Binging with Babish took YouTube by storm with views reaching up to 12 million per episode. The shows creator, Andrew Rea, is a self-proclaimed film and television buff who creates recipes from famous scenes in television and film.
Bon Appétit's 'Gourmet Makes' chef Claire Saffitz is known for creating gourmet versions of our favorite candies. After numerous weeks of trials and errors, chef Claire successfully reproduced her own version of Sour Patch Kids and they look sweet, sour and delicious.
A favorite bacon dessert recipe of mine comes from a bake shop in Boulder, Colorado called Tee and Cakes. Their Chocolate and Bacon Maple cupcakes are delicious and have received major media attention.
Tasty brings back the bubbly chef Rie to tackle yet another dish. This time she is tasked with fancying up a pack of shrimp flavored Instant Ramen. Does she succeed? Watch the video above and find out.
Did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires? The leading cause is due to unattended cooking. It didn’t dawn on me how dangerous stepping away from the stove can be – even if it’s for just a few minutes – until I read some of the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) startling statistics.
If you’re big into camping, tailgating, or happen to live somewhere with limited outdoor space then you know the value of having a grill that can be easily transported.
For his most recent video, thanks to popular demand, Rea has chosen a series equally near and dear to my heart: Bob’s Burgers.
You know those moments when you find something—it could be online or in the real world—and it’s such a perfect combination of things you already love that you have a bit of a hard time handling it?
Tax season is quickly coming to an end, and if you're like most of America, you are scrambling to setup a time to finalize everything.
There are few things I love more than BBQ season. The sun, the food, being surrounded by my closest friends and family – what could be better than that?