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Showing posts from October, 2011

My Drunk Kitchen - Ep. 11 - Candy Hand - The Halloween Special ! (NSFW)

Its been a while but MDK is back in action!  Well, Sort of.  You see this is Hanna's Special Halloween Episode, there's an easter egg but you can't find it! Hehe.  While certainly entertaining, there isn't a whole lot of, none,  cooking going on in this episode.  Its just little ole Hanna, mixed drinks, and some lovely, I hope not left over from last year, candy.  Lets watch now who lasts longer Hanna, or the bowl of the forbidden candy?! (NSFW mainly for the language, but as with the last time there is also some suggestive material)  Trick or Treat Bitches! Don't forget to subscribe to her  youtube channel ,   twitter feed , and check out her website ! Hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for stopping by!

Recipe - Two Corn Casserole

Here is a little comfort food, especially for those of us in/from the Midwest.  Usually you can find this, or a variation, around thanksgiving and its always so good!  If i'm feeling a little homesick, I'll whip up a batch. Its one of those dishes where you should always keep the ingredients in your pantry  because its super easy to make!  So here it is, the recipe for Two Corn Casserole! Two Corn Casserole 1/2 Cup Butter (8 T) 1/4 Cup Onion-Chopped 3/4 Cup Serrano Pepper-Chopped 1 Can (16oz) Cream Style Corn 1 Can (16oz) Whole Kernel Corn 1 Eggs-Beaten 1 Box Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix Cheddar Cheese-Grated (optional) Heat Oven to 350 Degrees, Grease 9x12 pan with butter. In small skillet melt remainder of butter and sweat onions and pepper until translucent (alt you can fry until crisp). Let cool. In a large bowl combine eggs, the two cans of corn, and muffin mix. Mix. Then pour in cooled onion/pepper mixture. Mix. Pour into 9x12 pan and bake for 1 hr. 10 min prior t

Homemade Mayonnaise Recipe - 2 Minutes or Less

The good folks over at serious eats put up this video a while ago on how to make quick and dead simple mayo in 2 min or less!  The great thing about this is that it's a "base recipe" which you can tweak to your hearts content and make it fit almost any occasion where mayo is called for.   Want to spice up those sammies, or devil up some eggs, with this as your base you can't go wrong!  I personally like to add a bit of chili oil and cayenne or a chipotle w/adobo and get a nice and spicy mayo, cracked black pepper is also great, and you can even add dry mustard for a mustardy/mayo combo! Here is the base recipe (which you'll need a stick blender): 1 Egg Yolk 1 T Water 1 T Dijon Mustard 1/2 Lemon (Juice) 1 Cup Oil (Neutral flavored or flavored if making a flavored mayo!) (salt and or pepper to taste) Hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for stopping by!