Regular Show regularly shows some fantastical and impossible food items – sandwiches that kill you, wings that kill you, skydiving pizza pockets – but few are quite so worthy of recreation as the Ultimeatum, the burger-within-a-burger-between-two-burgers. And ketchup from the Himalayas. Follow along this week to see if we can beat Chef Ajay Maldonaldo at his own game.
Pre-order my first cookbook, Eat What You Watch: A Cleverly-Titled Romp Through the Fanciful Fêtes of Fiction! Really it’s just called Eat What You Watch, but I totally should have called it that instead.
We had a panel of kids prepare and taste test 100 years of sandwiches from 1900 to today. Here’s what they thought about PBJs, po’ boys, paninis, and everything in between.
Wes Anderson’s films are rife with clashing color schemes, furrow-browed pedantry, and rich character development set against an oddly symmetrical backdrop. In the case of The Grand Budapest Hotel, it’s also home to a pastry as precious as its parentage. The Courtesan au Chocolat, a delicate tower of puffed up pâtissière and saccharine masonry, is the challenge faced this week in the BwB kitchen.
Once Upon a Time in Mexico, against all odds, played a large role in the creation of BwB – my first-ever DVD, its special features showed me that I could one day be a filmmaker *and* a chef. In this 2003 Banderas action-comedy, Johnny Depp inexplicably caps a cook for making this Yucatánian special a bit too perfectly; as director Robert Rodriguez says, make at your own peril.
The nose’s olfactory receptors are stimulated when we smell food and other odors. But could the process of smelling cause weight gain?