Melissa Clark’s cod braised in butter and wine, paired with mashed potatoes, would make a fine dinner tonight.
Let's say you've resolved to eat healthier in the New Year, but find yourself tripped up over and over again by your unconquerable yen for food that's rich and delicious. And let's also say that one of your favorite dishes is mashed potatoes.
Americans take their Thanksgiving dishes pretty darn seriously—feuds have started over whether mashed potatoes should be lumpy or smooth, or if cranberry sauce can legit be served from a can. And last month, one YouTuber let his viewers know he was not having it with some creative corn bread recipes. “Kalen Reacts” host Kalen Allen... Read more »
Funny stuff from Graham DeLaet.
For Surreal Sunday dinner we’re heading over to the World’s Smallest KFC in Portland, OR for the tiniest meal of fried chicken and mashed potatoes, an even teenier biscuit, a wee Dr. Pepper, and a little-bitty chocolate chip cookie for dessert. Show More Summary
Just when you think your capacity for reality show antics has topped off, another Friday rolls around to deliver an all-new episode of Hell's Kitchen. Chef Gordon Ramsay continues his search for the next leader of his new Las Vegas restaurant with the infamous Blind Taste Test and a five-course meal dinner service.
I wanted to thank you so much for watching my Creamy Mashed Potatoes video and weighing in last week! I read every comment and the feedback was so helpful as I plan the next several cooking videos. Great suggestions, guys—some of it I never would have thought of myself. Your suggestions will be reflected in […]
I have been doing some more cooking videos and have been experimenting with the style. Before Thanksgiving, I shot a handful of videos like the one below, the idea being that I wanted them to look more like my cooking posts in terms of the angle. Watch below and let me know what you think! […]
(Rutgers University) If you're sitting around the holiday table and one of your curmudgeonly uncles says something unintentionally bigoted, your inclination may be to ask for more mashed potatoes and get on with the feast. But Rutgers University-New Brunswick researchers say that might be a mistake.
Dee Dee Sharp was only 17 years old when she shot to stardom in the early '60s with mouth-watering hits like, "Mashed Potato Time," "Gravy" and "Do The Bird." Guess what she looks like now!
While it is possible to mash potatoes with my 1998 Ford F-150, I really would not compare it as a utensil to my plastic kitchen masher. It’s quite capable of mashing potatoes but is really meant for more. Obviously. I read Ryan Cordell’s Profhacker column yesterday, Build a Speedy, Dynamic Class Website Using Markdown, RStudio, […]
How was your Thanksgiving? Did you have all the regular Thanksgiving staples? Mashed potatoes, corn, turkey, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and all that delicious stuff? So you may have had a great holiday […] The post Your Thanksgiving Was Nothing Without This Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Bird appeared first on Geek.com.
You’re not the only one feeling a little bit bloated after Thanksgiving. The turkey was way too filling and all of those sides? My goodness. From mashed potatoes and gravy to Mac & Cheese and apple pie, it’s typical to feel like you might have eaten too much on Thanksgiving. According to Dr. Show More Summary
This song is a bit of a Thanksgiving tradition in my house. What's the feast like without gravy for the mash potatoes. Be sure you dance with someone this evening. What are you listening to tonight?
Obvious Plant compiled a list of fun Thanksgiving traditions so that we don’t forget any essential activities such as the pre-dinner family most pit, mashed potato foot warming, or sword-wrestling with grandpa.
Welcome to Thanksgiving in Trump's America.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - the turkey is roasting in the oven while the apple pie cools, and you can almost taste the buttery mashed potatoes that are about to be piled onto your plate. Before you hoe into your much-deserved,...Show More Summary
Thanksgiving just doesn't feel like Thanksgiving if there isn't a huge plate of creamy mashed potatoes on the table. Filled with butter, cream, and more butter and cream, it's not exactly the most waist-friendly dish when you go in for seconds. Show More Summary
Casseroles, mashed potatoes, cobblers, oh my!
Forget mashing; here's why you should use a ricer.