Why eat multiple Chicken McNuggets when you can eat ONE Chicken McNugget that’s the size of a basketball? Making a giant McNugget is just common sense people. The only real question is do you make your nugget McDonald’s or Wendy’s style?
See how it was done in the video below. [click to continue…]
Food Network has gifted the world with a Sushi Brain recipe that will continue to impress even long after the Halloween season has ended.
The dish is built around a cream cheese-stuffed avocado which is covered with rice and salmon and accented with tobiko. Take a peek inside with the pic below. [click to continue…]
Just in time for Halloween and the release of Ghostbusters on Blu-ray and DVD comes a whole bunch of official recipes that use the neon green goodness of Hi-C Ecto Cooler as a main ingredient. We’re talking everything from cocktails to ice cream cake to slime-style fondue. Take a look at some pictures of these creations below. [click to continue…]
Spoilers for Stranger Things follow but, even if you haven’t seen it (why haven’t you seen it?), you probably know something about Barb’s fate. Thanks to Netflix, Barb fans can now taste that moment with a soup recipe that’s as savory as it is savage.
This is not justice for Barb, Netflix.
I can’t believe that it exists, but you can check out the French Onion Barb recipe below along with a Demogorgon pie recipe that would have had top billing under normal circumstances. [click to continue…]
My own feelings on licorice can be summed up by this comic, so one wave of these Harry Potter licorice wands have the power to make me feel gross. You can wield this power thanks to Rosanna Pansino—her Nerdy Nummies tutorial is available below. I have to admit, they do look pretty fantastic as wands. Not as food—wands. [click to continue…]
Jennifer Wold with Clever Wren Cakes & Sweets transformed chocolate chip cookies into the perfect Halloween treat. With a few sugar pearls and some almonds, she created cookie monsters that are definitely not big, blue and lovable. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Get Jake’s recipe for Bacon Pancakes, Princess Bubblegum’s recipe for Pink and Fluffy Cream Puffs, and other tasty treats from the land of Ooo in the official Adventure Time Cookbook.
The story goes that Finn discovered the remains of an old cookbook filled with dishes such as “lasagna” and “boiled eggs” in the Founders’ Island Library. He had a feeling it belonged to his mom at some point, but a lot of the pages had gone missing over the years. So Jake, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum, and some of your favorite citizens of Ooo added some recipes like Marceline’s Fries and the Everything Burrito to fill it out.
The book comes out on November 29th, but you can pre-order it now. If you have the unofficial Adventure Time Cookbook, you can compare and eat all the things! Take a peek at some of the recipes below. [click to continue…]
The following recipe was shared with us by a purveyor of awesome pies known as @thePieous:
From the depths of R’lyeh rises… a taste sensation!
Don’t have time to make a super fancy dessert for your next Necronomicon bookclub meeting? No worries – you can whip up these adorable little strawberry Cthulhu dessert toppers in less than five minutes and add them to any pre-made treat. See how it’s done in the recipe below. [click to continue…]
Chef J. Kenji Lopez-Alt is teaching the world how to make a version of the beloved McRib that wouldn’t be out of place on the menu of the world’s best restaurants.
Dubbed “Ribby McRibface” (ugh – of course) the creation is entirely scratch-made, meaning convenience will have to be sacrificed…nay, slaughtered in order to enjoy one on a regular basis. The bun alone, for instance, is smoked, glazed, ground, reformed, grilled, and glazed again. If that didn’t instantly put you off, you can check out the video recipe below. [click to continue…]
If you can’t get enough of Burger King’s new Cheetos Chicken Fries, YouTuber “Hellthy Junk Food” is going to force you to decide between quantity and convenience. Quality might also be an issue here, as the recipe below includes “a secret cheesy ingredient to make these Cheetos Chicken Fries, DANGEROUSLY CHEESIER than the version you’ll get at Burger King.” [click to continue…]