BY Kari Belsheim in Eat Me on Feb 06, 2013 |
Do you ever feel sorry for that idle penis-shaped pan sitting in your pantry, desperately waiting for its next bachelorette extravaganza? Well, one woman has some creative ideas to keep you and your novelty cookware working together all year round. With help from Bachelorette.com, a crafty lady named Holly has come up with ten hilarious cakes you can make with a penis pan.
Home sweet home! Keep it rustic with this Farm Cake.
This UFO Cake is out of ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Feb 05, 2013 |
Vegetarian meat is a divisive issue. It gets crap from omnivores because it doesn’t taste like “the real thing,” and purists in the veggie camp often claim to be grossed out by the concept of soy masquerading as animal flesh. But for many compassionate cooks, vegan versions of burgers, chicken, and even seafood are lifesavers when the hankering for comfort food rears its hungry head – especially in wintertime.
Animal rights activists ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in Eat Me on Feb 01, 2013 |
...or any day, really. I never watch the Super Bowl, but if I did, I know I’d be eating a million cookies or potato chips out of the sheer boredom I’d experience. If I was watching, I’d need to get creative with my mini-meals. So for all you compulsive snackers out there (sports fan or no), here are some healthy snack recipes to try!
Spiced Chickpea Nuts
Drunk Ants on a Log
Chipotle Sweet Potato Rounds
Caesar Salad Spears
Hummus Cups with ... Read More
BY Amy Zimmerman in Eat Me on Feb 01, 2013 |
Independent testing has shown that a Burger King supplier in Ireland called Silvercrest has been stuffing its burgers with horse meat. Burger King commented, “Four samples recently taken from the Silvercrest plant have shown the presence of very small trace levels of equine DNA. This product was never sold to our restaurants.” Burger King alleges that they have terminated their partnership with Silvercrest, as Silvercrest promised them 100% British and ... Read More
BY Sarah Fonder in Eat Me on Jan 30, 2013 |
The AV Club might have the best community of any blog ever, which can quickly be seen in the fan-made masterpiece that just surfaced on their website. Commenter Captaindada's has made a perfect cookbook in To First Man, full of pop culture-inspired joke recipes you can actually cook! Much like the site's commenters, these recipes cut deep, like in the "Pizza House" recipe that you would assume is referencing House but is actually referencing our dorky queen Peggy ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in Eat Me on Jan 17, 2013 |
Vegans and vegetarians alike have been freaking out over quinoa for years now, and for good reason! It’s tasty and a great meat alternative, providing you with a ton of protein and other essential nutrients. And it’s low in fat! Everybody’s happy. Or so you might think.
Quinoa munchers might not know that the crop is a staple for countries like Peru and Bolivia. Due to its recent popularity, prices have skyrocketed over the past few years. Many ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Jan 03, 2013 |
Here in N.Y.C., the winter chill has come down hard on us this week, as if to rub it in everyone’s faces that the warm, toasty holidays are over and it’s time to face our frigid commutes again. When plunging wind-chills make me feel like my strength is being sapped, it’s tempting to turn to tea or soup as a pick-me-up. But this year, I discovered that a perfectly-chilled glass of green juice in the morning before I head out the door keeps me ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in Eat Me on Dec 28, 2012 |
If you’re still craving some sugar after all those Christmas cookies, we’ve found the perfect wintry recipe for any sweet tooth: eggnog pumpkin pie! Just when it couldn’t get more holiday-y. Being one of the biggest dessert-lovers that I know, I’ve dealt with my fair share of baking blogs. Sugar Plum is one of the best that I’ve found, as it provides a great variety of recipes but boasts a whopping 197 posts under the ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Dec 06, 2012 |
I always love Indian food, but winter is my absolute favorite time to eat curry. Maybe it’s because there’s a magical spice blend called garam masala often used in South Asian cooking that never fails to warm me from my tongue to my toes. There are a million different variations on this heady mixture of aromatic spices, but most include peppercorns, cloves, cinnamon, cumin, and cardamom. For a real flavor adventure, I recommend visiting your local ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in Eat Me on Nov 30, 2012 |
At the BUST Craftacular, all that shopping will make you hungry for a snack….and when it does, you’ll want to turn to Jessy’s Pastries. Jessy’s Pastries makes Peruvian pastries called alfajores as well as savory empanadas.Jessy Nahmias, the Jessy of Jessy’s Pastries, grew up in Lima, Peru and moved to New York City at the age of 17. She writes, “Along the way, just like any good pastry, a fusion of my Peruvian roots and my ... Read More