A few months ago, I proposed a wild idea: Dungeons & Dragons—except you cook what you kill. After a little tinkering, I’m happy to report that my mechanics for cooking in D&D are now widely available.
When Victoria Rosenthal started replicating dishes from eat-what-you-kill game Battle Chef Brigade, she had a little difficulty finding dragon meat at the grocery store. To cook up the game’s BBQ Dragon Shank, she had to get creative.
Battle Chef Brigade asks: What if you had to kill a Hydra before competing in Iron Chef? It’s a winning premise, and one that scaffolds the many-headed cooking game’s endless charms.
Last night, while a meatloaf roasted in my oven and I moved some kale around a pan, it suddenly dawned on me that nothing in my life more resembles a video game than cooking.
Rick and Morty is back and, thanks to the teaser premiere that aired back in April, so is an insane amount of enthusiasm for “Szechuan Sauce,” a limited edition nugget sauce that was released to help promote the 1998 Disney film Mulan.
Nerd Chef’s pizza surfaces boast 20x faster heat transfer than their ceramic counterparts, which may explain why my first attempt with the product yielded a slightly overdone pizza in under two minutes.
The ability to create quality margherita pizza at home negates several of the few remaining reasons to leave the house.
You probably already know Breville makes the best toaster ovens, but their microwave is even more of a game changer.
For hardcore waffle fans only.
If you follow the world of stunt food, you most likely saw Taco Bell’s Naked Chicken Chalupa, a taco-like creation where the shell is made of crispy chicken, rather than the “usual” chalupa wrapping. Sadly, Taco Bell will be removing the protein-wrapped delicacy from their menus sometime in March, but don’t be sad;…
News reports this morning claim that the BBC is planning to delete over 11,000 online recipes. But the internet didn’t suddenly run out of room, so what gives?
It’s time to dust off that neglected waffle maker and waffle all the things. Here are 10+ unusual foods that are perfect for cooking in the waffle maker (that aren’t waffles).
The humble microwave is like an Atomic Age dream that actually came true: In the kitchen of the future, you’ll make fully cooked meals in minutes! And the versatile device can do more than just heat your leftovers. Today we’re testing some cooking tips that can put your microwave to use beyond reheating last night’s…
Instant ramen may be simple, easy, and the stuff college dorm dreams are made of, but with a few simple, easy upgrades, you can transform it into a hearty, flavorful meal that you’d never think came out of a package.
Thanksgiving is meant to be a time of reflection and solemn appreciation of the joyful bounties that our lives have bestowed upon us—or, more likely, a time to gorge on football marathons and good food. But who wants to spend every waking turkey day hour over a hot stove? Not you. Here's how you can cook an entire…
We've seen beyond the greasy curtain of fast food and discovered how KFC actually makes fried chicken from the raw animal to the final product that gets put into buckets and double downs at their stores. It's basically like how your grandma would do it—except they use an infernal magic machine called "pressure…
And now so are you.
Things don't always go according to plan when you cook meals—that's normal. Your end result doesn't always look like the snazzy pictures on the recipe instructions, or the boxes containing the ingredients. But this monstrosity that someone baked is something else.
Any gaming gourmet can whip together a piece of cake or a burger. Only the most dedicated have what it takes to make Castlevania-style Wall Turkey. First step, grab a sledgehammer.
Bethesda's latest RPG hit presents players with lots of things to see, hear and shout at. You can add taste to that list of action words, too, Gus Mastrapa's already cataloged what he's been eating in the game's virtual world but the lads at Joystiq have brought one of Tamriel's medieval recipes into the modern-day…