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.
Don’t think of this as giving up. When you’re lying there in your post-pizza, starch induced coma, think positively. Since it’s frozen, it could’ve also come with ice cream or microwaveable hot wings (oh wait, they make that too). Then they’d have to call it Heart Attack In A Box and you wouldn’t go for that. Would you?
Cooking at home doesn’t mean your dinner has to be healthy. In fact, it doesn’t even have to feel like cooking. When you’re working with boiling oil, it feels more like a science project. Drop anything edible in there and it’s gonna come out tasty. Put on your safety glasses.
Beer candy?! Yes! Perfect for the movies, driving, job interviews - any place where knocking back a brewski would be fun, but might be seen as poorly timed or inappropriate. Just sneak a few beer candies in and get loose, right? Then we learned they don’t give you a buzz. Buzzkill. They do however blend the subtle flavors of craft beers like India pale ales & lagers with caramel & savory chocolate. Not as good as a beer buzz … but delicious in a different way.
Offering to take her out for pizza will score you no points for originality or sophistication. But there’s hope. You can still entice her with the world’s most perfect food, but you’ll have to make it yourself. Chef time. Play your cards right and you might even be making “breakfast pizza.” Now pay attention.
Done properly, there is nothing green, leafy or particularly healthy about a Sloppy Joe. It’s all about meat and bread – and of course, the spicy sauce that glues it all together. When you’re looking down at a plate of Sloppy Joes, you know you’re filling up. But if you’re making them for your date, maybe a little side salad is a good idea.
Some things are just meant to go together. Tender Kobe beef and rich Cabernet wine is a culinary match made in heaven. Now you devoted foodies can join an exclusive club that offers both. Treat your palate to bold Cabernets from Signorello Estates, a boutique Napa Valley vineyard and succulent American-style Kobe beef from Idaho’s Snake River Farms. This gourmet Kobe & Cabernet combo will be shipped overnight right to your door.
Whether you’re a bachelor on a steady diet of takeout or a healthy husband who eats all the veggies the wife slides your way, you should know about Tony’s. If you’ll eat anything as long as it’s spicy, this classic mix of Creole/Cajun spice will put a snap in your carrots and anything else that comes across your dinner table: chicken, fish, soup, whatever. Spice it up.
Seminal New York punk pioneers The Ramones had a patented recipe for their songs: A 3-chord riff with a 4/4 beat. And this simple recipe has had fans eating up their records for over 30 years. But because there’s no punk-rock pension, drummer Marky Ramone is now working on another recipe. This one is called Brooklyn’s Own pasta sauce.