Posts tagged "food"

Watch How Sriracha Is Made (And Drool)

David Tran’s Huy Fong sriracha sauce is so popular that it inspired counterfeit sriracha. It has inspired fanatic prints. JC Penney sells a sriracha shirt. I know that it’s getting trashed on food blogs as a trend that needs to die, but honestly, I feel like sriracha is the skinny jeans of condiments — it’…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 12, 2015

The Best Diet Of The Year: The Heart-Healthy DASH Diet

U.S. News had a panel of health experts — including doctors and professors from Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and the University of Chicago — look at popular diets and rank their quality in terms of short-term and long-term weight loss, easiness to follow, nutrition, safety, and benefits for diabetes and heart health. The overall winner? The…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 9, 2015

It Might Not Be Necessary To Eat Three Meals A Day, But It’s Better For You

I was scrolling through nutrition news today when I happened upon this article on the decline of the Three Meals A Day paradigm. It’s weirdly depressing: It starts out talking about the fact that back in ye olde days, before electricity, people didn’t actually eat three meals a day — they had bread for breakfast…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 7, 2015

An Ode To Skillet Cookies

Skillet cookies: The only cookies guaranteed – designed – to be warm when you eat them.
Skillet cookies: As good with ice cream as without. Take that, every other dessert. Skillet cookies render ice cream irrelevant.
Skillet cookies: Almost impossible to burn.

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 6, 2015

The Year In Year-End Roundups: Everything The Blogosphere Thought Was Important In 2014

So many year-end lists, so little time, so we’ve rounded up the best of 2014’s year-end roundups just for you…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 30, 2014

Frisky Eats: 14 Earth-Shatteringly Delicious Brie Recipes

If there’s one thing the Frisky staff can never stop gushing over, it’s brie. Is there ever a time you’re not craving brie? Here are 14 recipes for those days when shoving a full wedge, rind and all, in your mouth at 2 a.m. simply won’t do (though of course, that’s always an acceptable option).

By: Claire Hannum / December 29, 2014

Frisky Eats: 9 Ways To Cook With Parsnips

I really, really enjoy cooking and am pretty much the anti-thesis of a picky eater. When I look at a menu, everything looks and sounds delicious. That said, when I go into a grocery store or peruse the local farmer’s market, I find myself strangely intimidated by certain vegetables. It took me awhile to finally…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 14, 2014

I’m A Little Bit Terrified Of Nutelasagna

I can’t decide whether Nutelasagna is one of the best or worst things to happen to humankind, but like it or not, it’s here to wreak havoc on your taste buds and your life. Robicelli’s bakery in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn is behind the brilliant creation, which consists of “layers of buttery lasagna noodles, cannoli custard,…

By: Claire Hannum / December 11, 2014

NOPE To This Grilled Cheese Cronut

I like donuts, I like croissants, and I like yellow cheeses. I do not like them all in the same place.
The cooking blog Oh, Bite It! took Dominique Ansel’s recipe for cronuts and decided that the right thing to do would be to put Kraft American cheese slices in the cronuts instead of…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 8, 2014

This Pen Lets You Doodle On Your Food, So Now You Can Make Latte Art At Home

Ever wish your food had a bit more flair? Man, me too. I find myself longing for a home-brewed cup of coffee that’s artfully presented, say topped off with a doodle of a mouse or something.

The CinniBird — “the world’s first and only spice pen” — might be the answer. The pe…

By: Huffington Post Weird News / December 8, 2014

Olive Oil: You’re Doing It Wrong

I resent only being given the choice to put olive oil, and not butter, on my bread at restaurants. It’s not because I’m inherently opposed to olive oil because of my deep and abiding love for butter; it’s because restaurants don’t take care of their olive oil and it goes rancid.
Olive oil (and…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 4, 2014

Frisky Eats: 14 Semi-Healthy Holiday Treats

The holiday season is in full swing, which means dessert everywhere you turn! I really resent the phrase “guilt-free” when it comes to food, but I’m all about attempting to do our arteries a favor by opting for treats that are at least slightly healthier than other popular choices — without too many unpronounceable fat-free chemicals that…

By: Claire Hannum / December 2, 2014

Frisky Eats: 20 Creative Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Remember that commercial where every guest walks through the door at Thanksgiving dinner saying “we brought the green bean casserole” and then that’s all the family has to eat? None of us want to be that guy, right? This is why being asked to bring a dish to Thanksgiving dinner can be all kinds of stressful. Traditional…

By: Claire Hannum / November 25, 2014

18 Wildly Wonderful Recipes You Can Make With Frozen Waffles

Oh, you thought frozen waffles were reserved for rushed mornings, for tossing in the toaster and maybe drizzling with a bit of store-bought syrup, did you? Ha! Not so.

While homemade waffles emanate that “made with love” vibe, sometimes you don’t have to act in such grandiose ways to craft a culinary marvel.

By: Huffington Post Weird News / November 24, 2014

Frisky Eats: 10 Totally Tasty Toast Recipes

Toast! It’s not just for breakfast! I am of the opinion that more often than not, toasting a piece of bread makes it better. And slathering on some sort of mix of toppings makes it a meal. The next time you’re hungry but feeling too lazy to cook anything crazy, whip up one of these…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 21, 2014

Frisky Eats: Kristin Cavallari Helps Us Cook Up Some Delicious And Spicy Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers

Football season is in full swing, and all that time spent rejiggering your fantasy team, debating with your coworkers about who has better defense, and going hoarse screaming at the television screen every Thursday, Sunday and Monday works up quite an appetite. Who better to show us how to whip up some tasty tailgating snack…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 12, 2014

Believe It Or Not, The Most Tweeted-About Food In November Isn’t Turkey

Over the next several weeks, prepare to be completely inundated with social media photos of people’s Thanksgiving meals. You’ll see so many pictures of sweet potatoes that life will suddenly take on an orange hue, and obviously, you’ll see turkeys en masse, because they’re Thanksgiving’s most important staple.

Somehow, though, last year’s most-tweeted…

By: Katie Oldenburg / November 12, 2014

Frisky Eats: Kristin Cavallari Shows Us How To Make Bacon-Wrapped Butternut Squash (Perfect For Tailgating!)

Football season is in full swing, and all that time spent rejiggering your fantasy team, debating with your coworkers about who has better defense, and going hoarse screaming at the television screen every Thursday, Sunday and Monday works up quite an appetite. Who better to show us how to whip up some tasty tailgating snack…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 10, 2014

Frisky Eats: 12 Cozy Crock Pot Soups

Autumn is in full swing, and that means the perfect excuse to eat rich, hearty crock pot soups for every meal. There’s nothing better than walking through the door in the evening to the smell of a delicious dinner that’s been slowly cooking for you while you toiled away at work. Even though you just…

By: Claire Hannum / November 8, 2014

This Insanely Realistic Cat Latte Art Gives Hip Baristas A Run For Their Money

I live in Brooklyn, a land where latte art skills are a highly coveted trade (for the record, I have zero ability), but mind blowing art like this would have baristas here shaking in their boots. This kickass caffeinated cat brilliance was created by Japanese Twitter user dongurinekobei, who shares all kinds of cat-fueled fun o…

By: Claire Hannum / November 4, 2014
1 2 3 4 5 ... 33