Apples and dark chocolate This combination cannot be called traditional, yet it’s worth a try! The enzyme catechin, contained in apples, and the antioxidant quercetin can do wonders together by enhancing immunity, stimulating brain activity, improving the heart and blood vessels, and reducing the risk of cancer. 1 Oatmeal and freshly squeezed orange juice Oatmeal and orange juice are excellent sources […]
“It’s like you gave me a piece of salt, dipped it in vinegar and then made me lick it.”
An oil drum (barrel) and a bit of metal pipe is all you need to make a really simple but effective pizza oven. It may not look very fancy but it works well and it will cook a whole lot of pizza. Also, instead of waiting for days/weeks for your clay oven to dry enough […]
Irish people taste test southern food like Gizzards, Grits, Tater Tots & more.
From the East coast NY Coney to the West coast San Fran BLT dog, these Irish people try them all and let us know what they think of all American Hot Dog.
You don’t need a fancy pressure cooker or deep fryer to make these wonderful chicken wings. Just boil a pot of water and drop in the wings…set the timer for 14 minutes. Then set you up a stove top fryer and cook them till they are crispy. Fully cooked and slide off the bone wings […]
The only bolognese pasta in the world that is cooked in the wild forest near the river! Everything, including pasta itself, is made from scratch, with organic ingredients and free-range meat. To make the sauce special you need special tomatoes and we had just a few remaining from this season, extremely rare sort, organic-grown at […]
If you want to kick up your corn dog game, give this simple twist a try. INGREDIENTS 8 slices cheese 8 hot dogs 8 wooden skewers 1 cup flour mixed with one cup self rising corn meal 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 ½ cups milk 2 eggs Oil, for frying […]
Dave Canterbury shows us how to make some good grub while in survival mode.
I don’t really think pizza needs any more toppings beyond some sauce (preferably marinara) and some cheese (preferably mozzarella) but if you’re one of those weirdos who enjoys silly things on their pizza like cauliflower, grapes, potatoes, and shrimp, you’re gonna love this video where ten wacky pizzas get baked right in front of you. […]
It’s a little bit surprising that humans took so dang long to invent the sandwich. We’d had bread, meat, and cheese for eons, but it wasn’t until 1762, when the degenerate gambler John Montague, the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, decided that he wanted to have a handheld dinner (so that he could gamble with the […]
This is a really special pasta, unlike any other that you have ever seen before or will ever see! Behold the first ever carbonara that is cooked in the wild forest near the beautiful lake! Everything, including pasta is made from scratch, using homemade organic ingredients. Enjoy!
We made the dip bowl with refrigerated Pillsbury French bread dough (which, in case you’re not familiar with, also goes by the name of Carb Crack; it has an addictive subtle sweetness and spot-on fluffiness). We filled the football with this totally delish Kale-Artichoke Dip, which is basically everything you love about spinach-artichoke dip, only […]
Stephanie Potakis, casting director at The Onion, hasn’t consumed meats since fourth grade. So we took her to a steakhouse in Chicago and fed her expensive meats.
Complimented with a raw broccoli slaw and crushed cheesy potatoes, this is an incredible dish for parties. Slow cooking the pork keeps it juicy and helps it just melt in your mouth. Delicious.
CAST IRON COOKWARE IS A CLASSIC. PRIZED FOR ITS DURABILITY, EVEN HEATING, AND WHEN PROPERLY SEASONED, NONSTICK PROPERTIES. BUT THE CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF CAST IRON INTIMIDATES MANY WOULD-BE OWNERS. THE TASTY KITCHEN TAKES THE GUESSWORK OUT OF KEEPING CAST IRON IN TIPTOP SHAPE, SHOWING YOU HOW TO PROPERLY CLEAN AND SEASON THE BEST COOKWARE […]