A video on how to make white queso and nachos. Three Little Pigs Nachos, that is. Pork rinds, bacon and pulled pork.Continue Reading →
Take nachos to a ridiculous food porn level with Three Little Pig Nachos. That’s bacon, pulled pork, & pork rind nachos, covered in white queso sauce and jalapeños.Continue Reading →
Super Bowl snickers stuffed strawberries, filled with caramel, peanuts, and nougat. Dip in chocolate, or decorate to look like football fields!Continue Reading →
A soft, beer fudge with a hint of maple. Topped with salty popcorn for the ultimate tailgating treat. Make for football, sports, father’s day, Oktoberfest, and Saint Patrick’s Day.Continue Reading →
I was watching the Lorax the other day, and just loved how everything towers over the characters. As though everything is a leaning tower of madness, waiting to topple down.
Rather than trees and buildings, why not make […]Continue Reading →
Well, football season is almost over. It was a struggle keeping up with the home team considering they now play on the other side of the country from me. I refused to purchase the NFL package after wasting a pretty penny on the MLB package (I’m still waiting for the Red Sox to reimburse me, damn […]Continue Reading →
Playoff season is here. The only thing that excites me slightly more than my team making it to the post-season is the food that accompanies it.
It just so happens that Crock-Pot® came out with a new line of slow cookers. This theme is particularly appropriate:
How cool is that? Well, mine […]Continue Reading →
Yes, I am either on crack or completely mad. Don’t guess which one. Let’s just say I spent my weekend taking driving lessons from Amanda Bynes, to give you an idea of the state of my mind. Oh you didn’t know? Psychosis is the new black.
I don’t know what came over me. Perhaps it was […]Continue Reading →
If you don’t know me by now (shame on you), then you should know I was born and (mostly) raised in Boston. I have to admit that I am first and foremost a 100 % die-hard Red Sox fan. I watched them when I was younger and they were struggling, watched them when they finally […]Continue Reading →