I can't believe all the buzz the potential Velveeta shortage is getting. Reminds me of the great Twinkies scare. Anyway, I'm trying a new dip recipe this weekend (no Velveeta required) that I grabbed from a friend. Tastes like chicken wings. Give it a try and we can compare notes.
We keep this one in the archives all year long (so it's been fermented to perfection), and break it out one day out of the year: Thanksgiving. If you're lucky enough to get on the road around Noon, you'll hear it on the air. But we know many of you are cooking or just plain carousing with your family. So here it is in video form.
My friend Rick is a pretty good cook (and still single at 50+ btw). Except when it comes to Thanksgiving, where he has acquired the moniker 'The Experimental Chef'. Here are some ideas that were inspired by his Thanksgiving experiments.
Many of us know that McDonald's fries are amongst the best in the business, but for some, the ketchup used to dip the delicious fried potato makes the fry even better. Believe it or not the brand of ketchup does make a difference
I remember the days of trick or treating. The hot question was, "What are you going to be? Who are you going to go as?" I wasn't as concerned with that as I was with "What kind of candy will I get?" Here are some of the best and worst candies for trick or treating.
These monstrosities are made from sugar, corn syrup, gelatin, pectin, soy protein, food coloring and artificial flavor. I'm pretty sure that if you take out the sugar and corn syrup, you've got the same ingredients as a candle.
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