The foul-mouthed cook on unexpected fame, the joys of being a dickhead, and his distaste for prescribed social norms.
More importantly, how do you make it?
You don't need a stinkin' sourdough starter. You just need some old bananas and a bunch of stuff you probably already have in your pantry.
Just because it's white, doesn't mean it's done.
Scald burns and house fires are on the rise as amateur cooks under stay-at-home orders realize they have no idea what they're doing.
The cheese-like dessert known as so (蘇) was a delicacy during the Asuka period (538-710 AD) and the Heian period (795-1185).
At first, I was horrified to see people making 30 burritos in one day—but then I realized just how wholesome this community is.
Making risotto is a lot of work—and that feels like a triumph over hiding in my bedroom and only eating to survive.
Joseph Gannascoli, who played Vito Spatafore in 38 episodes, will prep Italian food for as many as 50 guests and grill you on Sopranos trivia.
Watching Jennifer Garner make bagels is the only thing that Zuckerberg's hellscape is good for.
Popularised by 'Bon Appétit' host Brad Leone and the r/castiron subreddit, cast iron cookware has become the hobby of choice for obsessive food dudes.