Tired of scouring through recipe sites trying to pick out a dinner, then trudging to the store only to find they’re out of one key ingredient? Give Blue Apron ($10/meal) a try. This handy service ships you the raw ingredients for three delicious meals each week; each meal is perfectly portioned, weighs in a 500-700 calories, and takes roughly 35 minutes to prepare. There are options available for both carnivores and vegetarians, so no matter what your lifestyle, there’s an option to match. Now they have to make a Kosher Version. Source:Blue Apron
When we lived in East Nashville what now seems like ages ago, every now and then, we’d stop by this Meat and Three right down the road from our house for some serious soul food. I always went in with an open mind to try something new on her menu, but when it came time to order, I’d inevitably cave and order the same thing with the same side – her wonderful fries. Thick, Texas-sized wedges of russet potatoes that were reverently lowered into hot oil and fried until they were nice and crispy on the outside and creamy and tender on the inside. My version is baked, not fried. And the results? Sensational. The perfect side for a juicy steak. Or a thick cheeseburger. Or with chicken nuggets. Or with fish sticks. Or by themselves, enthusiastically dunked in some spicy ketchup. Or in some ranch dressing. Or blue cheese dressing! Well, you get the picture.
If you know anything about me by now, you may have gathered that when it comes to holidays…I’m in it for the food!
Summer holidays are the best excuse to indulge in carnival fare and other American favorites–dogs, brats, burgers, and ribs are all king. With Independence Day just days away, I’ve had hot dogs on the brain. Enter the corn dog, a true-blue American creation born of state fair ingenuity.
Onion rings are a form of fast food commonly found in the United States but don’t mistaken these receipes for the trash that you get at your local fast food joint.
Schwartz Deli Style
Clipping Cook Style
Tossing a piece of popcorn into the air and catching it with your mouth is a time-honored snacking tradition. But what do you do when your hands are full and you’re hungry for a bite? The Popinator ($TBA) is here to help. Using binaural microphones, the Popinator listens for you to say the word “pop”, estimates your mouth’s position, and then fires a single piece off in that direction, letting you catch it with your mouth and continue on about your business. No word on when or if it might hit the market, but you can sign us up for one when it does. Source:Popinator
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It takes skill and patience to properly roast a dog over the fire. So when you’re perfectly done dog drops into the coals it’s rather sad. The design of these 34-inch long curly campfire forks will ensure that your weiner never falls into fire.
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Long has man yearned for the taste of a traditional grill without the need to go outdoors — and the element Indoor Smokeless BBQ ($225) promises to deliver. This unique cooking system uses a gas or electric stove element to heat a bed of lava rocks, creating the flavor of a traditional grill without the smoke or charcoal dust. Other features include a specific section for catching grease — making for easy cleanup — an adjustable grill height, and a removable handle.
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