep making perfectly cromulent recipes.
Now it’s become a cookbook! The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook, to be exact. It’s packed with 70 recipes from classic episodes and amazing photos that bring The Simpsons to life. Order it here.
The premise of The Joy of Cooking Milhouse is simple: the show contains countless dishes, recipes, and general food stuffs, and I do my best to recreate some of them. I pick a classic episode and cook up a featured food item, sometimes also making an edible/drinkable version if the original is, well, super gross (I’m looking at you Moon Waffles and Flaming Moe).
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