Posts tagged "recipe"

Cadbury Hates Us, So They’re Cheaping Out On The Cadbury Creme Egg This Year

STOP THE PRESSES. CADBURY IS CHANGING ITS CADBURY CREME EGG RECIPE.
A spokeswoman for Mondelez International, the company that makes the eggs, told the Mirror that they were switching from Cadbury’s dairy milk chocolate recipe to a “standard cocoa mix chocolate,” whatever the shit that means. And yes, I’m cussing-mad over this. I am…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 12, 2015

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…

Claire Hannum / November 8, 2014

Cocktail Hour: Serve A Crowd With Screwdriver Sangria

In preparation for my big move to Brooklyn at the end of the month, I have done a massssssive purge of everything in my apartment that I don’t want but is in too good a shape to trash, and am having a big ol’ apartment sale/giveaway extravaganza this weekend. I’m planning on serving some snack…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 23, 2014

Now We Know How Much Butter Is In A Cronut

Dominique Ansel handed over his cronut recipe on “Good Morning America,” and while Gothamist claims that 26 tablespoons of butter is a “whopping” amount for the entire recipe, I beg to differ. If you want croissants, you’re going to have to accept the fact that you’re eating more than two tablespoons of butter per croissant.

Rebecca Vipond Brink / October 8, 2014

An “Impress Your Friends” Recipe From Chef Jean-Georges: Mixed Wild Mushroom Pizza With Fried Eggs

As a huge foodie, I’m counting down the days until I attend the Greenwich 2014 Food + Wine Festival this September. When I learned that one of the world’s most famous chef restaurateurs, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, was going to be honored at the event’s Most Innovative Chef’s Gala, I had to see what all the hype…

Katie Oldenburg / August 31, 2014

Learn To Make “Sex Coffee” To Help Boost Your Libido (For Real)

You already have a morning cup of coffee. Why not make it count?
Wake up your vroom-vroom with this surprisingly simple recipe: a cup of java, maca, cacao, and cinnamon. That’s it! These raw foods have been used since ancient times to support your sex drive and if you’re not mixing these bad boys into…

YourTango.com / August 30, 2014

Frisky Eats: Oh My, 10 Types Of Cream Pie

Cream pie is one of those things I don’t enjoy often enough. Light, creamy and fluffy, I can eat an entire one by myself. Try whipping up one of these cream pies and grab a fork for an indulgent night.

Sophie Leon / August 10, 2014

Frisky Eats: 10 Reasons You Gotta Ricotta It

I just had the most amazing sandwich.  One of my favorite local lunch spots, Spreads, is featuring a Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Sandwich with roasted tomatoes and olive tapenade.  This veggie sandwich is light and lusciously satisfying on a hot summer day.  Ricotta, fresh or cooked, is a delightful compliment to sweet and savory dishes. No wonder so many…

Sophie Leon / August 5, 2014

Frisky Eats: 10 Tasty Pineapple Cocktails

This weekend, I enjoyed brunch at one of my favorite local Mexican restaurants Tomatillo. I was tempted to order my usual margarita, but decided to try a pineapple crusher instead. If you haven’t had one, I highly recommend it — it’s like a Caribbean vacation in a cup. I slowly sipped this pineapple cocktail with a touch…

Sophie Leon / July 30, 2014

Frisky Eats: Drizzle It With Honey

I recently bought a big ol’ 24 oz. jar of local honey at the farmer’s market and can’t wait to dig into the amber goodness. So far, I’ve managed to drizzle a little over Greek yogurt. I know, delicious but dull. Time to sweeten the pot with some ingenious honey-based recipes.

Sophie Leon / July 26, 2014

Frisky Eats: 17 Sweet & Savory Crepes

Happy Bastille Day! As a woman of French descent, I feel it is my duty to celebrate the holiday with my favorite French street food. Crepes! Don’t be intimidated — crepes are quite easy to whip up. The challenge is deciding what kind of crepes you feast on … bon appetit, mes amis!

Sophie Leon / July 14, 2014

Frisky Eats: 8 Chicken Salad Recipes That Don’t Taste Like Mayo

I get the feeling most people under-appreciate chicken salad.  As a kid, my grandmother used to make tuna and chicken salad as dips for every party. With just a few ingredients, a flavorful dish can be made in advance and enjoyed all week long.  Although I grew up on chicken salad, at some point, I…

Sophie Leon / July 10, 2014

Frisky Eats: Cooking With Key Lime

When most people think key lime, they think of key lime pie. But people, pie is just the beginning. Key limes can be used with poultry, seafood, and in cocktails! Check out these nine key lime recipes.

Sophie Leon / June 28, 2014

Frisky Eats: Make Your Own Ice Cream Sandwiches!

Once upon a time, I worked in an ice cream parlor called Scoops. On slow summer days, we would create ice cream sandwiches out of any and everything in the store. Homemade chocolate chip cookies with moose tracks ice cream dipped in fudge? Yes, please. What about lemon poppy pound cake with a cool layer…

Sophie Leon / June 25, 2014

Frisky Eats: A Blueberry Bonanza!

As a kid, I loved blueberry muffins but hated fresh blue berries. I always found tiny, tasteless and pointless. I don’t know what was wrong with me. This year, I have discovered my passion for blueberries. I have been buying them in bulk at Costco and eating bowls of them for breakfast! At first I…

Sophie Leon / June 22, 2014

10 Simple, Fool-Proof Recipes For Absolute Kitchen Beginners

To all those people who say “I can’t cook/bake!” Repeat after me: Practice makes perfect. Practice makes perfect. Practice makes perfect. The #1 mistake I see kitchen beginners making is trying recipes that sound awesome but put an amateur in way over their heads – too many ingredients, too much set-up, too much chopping, too much…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 10, 2014

Frisky Eats: 8 Takes On Fruit Salad

If you’re anything like me, you realize all your fruit is ripe at the same time and put everything you have into a bowl and call it fruit salad. Well, turns out, technically it’s not fruit salad. It is a bowl of chopped up fruit. Oh. Real fruit salad is so yummy because it contai…

Sophie Leon / June 7, 2014

Frisky Eats: Get More Protein & Save More Money By Making Your Own Greek Yogurt

I’m one of those people who looks at food and thinks, “Could I make this myself?”  I figure it’s always worth a shot, especially if I feel like I’m paying a lot for something on a frequent basis. When someone told me that Greek yogurt is just strained regular yogurt, I made a mental stink-face…

Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 6, 2014

Frisky Eats: 8 Rice Ball Recipes

Arancini is a popular Italian dish in which balls of rice, often mixed with cheese, are breaded and deep fried. Thus the common nick name, rice balls. My Italian brother-in-law, who prepared them regularly at his deli, introduced me to them and I fell in love with how creamy and cheesy the inside of these…

Sophie Leon / May 25, 2014

Frisky Eats: 11 Ways To Show Some (Potato) Skin

Restaurant owner Daniel McCawley’s clever response to a sexist comment requesting that his waitresses “show more skin” had me cheering in the wings …  and craving potato skins. If I owned a car, I would road trip to West Virginia to dine at Daniel’s Atomic Grill.  Instead, I promise to share his story and think of him…

Sophie Leon / May 21, 2014
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