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Whether your favorite foodie prefers to make sweet, savory, or alcoholic treats — or prefers to skip the "making" step and just eat them! — we've found TK of the season's best buys for the kitchen and the home bar, plus a few ready-made treats for the food-loving-but-cooking-challenged peeps out there. The Inspiralizer will let them turn zucchini, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, and other veggies into spaghetti-like noodles.THE INSPIRALIZER, $49.95, INSPIRALIZED.COM Although it sports a sweet, vintage pattern, this pan is thoroughly modern, with a non-stick interior and...
Make holiday cookies that are too cute to eat! Frosted sugar cookies are a holiday staple. But those green Christmas trees with grocery store sprinkles are kind of played. Why not create your own color palette, and give your cookies a little personality to boot? Brown butter and an extra touch of salt put a tasty twist on this cookie-swap standard, and adorable decorations make them as cute as they are tasty. Salted Brown Butter Sugar Cookies Ingredients 1½ sticks unsalted butter, cut into pieces2 cups all-purpose flour¼ cup...
Thursday, November 24th is Thanksgiving here in the United States. Originally a commemoration of the First Thanksgiving (a 17th-century feast between the Pilgrims and the Native Americans), it is now one of the major holidays and, for many of us, the official start of the Christmas season. There was no Black Friday or Cyber Monday during the 19th century. Instead, the Thanksgiving holidays were a time for family to gather together from near and far and share a holiday meal. This usually involved the women...
  This past week has been one of the shittiest in human existence. So there’s no better time to bring you a recipe for poop emoji cupcakes. We’ve had this excerpt from the book CAKEMOJI: Recipes & Ideas For Sweet-Talking Treats in the works for the past few weeks, since before the election, when the world was a brighter place. Back then, the cupcakes seemed funny and cute. Now, they still seem funny and cute, but they’re also very, very appropriate.   So, make these to celebrate making...
Curries are the secret champions of flexible comfort food: a richly aromatic base that’s not exactly a soup or a stew, but still packed with bangin’ flavor that screams, “Yes, add that random ingredient, it will still taste amazing!” Even fruit. Virtually any tropical fruit is a winner in curry, but the fantastically fatty queen of them all, avocado, creates a delicious velvety base in this classic Thai green curry. Like anything made with fresh avocado, this curry should be consumed immediately. Avocado Green Curry Serves 2...
Photo courtesy Kat Craddock Did you know that many pizzerias are happy to sell you raw dough for home use? This clutch home-cooking shortcut has saved us loads of time and is endlessly versatile. Use it as a base for grilled pizzas, skillet naan, or these easy bakery-style calzones. They are delicious hot out of the oven or as the cornerstone of your next picnic lunch.Once you have the method down, try swapping out your favorite fillings. Calzones are a great way to use up small...
Anthony Bourdain has been a certified BUST crush for many years, and usually we are content to drool his delicious dishes on TV. But now, he has a new cookbook out, Appetites, that includes recipes that even those of us who are not so skilled in the kitchen can attempt and master. The cookbook contains recipes that Bourdain makes for his family: his wife is a professional martial artist, and they have a nine-year-old daughter. “Mostly, these recipes are direct lifts from imperfect memories of childhood...
Round up your besties for a night of frightfully delicious dishes! MEAT HEAD Ingredients1 plastic skull (ours is from amazon.com)½ pound prosciutto (the fattier the better because it helps the meat stick) DirectionsWash the skull with dish soap, rinse, and dry. Start by wrapping the inside of the jaw and underside of the skull in prosciutto; as you lay the meat down, smooth out any wrinkles. Try to overlap pieces and work with the natural curves of the skull. Once you have the underside done, flip the skull...
While movie theater cuisine is traditionally synonymous with buckets of buttery popcorn, overflowing glasses of Coca-Cola and super-sized candy portions, The Food Film Festival wants you to forget everything that you know about snacking at the cinema. The Film Food Festival is a “multisensory food and film experience” hosted at the AMC Empire 25 Theater in Times Square in New York from October 20-23. This event is comprised of four days of film-foodie action, in which attendees watch films about food while simultaneously having the opportunity...
Here at BUST, we love inspiring women, and we love cocktails, so what could be better than a project that combines the two? In the new book Drink Like A Woman, writer Jeanette Hurt and illustrator Paige Clark bring us cocktails inspired by great women both historical and fictional, including Frida Kahlo (Frida Kahlúa); Nellie Bly (Nellie Bly-Tai); Harriet Tubman (Tubmantini); Rosie the Riveter (Rosé the Riveter); Princess Leia (Kissed By A Wookie); and many, many more. We're excited to share three of those recipes with you...