The 2014 NFL Season has just begun, and tonight marks the official opening of Monday Night Football. Football season means not only large men tackling each other, but also lots of tailgates, bbqs, and potlucks. Translation: dips, hot wings, and fried foods– hopefully we can cover all the bases together. Heres a quick, easy, and cheesy recipe to kick off the season: cheesy guacamole. I love avocado, but I prefer my guacamole to
It was a Tuesday morning in Venice, California and our pop girl group decided that brunch was in order. We ended up at 26 Beach Restaurant right on Washington Blvd., and to our pleasant surprise they accommodated our party of 10 with no wait. The atmosphere and decor were charming, with chandeliers sparkling everywhere and light, jazzy music playing. 26 Beach has an indoor dining room with a short bar,
Confession: I have a raging girl-crush on Chrissy Teigen, Sports Illustrated Supermodel and John Legends other half. Do yourself a favor and follow her on twitter if you aren’t already, because she is absolutely hilarious. The icing on the cake? Chrissy is having a fling with Taco Bell (true story) and she runs her own food blog called So Delushious! This super versatile spicy chipotle marinade is her blogs top recipe and she writes,
Ratatouille! Before I dive into the lists of new recipes I’m dying to try, I wanted to transfer over the ‘Ratatouille a la Remy’ I made almost two years ago from my tumblr. Inspired by Pixar one night I did a bit of research to find that the Ratatouille in the movie is not the French classic, but a reimagining by Thomas Keller called ‘Confit Byaldi.’ Classically ratatouille featured roughly cut vegetables that were fried then baked, and plated as a stew. Thomas Kellers ‘byaldi’ variation for ‘The French Laundry Cookbook” features vegetables in thin slices, adds a piperade (tomato & bellpeper sauce) at the bottom, a vinaigrette at the top, and serves the dish by fanning the vegetables out accordion-style. Thomas Keller, that fancy guy.