You could wrap buffalo chicken in anything—a piece of newspaper if you had to—and it would still be a tasty treat. So you’ll believe us when we tell you that instead of just eating it on pizza, you should also pack it in to your grilled cheese sandwich. Why not?
Bourbon goes with everything. Even food. And we’re not just talking about pairing your whiskey with the right cut of steak. Not exactly, anyway. Bourbon Barrel Foods makes a variety of bourbon-infused sauces, spices and rubs that incorporate the rich, sweet and smoky flavor of bourbon. Their smoked paprikas, peppers, salts and sauces like Kentuckyaki are real whistle-whetters.
You like to eat hot stuff? Cook with hot stuff? Check out Cooking With Napalm, a cookbook featuring 48 recipes from French, Thai, Indian, and Vietnamese cuisine that’ll show you how to properly prepare hella hot creations. Proper as in don’t melt your lips off unless you really want to.
If you know about Adam’s Steak Rub you won’t think twice about ordering up some of this new jerky flavored with his famous rub. And regardless of who this guy Adam is, do you really need convincing when it comes to gourmet jerky? Didn’t think so.
Here in SoCal, we love our fish tacos. Every last one of our beachside cities has its go-to spots where mouthwatering, fresh fish tacos can be scarfed 24/7, 365. But when you start making your own at home you’ve hit the next level. There’s no real mystery to it, just a few key ingredients and simple techniques. Figure it out, amigo.
The best hot sauces are made from simple ingredients, and this Hawaiian Adobo sauce is no exception. It’s made from just apple cider vinegar, jalapeños, garlic, and sea salt and that’s all it takes to spice up everything you eat. From island style pork and chicken adobo to burgers to bloody marys.
That annoying British chef with the stupid mop of blond hair loads his pancakes down with stuff like walnuts, organic kiwi, and carob chips, but who really eats that crap? Real men know that the measure of a good pancake is a fluffy consistency and the proper flip. We also know that butter, syrup and sausage are the only necessary accompaniments. So learn how to do it. Right here, right now. Scroll down the page for the recipe in English.
If every moment in the kitchen feels like you’re trapped in an episode of Chopped, try this simple recipe for the ever-popular chicken wing. These wings are meant to be sweet & spicy, and after a little spice-up, they just pop into the oven for a quick roast. Don’t worry, there are no mystery ingredients to deal with here.