Recipes

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You may remember Linzey Rae as the woman who combined her talents for cooking and metalcore music into a Shepherd’s Pie recipe for metalheads. Now she’s back with a new video from Metal Kitchen that teaches us all how to make a colorful layered birthday cake and decorate for the occasion with streamers and hats – all belted out in the form of dark, pissed off, double bass-soaked metal music.

Watch it below.

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The team at ChefSteps believes that chef Thomas Keller created the most visually appealing example of ratatouille ever when he concocted a recipe for the Pixar movie of the same name (seen above).

They recently paid homage to the “confit byaldi” style of the dish by producing a video recipe that utilizes the same flavors, ingredients and assembly as the movie version. Check it out below.

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I have no doubt that many of you can make this Captain America cake complete with a flag in the middle without it being a disaster. Me, not so much.

See how it’s done after the break.

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Now you can Instagram a pic of the Instagram brownies you made.

On the most recent episode of Nerdy Nummies, Rosanna Pansino walks us through the process of making fun chocolate and peanut butter Instagram brownies. Check out the video below.

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Arizona-based Starbucks employee Tony Aguilar and his co-workers recently concocted several Valentine’s Day-themed drinks which were handed out to customers as free samples, and became instant hits.

The offerings included “The Valentine Frappuccino” which includes strawberries and cream with raspberry pumps, vanilla bean and blackberry topped with whipped cream; “The Love Bean Frappuccino”, which consists of vanilla bean with raspberry pumps topped with raspberry-infused whipped cream and chocolate curls, and “The Java Berry Frappuccino” which is a Java chip Frappuccino with raspberry-infused whipped cream.

Even though these aren’t officially available on the Starbucks menu, a company spokesperson noted that customers can tailor their drink to match their own personal taste preferences.

Take a closer look at the drink recipes in the gallery below.

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Newly minted food blogger “Through the Eyes of My Belly” got off to a good start by utilizing some of the Internet’s favorite food items (bacon, chocolate and booze) in a single recipe.

Her Bacon Shot Glasses were created by wrapping bacon strips around foil molds, baking them solid, coating the interior with chocolate and filling them with a mixture of milk and Kahlúa.

In order to further woo the web, she is offering a step by step that you can find here .

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You probably never thought that instructional cooking videos, a cat and cookie monster metal music would ever get together and hang out, but the weirdness of the Internet knows no bounds.

Linzey Rae of metalcore band The Anchor parodied The Ghost Inside to create the amazing Metal Kitchen video below.

As you’ll see, it is probably the most creative, entertaining and hilarious recipe video ever – and if it wasn’t for the subtitles, it also would have been the most unintelligible.

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Yeah, wonderful and horrible at the same time.

During a sauna brainstorming session (where the heat obviously affected their brains), Elie Ayrouth and his bro Matt came up with the idea of transforming an In-N-Out burger into a pie. The mission required a set of 4x4s which were added to the pie crust and formed into cubes for use as a filling (with a batter of beaten eggs and half-and-half cream to work as a binding agent).

See Also: The Entire In-N-Out Secret Menu in One Handy Image

The concoction was baked for 30 minutes, topped with slices of cheese, fries, more cheese, and grilled onions, then baked for another 10 minutes to achieve the desired gooey/crispy texture. After a final topping of In-N-Out spread, it was sliced and consumed. Presumably, nobody died.

See it come together in the video below.

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My baking skills are pretty much nonexistent, but I love BB-8 so much that I’d be willing to attempt these cake pops. Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies tweaked a previous cake pop recipe to create the adorable masterpieces you see here.

See Also: This BB-8 Cake Is Life-Sized!

Check out the video below to see how it was done.

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Paige Russell came up with a clever recipe for a snow globe cocktail (complete with tiny snowmen made from yogurt-covered raisins) and it honestly looks like the best holiday-themed cocktail I’ve ever seen.

If you’d like to make it on your own, Paige made an easy-to-follow video tutorial that you can watch below. I’m officially having snow globe cocktails at every holiday party I host from here on out.

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