Win Two Tickets to the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party

Dinosaur. I'm about the brisket.

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: The Sriracha Lover's Ultimate Gift Pack

I go ham for Sriracha on mac and cheese. Spicy, buttery richness.

Airport Food That Doesn't Suck

As a native Northcarolinian, I am very familiar with Bojangles and Chik-Fil-A. And I gotta say, there`s a science to consuming both. Bojangles has gotta be dark meat fried chicken with extra seasoning (it`s free!) and sweet tea. The sweet tea balances the savory salty chicken. It is necessary.

As for Chik-Fil-A, chicken sandwiches are necessary. But the spicy sandwich MUST be accompanied by ranch sauce, not dressing, there is a subtle but necessary different. The dressing is too tangy and processed tasting and it slides off the chicken. Ranch sauce is the perfect consistency to combat the spice of the chicken. If fries are purchased (as they should!), request Polynesian or Chik-Fil-A sauce. They usually don`t put sauces out on the table so you must must must ask or it throws off the whole experience.


Brownie Pops

I hate cake pops, but these look gooooood.

Care to introduce yourself?

I am a junior in high school, I feel like the youngest person here. Ive been cooking since I was 9, and doing it well since I was 14 (which was actually when I found this site, hmmmmm...). I love "A Hamburger Today" , even though I don`t eat red meat. Oh the hypocrisy.

Epic Meal Time

Epic Meal Time is merely food pornography. I feel guilty about watching it, but I just can`t stop looking.

If you could eat only 10 things for the rest of your life?

1. Twizzlers
2. Caeser Salad
3. Gingersnaps
4. Sushi
5. Thincrust Pizza
6. Fries
7. Sourdough bread
8. Avocado
9. Tacos
10. Coke

Good eats in the UCLA area

I`m going to UCLA for a college trip. I have never been to California and I`m looking for some good inexpensive food that is within walking or a short bus distance of the campus. Any help would be greatly appreciated. By my stomach.

Cosmetic Food Uses?

There are a plethora of recipes online for facial masks made out of oatmeal, carrot hand cream, and mayonnaise deep conditioner, but I am always skeptical (with good reason) of testing them out. Do you have any tried and true, food re-purposing?

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