Wintertime is soup season. And honestly, you can do better than pouring yours out of a can. Loaded with sausage, beans, and vegetables, this recipe is heartier than you thought soup could be & actually much easier to make than you think.
She won’t be bummed when she gets a hall pass on game day while you hang out swilling beers with the boys. And you guys won’t be bummed either if Pop-Up Pantry delivers this ready-made Game Day Feast for 8 by kickoff time. Tackle stuff like beef chili, turkey meatloaf sliders, bacon-pecan pie & various other manly menu items.
The adult treats we like most usually cause impairment of some kind. But unless you think a little Cajun spice might mess you up, you can eat these Tabasco-flavored jelly beans and still drive yourself home.
Here’s a Torani syrup you’re not likely to get pumped into your Starbucks latté but their Chicken ‘N Waffles flavored syrup might taste quite good drizzled on your buttered biscuits or actual chicken ‘n waffles. Who knows, your pregnant wife might even want to do some shots of it.
As classic junkfood snacks like Twinkies and Ding Dongs—unchanged for generations—slide into obscurity in the age of energy drinks, it’s cool to see the old-timey Cracker Jacks get a marketing makeover. The update to Cracker Jack’d includes a hefty dose of caffeine to spice up new flavors like Spicy Pizzeria, Cheddar BBQ, & Cocoa Java. That’s right, caffeine Cracker Jacks. How’s that for a prize?
What the hell is a Zagat anyway? When it comes to reliable restaurant recommendations, rankings by anonymous experts are as useless as Yelp. To guide you to the goods, this book applies the expertise of master chefs. From bargains to fine dining, 400 of the world’s best, like Heston Blumenthal, René Redzepi and David Chang will show you where to go.
In reading his books, it’s obvious Hemingway was a lover of food and drink but it’s hard to imagine he put down the pen in the middle of For Whom The Bell Tolls to jot down recipes. Fact is, he didn’t. This book of 125 recipes is assembled from old Hemingway’s haunts, period cookbooks and “other sources” but includes passages from his works as well as family photos, etc.