BY Elle Brosh in Eat Me on Mar 08, 2014 |
Some people may roll their eyes at the thought of vegan cuisine, because they immediately think of these three things: The granola guy who brings his kitchen-sink salad in a mason jar to the office, or that friend who never wants to try new restaurants because there is no vegan option, or the Soul Cycle lady who is only a vegan for bogus dietary reasons. The vegan stereotype can assume many different forms, but at the end of the day, the rise of Veganism has ... Read More
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 Feb 08, 2014 |
A great cheese board is a harmony of textures and flavors, and though I have added expertise from my years as a cheesemonger at the legendary Murray’s in N.Y.C. (murrayscheese.com), any layperson can navigate the offerings at their local shop—just follow some simple guidelines.
Choose three, five, or seven different cheeses (odd numbers are more visually appealing) and buy between half an ounce and one ounce per person, depending on how hungry ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Feb 04, 2014 |
Growing up, I thought the only way to make hot chocolate was to pull a packet out of the box, add hot water (or milk), and stir. Making it “gourmet” meant adding marshmallows—the large ones, since my mom was too cheap to splurge on the mini kind. I only found out hot chocolate could be made another way by accident. After making myself sick gorging on Halloween candy, I decided to try another method of ingesting my bounty, so I melted a cut-up Hershey bar in ... Read More