Buffalo Chicken Dip

Wow, this exists.  Not even sure if wings are necessary anymore if you have a bowl of Buffalo Chicken Dip in front of you.  The recipe comes from Brown Eyed Baker, who has a great line-up of Super Bowl eats this week.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Yield: About 12 servings

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Amish Raw Milk Smugglers

Never knew there was a market for this.

Read about it and watch a video at The Daily

Burger Bean Bag Chair

Good enough to eat a burger on.

Available through Woouf

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Love…Veggie Love


Way to go Peta!

via, buzzfeed

Jail Recipes

Kinda sad there was only one episode of this. Thirstin Howl The 3rd aka Chef Survival Kit shows you how to make PULPO & CALAMARES IN RICE.
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Story of My Life

Learning to Cook

via, Laughing Squid

Le Whaf

Forget about eating, and chewing your food. The future is inhaling.

More at the Daily Mail

Old Bay Wings

Wing Week at Serious Eats is a thing of beauty.  5 different mouth-watering recipes, including these Old Bay Wings. Yum.

Old Bay Wings

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Taco Flavored Doritos

They just taste better in this limited-edition packaging.  Did you know that the word “dorito” means “little gold” in Spanish?

Beer Can Chicken Cooker

So necessary.

on sale at Cabela’s ($6.99 – $12.49)

Homemade Kit Kat Bars

Serious Eats adapted Paula Deen’s recipe for Homemade Kit Kat Bars, and dangerously, they are pretty easy to make.

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Want/Need

Pee-wee Herman Portrait Plate

The Most Effective Hangover Cure Ever

Coffee and Aspirin. Thanks Science!

If interested, you can peep the Anatomy of a Hangover here.

via, The Telegraph

Saturday’s Breakfast

Croque-Madame

The mouth watering website The Meaning of Pie puts together a nice how-to on creating this delicious beast.

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Morning Dose of The Leidenfrost Effect

Leidenfrost effect – “When a drop of liq­uid first con­tacts a sur­face that is much hot­ter than water’s boil­ing point, an extremely thin layer of vapor forms under the drop. This layer of vapor sus­pends the drop slightly above the sur­face, cre­at­ing the hov­er­ing effect. The vapor also acts as an insu­la­tion layer between the sur­face and liq­uid, keep­ing the liq­uid from rapidly boil­ing away.”

See it in action at 3,000 frames per sec­ond.

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Fortunato No. 4

Anything that can be described as a “high-butterfat chocolate” must be delicious. Plus, peep the supply chain “Once harvested, the beans are transported first by foot, then by burro & motorcycle, & finally by all-terrain vehicle for quality post-harvest processing.” Impressive.

NY Times has a story about a great discovery of rare, pure Nacional cacao beans in a mountain valley of Marañón River in northern Peru.

You can buy the chocolate exclusively in the US at Moonstruck.

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Macaroni & Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Bacon

This creation will be made at home.

Like a Sandwich Bluetooth

The Hands Free Sandwich Holder

via, the whoa!

Picture of the Day

Napkins at a Tom Sachs Party.

via, Art, Yo…

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