Cocktails Inspired by Evolutionary Stages of Pokémon The sophisticated Pokémon trainer demands a beverage that will meet the needs of his or her discerning palate. The Pokémon cocktails developed by the author(s) of the Drunken Moogle blog do just that, with a series that include three separate drinks inspired by each of the evolutionary stages of various pocket monsters. Each series begins with a shot, moves on to a midsize drink served in a tumbler, and then a highball-sized cocktail. It’s notable that each drink builds on the previous, so the Charmeleon contains the ingredients from the Charizard, and so on. The Charmander series looks particularly interesting, partly because it uses the truly excellent Fireball cinnamon whiskey, but also because you can light them on fire. Read on below to get the recipes for this and other intriguing Pokémon cocktails, but remember: Pokémon masters always drink responsibly. (The Drunken Moogle via Geekologie)
24 exotic ways to eat a hot dog Today we are celebrating our freedom, and as we know, with freedom comes options, with options comes choices, and with choices comes serious indigestion. Keeping that in mind, here are 24 ways to eat America’s favorite 4th of July snack—one for each hour of the day. 1. On a pizza ( The Snack Pot ) 2. ( Pink Stripes ) 3. ( Food Family Finds ) 4. ( Good Food Stories ) 5. ( Serious Eats ) 6. ( Woman’s Day ) 7. ( Healthy College Girl ) 8. ( Rice Cake Confessional ) 9. ( Doctor Mobiles ) 10. ( Hot dog profits ) 11. 12. ( The Kitchen ) 13. 14. ( Adventures in bbsitting ) 15. ( I’m Wheatless ) 16. 17. ( Food Beast ) 18. ( Baby Banter ) 19. ( Colleen’s Recipes ) 20. ( Follow Me Foodie ) 21. ( Do Not Eat This ) 22. ( The Food in My Beard ) 23. ( A Nutritionist Eats ) 24. ( Chow )
Chocolate Guinness Goodness Recipe at Epicurious Editor's note: This recipe was developed by Shane Philip Coffey, the chef at Alias restaurant on New York City's Lower East Side. This rich and luscious dessert came about because I needed a special dessert for a St. Patrick's Day tasting menu. I was on a mission to use my favorite beer, Guinness, something I consider to be one of Ireland's gifts to the world. As the 17th of March drew closer, I looked for inspiration at my favorite Irish pub in Manhattan. Make the effort to find a good dark chocolate (about 70 to 72 percent cacao).
Green Mac and Cheese Mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort meal for Mandi and me. We make it when it has been a rough day, or on a Sunday night to relax. It is very easy to make, super addicting when you eat it, and the best thing is there are always leftovers to bring in to work for lunch. We wanted to make some a few days ago so I looked at the site to see what Mac and cheeses I have done on here to make sure we made something different I would be able to post. I was surprised to find only 2 (full) mac and cheese recipes! We brainstormed this one over email in the afternoon and feasted on its amazingness that night. Pretty basil flower. We are using the tops of broccoli in this meal, but don't toss out that beautiful stalk! This is some sausage I had in the freezer. A food processor would be better, but I was able to blend this up well after a few times of shutting it off and pressing everything down. Everything ready to go. Onions, Broc-stalk, salt, pepper, cayenne. Meanwhile, Mandi made some breadcrumbs.
Cocktails - Information is Beautiful 75+ classic cocktail recipes from the International Bartender’s Association’s list of drinks every bartender should know. Forget old-school measures like ml and oz. We’ve calculated our own universal metric. One of any ingredient represents one part of any measuring vessel you choose: cup, spoon, lid, shoe, whatever – it’s your party! These universal recipes scale up for any level of mayhem. Enjoy! » Follow us on Email | Twitter | Facebook » See the data: bit.ly/KIB_cocktails » See more of our visualizations » Check out our beautiful data-visualization books Taken from the infographic mega-tome, Knowledge is Beautiful. We are an independent collective of professional researchers, data journalists and designers dedicating to visualising solid data, great information and mind-expanding knowledge.
Hiram Abiff, the True King of Egypt,1554BC The Nag Hammidi Scrolls and The Dead Sea Scrolls are another example of a treasure trove of the writings of the disciples in the 1st century AD. Dismissed by the church as heresy, they reveal a great deal of the 'spiritual' insight of the early Christians. We also have documentation of when rulers like Alexander changed history and tried to preserve everything he found in Egypt instead of trying to destroy it like the Romans did. He found what we now call the 'Emerald Tablets of Thoth' . These are a record of the words of the so-called mythical 'wisdom' God of Egypt recorded some time before 10,000 BC. In addition to this, there is a record stating that the Great Pyramid was never meant to be a burial chamber for any pharaoh but current Egyptian Authorities who are Muslim will not concede that the Egyptian culture is far older that any other culture on Earth except one. The emphasis of this site is to explore the origins of Masonry. It Begins with Knowledge: The Legacy of the Templars
Garlicky Baked Fries I’m never going to make garlic potato fries any other way. These garlic fries, win hands down as the best garlic french fries I’ve ever made. Plus they are baked – so I won’t feel too guilty if I make it every time I’m craving for some potato comfort. When I read that there is garlic infused oil involved, my heart skipped a beat (in a good way, not the way oil would otherwise treat your heart). I got down to making them immediately. I used extra virgin olive oil instead of vegetable oil because I just love the aroma that garlic and olive oil combine to impart. crispy golden baked fries These garlic fries are incredibly simple to make and are so full of flavour. crunchy potato skin Garlic Fries Adapted from: Lottie + Doof Ingredients: 8 garlic cloves, minced or grated 6 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 3 russet potatoes (about 8oz each), each cut into 12 wedges 3 tbsp cornstarch/cornflour 1 1/2 tsp coarse sea salt 1 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper ½ tsp garlic powder 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
Jello shots without the trash Ingredients: Strawberries (the biggest ones you can find) Strawberry jelly powder Creme de cacao Vodka Chocolate chips (optional) Wash the strawberries and pick out the nicest ones. You will need about 3 boxes worth of strawberries for 2 cups of jello. Cut off the bottoms so the strawberries can stand up but be careful to not make holes for the jello to leak out. Cut off the tops and hollow out the insides. For chocolate dipped strawberries, melt the chocolate chips in the microwave on low heat and then dip each strawberry in the melted chocolate. Mix 1 cup of boiling water and the jelly powder.
The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon Seeing as how just about every recipe you come across these days includes bacon in one way or another, composing this list was a bit of a challenge. An awesomely delicious challenge, but still a challenge. After lots of searching, cooking and sampling, we can proudly say that these are The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon: The Manwich First off, make sure you buy some solid bread when you’re making The Manwich. Bacon Brittle, Bourbon-Caramel, Chocolate Fudge Brownies What these brownies lack in snappy naming they make up for in sheer deliciousness. Portobello and Bacon Gnocchi Alfredo Despite strong competition from the likes of pappardelle and tortellini, we’d have to say gnocchi is our favorite pasta. Boozy Bacon Jam If you’re looking to bacon-ify your next party – and really, why wouldn’t you be? Bacon and Maple Chicken Nibbles We don’t care if you call them “nibbles” or “wings,” you’re going to want a large portion of these napkin wasters. Bacon Hash Browns Bacon Strip Pancakes
15 Insanely Dangerous Cocktails We Dare You To Try This New Year Some of the most iconic cocktails which the world has come to know of are either too sweet or too flashy, politely missing the point of a cocktail altogether. A cocktail should ideally be a mixture of three ingredients out of which two are pure alcohols. Here, however, we might play loose with the principle definition. Your most humble author has tried his very best to break down the ingredients to their very core for your earnest perusal. 1. © YouTube This drink was invented by Ernest Hemingway and is also called as Hemingway Champagne. 2. © ginfoundry Negroni is one of the most badass cocktails and procuring its ingredients is one hell of a task. 3. © pinterest This cocktail requires absinthe, gin, vodka, brandy, and blackberry liqueur for flavor. 4. Long Island Iced tea is unbelievably alcoholic made with gin, vodka, tequila, rum, and triple sec with a float of coke on top of it. 5. The Crippler is made with grain alcohol, 151 proof alcohol and a splash of triple sec. 6. © Facebook 7.
The Hidden Records - Historical lost symbol of the Solomon Key parchme (...) Perfect Mac-n-Cheese « My Cooking Quest November 13, 2008 by joejhorn A few weeks ago I started a quest for some good mac and cheese. Nancy makes a killer mac-n-cheese but I wanted my own. I’m sure I frustrate the crap out of Nancy sometimes because I’m always looking for something better when it comes to food and recipes. My first attempt was with a Jamie Oliver version that didn’t include a bechamel sauce but instead called for mixing the cooked pasta with the cheese and then baking it. The second version, I made a few nights ago for my best bud Chad, Nancy and the boys. Chad is up from San Francisco and has been visiting for the past week. Last night was particularly funny though since you can customize your player characters. Well back to the mac-n-cheese. Chad, who is like me, super-competitive and a bit of a perfectionist said “Let’s do it again and do it right this time!” Perfect Mac-n-Cheese (serves 4 as a side dish) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Beecher’s Flagship Cheese Sauce (makes 4 cups) Remove from the heat.
Pink Panty Droppers Recipe at Epicurious This makes a great fizzy pink lemonade. It's definitely one of my must have summer staples. If it's hot, you're low on cash, and want to have a lot of fun, this is the answer! It makes just shy of 5 gallons, so it can serve a TON of people. Each drink packs a heavy whallop to your head, so you really don't need much per person. servings5 Gallons Ingredients 24 Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer1/2 Gallon Premium Vodka4 Cans Pink Lemonade ConcentrateIce Preparation You want to start with a CLEAN 5 gallon bucket. You basically just mix all the ingredients together, but the best way to do this is by mixing the frozen pink lemonade concentrate with the vodka first. Note: If you want the lemonade to be extra sweet, add a fifth can of concentrate to the mix. Then pour in all the beer. The main point in using Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) is not because it's cheap, (although that is always a good thing in my book!) Toss some ice in a glass and drink responsibly! A smaller version of this recipe is:
untitled From the molten yolk and bacon crunch of a hand-held breakfast, to the gooey charm of grilled cheese for lunch, nothing matches the simple pleasures of well-made sandwiches. They're quick to assemble, infinitely adaptable, easy to eat, and immediately satisfying—the very definition of good food. The 25 sandwiches you're about to meet can be thrown together during the average basketball halftime or, with practice, during the seventh-inning stretch. (Who needs hot dogs, anyway?) Think BLT, but better. More on MensHealth.com: 20 Ways to Stick to Your Workout 2. Layer pieces of ciabatta or a sturdy sandwich roll with grated fontina or mozzarella cheese, thinly sliced prosciutto, sliced figs, and arugula. More on MensHealth.com: 100 Ways to Live Forever 3. In a bit of olive oil, fry a good-quality sweet Italian sausage until it's crisp and brown. More on MensHealth.com: 33 Simple Ways to Turn Her On 4. Dredge a fish fillet in cornmeal and then pan-fry it until it's crisp. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.