Posts tagged "recipes"

Giving New Meaning To “Food Porn”

The link to this recipe on Food & Wine’s website was tweeted by editor-in-chief Dana Cowin, who asked her followers, “Pornographic or artistic? F&W pub’d this pix of Eric Ripert’s salmon app. in Jan issue & have gotten some flack.” Heavens, why? [via Twitter]…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 6, 2010

Gift For Gab: Your Best Comments For The Week Of January 1st 2010

We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something

Annika Harris / January 1, 2010

Bottoms Up! New Year’s Eve Pink Champagne Cocktail Recipe

Happy New Year’s Eve! Is it cocktail time yet? If I’ve learned one thing in my life, it’s never miss a chance to drink champagne! Tonight I’m going to be serving up one of my favorite recipes that require the bubbly — pink champagne to be exact. This cocktail has been my kryptonite since I…

Simcha / December 31, 2009

Drink Up! Shaken And Stirred By Rachel Maddow

Getting ready to throw a New Years Party? Or just need a drink after all that family time? Well, not your average newscaster, the hilarious Rachel Maddow is here to rescue you with her special recipe for a cocktail as unforgettably awesome as her commentary.

Simcha / December 27, 2009

Get Rid Of Holiday Stress With A Spiked Eggnog Latte

These last few days have just been a wee bit stressful, trudging from store to store as I started and finished my holiday shopping in mere days. So, now that I’ve wrapped my last gift, it’s time to relax with a spiked beverage. Warm drinks like eggnog usually put me to sleep, but this variatio…

Catherine Strawn / December 24, 2009

Hot Holiday Recipe: Butternut Squash And Fennel Soup

This weekend, New York City got its first big blizzard of the winter and I was snowed in. I decided to take the opportunity to test a recipe I was noodling over for butternut squash soup. Typically, when I want to cook something new, I check out different versions of it on the web –…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 21, 2009

Holiday Comfort Food Reader Recipes: Crock-Pot Chili

We know, we know, the fridge is filled with leftovers this weekend. But we couldn’t resist reader Tessa’s great, easy recipe, and figured it might come in handy for feeding all the randoms family and friends lounging around the house. Plus you could always substitute turkey for the beef for a yummy, healthier twist. The…

Erin Flaherty / November 29, 2009

Holiday Comfort Food Reader Recipes: Arroz Con Leche

After we called for comfort food recipes to cook during the holidays, lots of you sent a whole mess of deliciousness our way! So let’s get moving or, um, cuddle up and get stationary with our first up, from reader Susan Ramirez.

“Every time it gets cold I love to make Arroz con Leche.

Erin Flaherty / November 21, 2009

What Are The Most Comforting Comfort Foods? Share Your Recipes!

During the summer, it stays light well into the night, and I like to meet friends for late, alfresco dinners. But these days, as darkness falls by 4:30 in the afternoon and it’s nearly always raining, I just want to get home, curl up in a blanket, and down comfort foods like there’s no tomorrow.

Catherine Strawn / November 12, 2009

What Editors, Models, And Designers Are Gettin’ Drunk On During Fashion Week

So, the editors don’t actually have time to stop and sip them, but all kinds of somehow-got-in-the-door-but-why-are-they-here? types in the tents are swilling free booze in between doing whatever it is they’re doing in there. What are they drinking? We know we’ve spotted Moet here and there, but the harder stuff is Akvinta Vodka, the…

Erin Flaherty / September 15, 2009

“American Fashion Cookbook” Provides A Taste Of The Design World

Who says the fashion world abhors food? Not Assouline, the publishers of a new book called the “American Fashion Cookbook.” Containing original concoctions by 100 members of the CFDA, the recipes are also accompanied by fashionable illustrations and sketches. With a forward by Martha Stewart, you also get the lowdown on Isaac Mizrahi’s mushroom truffle…

Leonora Epstein / August 20, 2009

Crave: Dinosaur Soup Recipe Book

In Dinosaur Soup Recipe Book, you’ll find 50 inspiring – and questionable – explanations written by kids on how to concoct their favorite foods. From Tripple Bibble Muffins, which take a hose to make, to Special Strawberry Pie, which involves adding a bowl of chocolate to a barrel of strawberries, these adorable recipes make u…

Carrie Wasterlain / August 13, 2009

Get Fat At Home—Recipes For Fast Food Favorites

Skip the drive to the Golden Arches. Tell the Colonel he can shove it. Yo quiero Taco Bell…at home. All you need to recreate many of your fast food orders in your own kitchen is the new book, “America’s Most Wanted Recipes: Delicious Recipes From Your Family’s Favorite Restaurants.” Yeah, seriously. KFC’s secret ingredient unveiled,…

Nina Carbone / July 26, 2009

A Match Made In Heaven: New Wine Pairings At Epicurious

The culinary-minded boozehounds of the world (aka pretty much anyone who eats and takes a gander into the kitchen once in a while) will love this news: Recipe and food mega-site Epicurious is now recommending a few alcoholic grape juice options that jibe well with whatever recipe you choose to whip up. Working with the…

Nina Carbone / July 19, 2009

Hot Outta The Oven: How To Make French Crêpes

Want to make a cheap, easy, and delicious dessert? Crêpes, the traditional French pancakes, are perfect to impress your dinner guests. But before we begin, a little lesson in pronunciation. The e in the word is said like eh: krehps. If you can get a bit of a throaty roll on the r. It’s not…

Leonora Epstein / July 14, 2009

Host Your Own Kentucky Derby Party: Essential Race-Day Grub

Giddy up, party girls! The Kentucky Derby is this Saturday, and even if you won’t be cheering on the horsies at Churchill Downs, you can throw a propah Southern Derby soirée like a pro. So, get ready and get set for our Derby party grub guide: mint juleps, creamy cheddar grits, Benedictine, and fried chicken.

Sasha I / May 2, 2009

Booze 101: Stock A Liquor Cabinet Like A Big Girl

Certain things go out of style, but a classic martini isn’t one of them. So, if your idea of liquid entertainment is a pitiful six-pack of Bud Lite, you might want to educate yourself in the language of liquor. (You can get drunk as part of this, but please wait until the end of the…

Leonora Epstein / April 14, 2009

Hot Outta The Oven: Peppercorn-Crusted Steak

Ask any man where he wants to go for his birthday and 98% of the time* he will answer “steak house.” Ask him today, and hopefully he’d have the good sense to utter, “Steak and a blow job please,” as today, March 14, is the unofficial reverse Valentine’s Day known as “Steak & Blow Jo…

TTB / March 14, 2009

Hot Outta The Oven: Class Up Your Super Bowl Menu

Alright, ladies, 7-layer dip and a case of Bud was a perfectly swell Super Bowl spread back when everyone crowded around the TV on your bean bag and futon. But now that you’ve upped your style (and upgraded your digs) why not kick up your menu a notch? Don’t worry, we’re not trading out chicke…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 31, 2009

Testes Delight: Have A Ball With These Recipes

As you’ve probably heard, seven people were poisoned in Japan eating blowfish this week. What part of the blowfish, you might ask? The testicles.

In some cultures, like China and Serbia, it’s believed that eating testicles increases sexual vigor due to the high levels of testosterone they hold. King Louis XV and his lover…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 30, 2009
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