Cooking With Cereal

While searching for more info on new additions to the Pebbles franchise (next week), I encountered a section on Post’s website dedicated to eating their cereals with more utensils than just a spoon. There’s recipes for Crunchy Stuffed French Toast (using Banana Nut Crunch, above), Savory Meatloaf (using Shredded Wheat), Crunchy Chicken Dippers (using Honey Bunches of Oats), and many more.  Get fed.

Deep Fried Chicken & Waffles

Eggo waffles and frozen chicken patties combine for a daring meal that should accompany any hungover morning where you can spend the day in bed. This guy at Freezer Burns is my new culinary idol. (video after jump)

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Get Ready for Drool

Bacon Wrapped Prawns, Stuffed with Jalapeno Cream Cheese and Drenched with Tupelo Honey

Recipe from He Cooks She Cooks below:

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Savoury Broccoli Cakes

These look delicious.

Recipe from Kitchenist on Etsy

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The Outdoor Kitchen by Studiomama

One of the best things about this design is that you can download a pdf to make your own.

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Fresh Homemade Sriracha

Put this on a list of things to make at home when you’re feeling homely.

From Food 52:

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Vegetarian Food Porn

fresh365 is a site dedicated to gorgeous images of food and a collection of vegetarian recipes. For example, the Baked Summer Tomatoes (above) look delicious, and we’ve included the recipe after the jump.

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Deep Fried Cheesecake

There is a god today, and her name happens to be Paula Deen.  I can’t think of anything else I want more for lunch than a slice of deep fried cheesecake with some ice cream…and a shot of Jameson. (video and recipe after the jump)

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The Looftlighter

The BBQ game has changed. By utilizing hot air, the Swedish-designed Looftlighter reaches temperatures in excess of 1000º Fahrenheit, and can start a fire in as little as 15 seconds. If this thing can go wireless, it will make matches and lighter fluid obsolete while also simultaneously becoming the weapon of choice for pyros.

Available through Thinkgeek for $79.99

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The I Hate to Cook Book: 50th Anniversary Edition

Buy it here

How to Scale and Gut a Fish

Something you should probably learn just in case you ever want to man up.

Directions here and a filleting video after the jump.

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Reverse Whoopie Pies

I would make these just for a food fight.

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A nice kitchen accessory

If you have to wear an apron in the kitchen, this is the one.

I like the simple natural unbleached cotton with iconography.

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Eva Solo Table Top Grill

While in no way new to the market, this table grill from eva solo is a sleek, designy alternative if you want to get your Yuppie Barbecue on.

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Drooling as I type this

Deep-Fried Eggs with Sriracha Remoulade

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Cookin’ for Scratch: Lamb Stew

On top of waxin’ recipes and cooking, Gerry Mak plays in the band Bloody Panda.

I made lamb stew.
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Baking with Will Cotton and Andy Spade

Makin’ Macaroons. Video after the jump.

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Cookin’ for Scratch: Roasted Whole Rockfish with Sautéed French Beans and Watercress Porcini Mushroom Soup

On top of waxin’ recipes and cooking, Gerry Mak plays in the band Bloody Panda.

Some cooking methods are reserved for hipster foodies, while others are only for the working masses. Braising is the domain of McSweeney’s-reading elites, whereas Joe Six-Pack prefers boiling.  You have a subscription to the New Yorker?  Let your cleaning lady fry her onions while you sauté yours.  The way you apply heat to your food denotes class and privilege.  Do you know the difference between baking and roasting?  More often than not, roasting refers to cooking something in the oven at a higher temperature than baking, but then there’s slow roasting, which calls for temperatures lower than you would use to bake bread.  The confusion in terms stems from the changes that occurred in cooking with the advent of the home oven/stove top setup we’re used to these days.  In any case, if you’ve got a piece of meat in the oven, just tell people you’re roasting it, and they will know that you went to an Ivy League.

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How to Fry a Snickers Bar

Yum

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