Apparently, cooking eggs is a messy task. The eggs, stick to the pan, they flop when you try to flip them and the yolks drip. Oh, the horror! Luckily, we have another stupid cooking tool to keep our kitchens free of eggy mess. Enter the Rollie Eggmaster!
The Rollie Eggmaster claims to cook your eggs to perfection. They’ll also make your eggs look like tampons as you pull them out of the device! Mmmm… Yum! And if you order now, you’ll get your very own knock-off Slap Chop! What more can anyone ask for?
If you’re going to follow anyone on Vine these days, make sure its former MADtv star Will Sasso.
Sasso is obviously a funny man and is probably one of the few people who can use Vine to their full advantage. I mean, have you seen Vine Peek? Nine out of ten videos are bored teenagers filming themselves in the cafeteria (we already know what bad cafeteria food looks like so please, get off my internet).
Anyways, Sasso has an ongoing lemon sight gag that only he could make enjoyable. Thankfully, some genius put them all together for our amusement.
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With Easter just around the corner, the stress of having to figure out how to impress family and friends with your cooking skills can be overwhelming. We’ve all been there as we worried about the time, money and effort it would take to finally pry that “that looks delicious!” compliment from your least favourite relative or frenemy. But what do you do when your cooking skills are lackluster or worse, non-existent?
Here are five tips that will surely impress those so-called foodies in your life.
1. Just add parsley
BAM! Instantly fancy.
2. Turn simple bread rolls into cute bunnies
… or pikachu if they don’t turn out right
It’s March 14th! Happy 3.14 day! Otherwise known as PI DAY!
So for all the people who are hopeless with math, think of today as the day to stuff with your face with as many kinds of pie you can find. Om nom nom nom! There’s ….
Seeing as they regularly make a sh*tload of food, EpicMealTime decided to give back to the community and help feed people at a local soup kitchen. The two Thanksgiving-themed meals in their latest video look utterly disgusting and delicious at the same time.
First, they had Chef Zadi cook a full pig stuffed with a bird, stuffed with pork and beef — an incredibly difficult and fattening substitute for a turkey. “Because we don’t f*ck around on Thanksgiving, we put it in a pig,” he said about the 70,750 calorie meal.
Later that day, the team volunteered at the soup kitchen and made a fast food lasagna, complete with McDonald’s burgers and bacon (duh). They topped it with cheese, french fries and sauce.
Diners at the soup kitchen thought it was one of the most delicious dishes they ever had there — some even went back for seconds.
Are you planning an epic meal for Thanksgiving?
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Following the footsteps of Gwneth Paltrow, Hilary Duff’s older (and less famous) sister, Haylie, has started her own healthy cooking website called Real Girl’s Kitchen.
Since Napoleon Dynamite in 2004, Haylie hasn’t had much luck in film, although she has been starring in a healthy amount of Made-for-T.V. movies like Betrayed at 17 and Love Takes Wing. Sometimes being Hilary Duff’s sister doesn’t get you far.
So, with all the celebrity websites and magazines out there, like Gwenyth’s Goop, Elizabeth Berkley’s Ask Elizabeth and Zooey Deschanel’s Hello Giggles, it’s no wonder Haylie jumped on this bandwagon. Prior to launching her own site, Haylie contributed weekly home-made recipes for Zooey’s female oriented site.
Let’s hope Haylie’s recipes turn out better than any of her movies ever did.
Steve “Buckshot” Seabury thinks you might.
In the new book compiled by Seabury, Mosh Potatoes: Anecdotes And Mayhem From The Heavyweights Of Heavy Metal, big-named rockers like Zakk Wylde, Lamb Of God, Guns N’ Roses, Type O Negative, Bison B.C., Lemmy, Lita Ford and members of Pantera have all contributed their favourite cooking recipes, according to CHARTattack.com.
The idea came to Seabury when he got home one evening from a night of drinking, turned on the Food Network, and became suddenly very hungry. He realized he had nothing to eat and was annoyed with watching someone cook a high-end, five-star meal. He thought a cooking show for metalheads would be awesome, and that idea grew into a book. It is due out Nov. 30.