BY Andrea Stopa in Eat Me on Mar 04, 2014 |
If you don't know Alex Guarnaschelli, or you do but never knew that was how to spell her name, let's take a minute to appreciate this deeply passionate foodie. Guarnaschelli is (in my humble and totally love-struck opinion) the greatest lady chef on food television, and believe me, I have watched a lot of food television.
Just watch this video: She talks about food like none other. Seriously, every time she opens her mouth about food she is ... Read More
BY Michelle Beiter in Eat Me on Feb 24, 2014 |
(An actual photo of me after this weekend, wonky eyes included.)
We need to talk about Sally’s Baking Addiction. If you haven’t heard about her fabulous food blog, all you need to know is that it’s a treasure trove of recipes that will make your life a little better. Why? Because Sally McKenney is a genius, and everything, and I DO mean everything is delicious, and as far as I’ve tried, all the recipes leave nothing to be desired.
As a ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Jan 23, 2014 |
Get down with a delicious and super-easy festive shindig that revolves around our favorite C-word
Want to host a holiday gathering but don’t want to stress over constructing tiny quiches, cutting up pounds of crudités, or buying a crap-ton of gifts? Here’s a party that involves minimal effort, costs hardly anything, and lets everybody go home with goodies: a cookie swap. All you have to do is make a couple dozen cookies and tell each guest to do ... Read More
BY Andrea Stopa in Eat Me on Jan 14, 2014 |
Possibly the most adorable scientist of all time (not an exaggeration), tiny Elise wanted to grow some vines on potatoes, and ended up with a foolproof pro-organic argument instead. And her video is way more enjoyable than Food Inc.Watch as she tells us why "wimpy little vines" from sweet potatoes are totally lame, and organic food is where it's at. The adorable is greatly increased by the fact that she did the experiment with her Grandma. Who needs ... Read More
BY Laurie in Eat Me on Jan 08, 2014 |
Well if there is one positive outcome out of this whole Polar Vortex thing, it’s that I’ve perfected a recipe for a delicious Rum Hot Toddy. It is the perfect night cap for a chilly evening. It's not too boozy and has no caffeine, so you can easily fall asleep and dream of coconut trees and beaches. I’m not a fan of whiskey, which is more traditional for a toddy, so of course you can substitute that or brandy for the rum, but this Kraken spiced ... Read More
It’s finally time for the 8th annual BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular & Food Fair! It’s all goin’ down this weekend, December 14th and 15th, from 10 AM to 7 PM. Head to the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street, one of the most in-demand event locations in Manhattan, with high-ceilings and easy train access right in the heart of Chelsea!
This year, we have some truly amazing vendors and ... Read More
FattyCakesNY is truly a New York gem if we ever saw one! Founder Jennifer Taylor-Miller started experimenting with baking back in 2009, when she worked in children’s media. Before she knew it, her co-workers were begging her for bites of her insanely delicious baked goods, which often included unexpected ingredients like candy or popcorn! Four years later, FattyCakesNY is the city’s go-to for unique and sweet experiences. We could not be more ... Read More
In Alabama it's illegal to have an ice cream cone in your pocket at all times
The critic Susan Sontag wrote that photography, like no other medium, has the power to condemn or implicate. Crime scene images evidence wrongdoings; we take photographs as proof of something illicit. In her series I Fought the Law, young photographer Olivia Locher cleverly subverts what we think of when we think of crime and bad behavior.
Scouring the nation for absurd ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Nov 06, 2013 |
Bread and mustard: there’s a 99 percent chance you’ve got ‘em in your kitchen right now. But have you ever thought about DIY-ing these fundamentals? It’s crazy easy, so much more fun than choosing store-bought versions, and your homemade creations will taste vastly fresher. Plus, tweaking the recipes to your specifications means you can have it your way, for real, so crack open your cabinets, and get down to bidness.
No-Knead Dutch Oven ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Nov 04, 2013 |
Roasted pumpkin is one of the best fall foods, and it comes alive when smothered in chimichurri, an Argentinian sauce usually reserved for steak. Chimichurri is similar to pesto in that it’s full of fresh puréed herbs; this version combines parsley and cilantro with pepitas and a healthy dose of red wine vinegar for a thick, nutty sauce with a serious hit of acidity. The contrast of the sweet autumnal pumpkin with the intensely herbal chimichurri is ... Read More