Mardi Gras is crazy. Blame it on the King Cakes. Haydel Bakery makes these traditional Mardi Gras confections from an old Danish recipe that causes men to feel immune to the effects of booze and makes women eager to show off their rack. We can’t explain it and neither can the fine folks at Haydel’s. Maybe it’s voodoo.
Bourbon in the Sugar Shack is pretty common. For drinking. It is only the very rarest of recipes where the bourbon is actually added to the mix. This concoction from Noble blends just a kiss of whiskey to premium-grade Quebec maple syrup. Adds a little snap to the sweetness.
Chicken and dumplings. Old-fashioned grandma food, right? Wrong. It’s top-tier comfort food and if you make this meal for your date, watch out. If properly prepared, your lady friend will be forced to undo the top button of her pants after dinner. Imagine what dessert might do.
F—k the new diet. When your team is down by a few points and Sunday night will soon be Monday morning, you need a little relief, a little comfort for your sorry soul. Maybe piece of mind can be found in a marshmallow dipped in milk chocolate and sprinkled with a crust of beer & pretzel bits. Give it a try.
Made with aged, single malt Scotch, this caramel sauce from San Francisco artisan gourmet, Happy Goat, is all natural. If you’re wondering what a happy goat has to do with caramel sauce, let us tell you. The sauce has a rich, velvety texture because it’s made with goat milk.
Generally speaking, humanity can be divided into two categories: those who love bacon and everyone else. If you’re among the former, then your mouth is probably watering already. Yes, bacon chocolate peanut brittle is real. It’s a sweet & salty delicacy delivered in a handsome gift box.
Surely by this stage of your life you can fry an egg. Oh, you can? Good. Hopefully you can also operate the broiler in your oven. If you’re pretty confident with these two simple kitchen skills, you should have no problem making (and inhaling) this hot mess of a sandwich.
Even with an exotic dish, the actual cooking is the easy part. It’s creating the whole menu and hunting down all the tricky ingredients that’s the pain in the ass. Who has the time? Nobody. Except the gourmet gurus at Destination Dinners. Their recipe kits include all the spices and authentic goodies you need to make things like Korean barbecue or Jamaican jerked chicken. All you have to do is hit the market for the main ingredients.
We’ll presume you’ve already got skills with the grill and we’re gonna take a leap and assume you’ve had your meat rubbed before. Maybe even rubbed your own. Therefore, the only part of this recipe that is truly difficult is not making some crude high school joke about rubbing meat & sounding like a moron.