(NSFW: Language) Food Network’s Sandra Lee is 70% professional and 30% aggravated as she swears and gropes her way through a show taping in these outtakes from Semi-Homemade Cooking.
Stay neat when you eat anywhere you are with MYdrap’s limited-use cotton napkins and placemats in perforated roll form. They’re washable up to 6 times, and are recyclable and biodegradable.
This will surely be your favorite kitchen appliance. It mixes, shapes and cooks batches of 30 donuts, with the first one out in 90 seconds. Watch and drool as the donuts go from the slide to the bin.
You don’t need a microwave or sandwich grill to make delicious hot sandwiches. All you need is a plain ol’ toaster and Toastabags. They’re reusable up to 50 times and are dishwasher-friendly.
Forget about forks, knives and tongs. This is what men use to deal with meat. Use Bear Paws to lift, carve, slice or shred meat of any kind. Its handles stay cool so your own paws won’t get burned.
By interviewing 80 people from 30 different countries about their eating habits, Faith D’Aluisio and Peter Menzel were able to compile this tasty portrait of food and culture from around the globe.
Milton Crawford’s cookbook breaks hangovers into six tidy categories of hurt, offering recipes and activities for snapping out of each type of morning fog the day after you get your drink on.
Foodies with palettes that like a balance of spicy and sweet might like Mike’s Hot Honey, handcrafted in Brooklyn in small batches and spiked with vinegar and chiles to give it some heat.
Epicmealtime protein-loads with the most insane breakfast sandwich ever. We still can’t believe any drive-thru can meet their demands. We can rarely get a single Egg McMuffin without a wait.
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