Personal chef on your kitchen counter

There is no end to the amount of culinary information available on the Internet. However, if you don’t keep your laptop in the kitchen, chances are it does little good. Sure you could print out content (gasp!) and follow along, but that doesn’t help much when it comes to video tutorials.

Spooky gingerbread house is a home for candy corn

As far as gingerbread houses go, Halloween seems like the perfect holiday for them. Candy flows freely during this time of year, a happenstance that offers mounds of sugary treats just waiting to be converted into building supplies. Alas, the fat man in the red suit has usurped this logical practice, turning gingerbread houses everywhere… Continue reading Spooky gingerbread house is a home for candy corn

Ninety million cans can’t be wrong

I want to want this cookbook, I really do. With 90 million cans of SPAM sold each year in the United States, there has to be something to the canned meat. After watching Anthony Bourdain explore the possibilities lurking in the ubiquitous blue can in Hawaii, I should get this cookbook. However, Hawaii being populated… Continue reading Ninety million cans can’t be wrong

Eat it or wear it (don’t eat it)

Not all cookbooks are meant for cooking up delicious food. Sometimes, they cook up delicious jewelry. While you won’t actually want to eat any of the creations you cook up with The Polymer Clay Cookbook, that doesn’t mean they won’t look good enough to eat. Using a step-by-step method, authors Jessica and Susan Partain guide… Continue reading Eat it or wear it (don’t eat it)

Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit

If there is one thing that there can never be too much of it’s types of hot sauce. Each and every one has its own perfect use. From Sirracha on noodles and rice dishes to Tapatío on all foods Mexican, hot sauce is the essential condiment that completes the meal. From vinegar based recipes to… Continue reading Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit