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
BY Eloise Giegerich in Eat Me on Oct 22, 2013 |
Fall is the best time of year because you can experiment with all the pumpkin flavored drinks in the world without feeling judged. (But even if you are judged, WHO CARES!) Here are 10 fabulously yummy recipes to get you started:
1. Spiced Pumpkin Eggnog: ALL DAY, ERRYDAY (sorry).
2. Pumpkin Pie Martini: #blessed
3. Smashing Pumpkin because, lol PUNS.
4. Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshake: I will only be drinking this from now ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in Eat Me on Oct 21, 2013 |
Forget all that pumpkin spice crap, apples will forever be the queen of fall flavors. We've compiled the best apple recipes that are small on time and effort, but huge on deliciousness. So get your chop/cook/simmer on!
1.) ApplesauceApplesauce is glorious on its own, but I suggest you make a huge batch and use it in all of your fall cooking! As a glaze, a dip, a batter--I'm not kidding, applesauce is the Master of Disguise of the food world.
There's ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Oct 09, 2013 |
Of all the glorious corn-based creations on Earth, tamales—steamed cornmeal cakes filled with protein or vegetables—are my fave to eat. Though they take forever to make, you can whip up a few dozen of these at once, freeze them, then reheat as you want to eat them.
Makes: 3 dozen tamales
Total Time: 7 hours for pork, 3 hours for vegetarian
You’ll need a slew of cornhusks, a steamer, and plenty of time. Buy the dry husks from a Mexican ... Read More