The Frisky staff will stop bragging about our road trip to Maine this weekend soon, but not today. No, today I am going to teach you everything that I know about selecting, boiling, and eating lobsters in your very own home. Keep reading »
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 super simple and delicious toast — crostini if you’re nasty — recipes.
Are you going to a BBQ this weekend? Yep, so are we, which is why we rounded up 10 mouthwatering recipes just for the occasion. Whether you’re the grillmaster (we bow down to you!) or have been tasked with bringing a side dish, these BBQ classics — from beer braised chicken sliders to loaded baked potato salad — will not disappoint! Click through to check ‘em out…
Winona: So Ami, I had this thought while I was making dinner last night. I really want to teach you to cook.
Ami: I would love that.
Winona: Because you hate cooking right?
Ami: I just don’t get it. I’m impatient and hate doing things I’m bad at.
Winona: As a perfectionist oldest child, I feel you, girl.
Ami: Plus, in my house growing up, no one cooked. Like nothing. It was cereal for dinner. I can cook eggs and chicken. That’s it. Keep reading »
Most of my childhood food memories revolve around my dad’s horrifying culinary inventions (pizza pork chop alfredo omelet, anyone?), which, despite years of therapy, have proven impossible to forget. My mom didn’t cook much, but she did used to make a big batch of Rice Krispie treats a couple times a month, which I remember with sticky-fingered fondness. I’m not sure I’ve ever made Rice Krispie treats as an adult, but hey, there’s no time like the present! Click through to check out 10 mouthwatering variations of this classic childhood treat, including some very grown-up flavors like dulce de leche and dark chocolate Guinness (!) …
In many parts of the country, it’s the sweetest time of year: strawberry season! Nick and I have been taking advantage of the super short Tennessee strawberry season (I think it ends, like, tomorrow) by whipping up big batches of strawberry jam, scones, and cookies. Looking for some delicious new ways to use your berry bounty? Click on the gallery for 10 strawberry recipes — from cupcakes to salads to popsicles — guaranteed to make your summer snacking little sweeter!
As the summer temperatures slowly climb to their sweltering highs, you can’t beat a cool glass of lemonade or iced tea. Want to add some new flavors to your summer beverage roster? Grab some ice cubes and a Pinterest-approved mason jar and click through for 10 refreshing recipes!
If you are like me, this past week has been filled with anticipation for the return of “Arrested Development” on Netflix. So why not actually feed your craving for the Bluth family? No, I don’t mean gnaw off Buster’s other hand like a seal. I mean head over to the Brooklyn restaurant Three Letters for ”Final Countdown: Arrested Development Tasting Menu,” featuring all of your favorites from show: tuna plates or platters, cornballs, club sauce, and yes, even a dish inspired by Lindsay’s hot ham water. Keep reading »
Find out how to make Paleo Stuffed Avocados with Cilantro Cream Sauce, Baked Avocado Fries, Chimichurri Avocado Toasts and Fudgy Gluten Free Chocolate & Avocado Cake over at theBERRY…
Is there a more classic flavor combination than peanut butter and jelly? I don’t think so. There’s no reason to limit these culinary soulmates to a life trapped between two pieces of bread: peanut and butter and jelly can take so many different (and delicious) forms. From ice cream to cupcakes to macarons, click on the gallery to check out eight innovative ways to eat PB & J!