BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Sep 19, 2012 |
Forget tasteless tofu dogs: this collection of plant-based recipes proves backyard barbeques need not be dominated by meat. Better yet, the ingredients here are found at any grocery store—no specialty vegan pantry required—and the recipes are so simple it’s easy to make several courses on a single grill.
At a recent barbecue, friends devoured the scrumptious slip-n-sliders, garbanzo-bean-based burgers flavored with spices and soy sauce. ... Read More
BY Intern Scarlet in Eat Me on Sep 19, 2012 |
Warning: this post has nothing to do with women. However, if you are a woman who likes free donuts this post has everything to do with you.
Today, as I'm sure you already know, is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Krispy Kreme is celebrating by offering a free glazed donut to anyone who shows up at Krispy Kreme and talks like a pirate, and a dozen free donuts to anyone who shows up dressed as a pirate.
That’s all. As you ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Sep 18, 2012 |
New York City-based People’s Pops specializes in icy treats made from locally grown fruits and organic sugar. Started by friends in 2008, the business became an instant success, and looking over these 55 recipes and drool-worthy photos explains why. Divided by season, the pops and shaved ice include the regular cast of flavors as well as surprises like cucumber, elderflower, and tequila. Not a single recipe lists more than five ingredients, and the ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Sep 17, 2012 |
Want to make healthy, pizzazz-packed meals, but you're strapped for time? Look no further than this practical, innovative guide by Indian-American chef Ruta Kahate.
Even if you only have the most basic of kitchen skills, you can make Indian staples in around 30 minutes or less. Just stock your spice shelf with a few basic seasonings like cumin powder and curry leaves, and follow Kahate's straightforward, step-by-step instructions. Who knew making your own ... Read More
BY debbie in Eat Me on Aug 27, 2012 |
We all have 'em: that thing we cook when we don't want to think about cooking; our favorite home-cooked dinner that's quick and easy, but a few steps above a bowl of cereal or peanut-butter-and-jelly-sandwich for dinner.
When I was a kid, my mom hated cooking and my dad had very strict restrictions on what he wanted to eat. That meant we basically ate the same 7 dinners, in rotation, week after week. Sunday was always steak; Friday was always roast chicken. In ... Read More