If you’re watching the Oscars tonight, you’re going to get hungry. So why not eat a hot dog or three inspired by the Best Picture nominees? Each dog, specially crafted by the folks over at Serious Eats, conjures one of the Best Picture films. Loved “The Descendants” and pineapple? Then go for a Hawaiaan-themed grilled pineapple dog. A Francophile fan of “Midnight in Paris”? Try the Parisian dog with pâté, pork sausage, frisée and creamy dijon vinaigrette. Or just really loved “Tree of Life”? Then garnish your dog with spinach and mayonnaise. Click the link for full recipes — happy eating (and watching)! [Serious Eats]
These lemon poppy seed pancakes not only look delicious, they incorporate a lot of the springy flavors we were drooling over in our recent cupcake orgy post (citrus and berries are such a great combination). But these pancakes have something going for them that cupcakes don’t: it’s socially acceptable to scarf down a pile of them first thing in the morning. Check out the recipe here, and let the Sunday morning pancake scarfing commence! [via Picky Cook]
Don’t get us wrong, we love the rich chocolatey desserts of winter, but we’re right now we’re pretty excited about the lighter flavors of spring. Why not celebrate the upcoming season with one of these mouthwatering cupcake recipes, featuring fruity flavors and sunny colors? Bon appetit!
Here at The Frisky we’re pretty sure “No Bake Nutella Cheesecake” is the most beautiful string of words the English language could ever produce, but if you need any more convincing about the glory of this recipe, here are a couple other phrases that might tempt you: “Oreo cookie crust” and “15 minute prep time.” Oh lord, I’m feeling faint. Somebody hand me a spoon! [My Baking Addiction]
Hi Frisky readers! Fun fact about me—I love to make and eat food! I’m definitely not a chef, but I think I manage to whip up some tasty things in my tiny New York kitchen, so when the mood strikes, I like to introduce you to an easy recipe I’m currently loving.
Maybe it’s a New Year, New You thing, but I’ve been trying to eat a litttttle healthier and have been trying to work in some new veggies into my diet. With that in mind, I bought some kale recently and fell in love! Additionally, I’ve been wanting to try cooking with miso, a Japanese ingredient that adds instant punch to basically ANY marinade. After the jump, a super delicious, healthy, and easy dinner featuring all of the above. Keep reading »
This recipe for apple-vanilla bourbon instantly made my mouth water, and the best part? It’s the easiest recipe ever. Three ingredients, three steps: cube the apple, split the vanilla bean, combine with bourbon, done. It needs to steep for 5-7 days, so pour yourself a shot of regular bourbon now, and enjoy the fruits of your labor next weekend. Should be well worth the wait! [via There Will Be Bourbon]
Gluttony is having a moment. And I mean, yeah, one could argue that gluttony has been having a moment since Biblical times, but these days, it’s different — gluttony is fun and pretty and getting tons of repins on Pinterest. With that in mind, let’s take a tour of 5 super indulgent dessert recipes that look horrifyingly delicious. Or maybe just horrifying? You decide…
Last week, in honor of our mission to “Get Bitchin’ In The Kitchen,” I asked you to send me your favorite recipes for a forthcoming slideshow. Well, I got so many recipes that one slideshow just ain’t gonna suffice. Instead, I’m posting the recipes over the course of the week — and there’s still two days left, so you still have time to send me your recipes (to email@example.com)! Today we’ve got 11 recipes from readers, for dishes like minestrone soup, braised pork chops, zucchini bread, and much more. Needless to say, I am starving now.
Last week, in honor of our mission to “Get Bitchin’ In The Kitchen,” I asked you to send me your favorite recipes for a forthcoming slideshow. Well, I got so many recipes that one slideshow just ain’t gonna suffice. Instead, I’m posting the recipes over the course of the week — and I’m still accepting more, so send ‘em (to firstname.lastname@example.org) if you got ‘em! Today we’ve got six seriously yummy sounding (and looking!) chicken recipes from Rachel, Kristen, Emily, EscapeHatches, Mschro, and Sarah. Now which one am I going to have for dinner tonight…
Gather round children and I shall share with you the secrets of the world’s laziest cook. That’s me! I come from a short line of lazy chefs. Namely, my mom, whose favorite prepared meal is Fritos and onion dip and my dad who makes a mean cereal and milk. Needless to say, I am self-taught in the kitchen. My cooking limitations became more troublesome after a series of breakups with boyfriends whom I persuaded to cook for me left all alone to fend for myself for every meal. I had no option but to learn how to become a kick ass lazy chef. I usually end up dining out or getting take out — ideal for the eater willing to exert minimal effort. On the rare occasion that I feel moved to cook (I do possess a preternatural feel for building flavor) or I am forced to prepare a meal (like if I just got sex or I’m trying to!), I have a few go-to meals that I can easily prepare using my one pan, three bowls, set of dull steak knives, and the other pathetic contents of my kitchen. Allow yourself to be dazzled by my never-before-seen collection of lazy people recipes. Bon appetit, lazy peeps!