Tuesday, 08 May 2012
This is a guest post by Cake Spy.
Guess what? Today (May 8) is National Coconut Cream Pie Day.
Clearly, this is an appropriate occasion to eat your weight in coconut cream pie. But why stop there? Why can't whoopie pies come to the party, too?
True: traditional whoopie pies are not pie at all—rather, they are cake-like cookies with frosting sandwiched in between. But in the case of the Coconut Cream Whoopie Pie, you can have your cake and eat your pie, too. The rich filling is sort of like a mix between coconut frosting and cream pie filling.
Moreover, these sweet sandwiches are like eating the delicious intersection between sugar cookies, coconut cake, and coconut cream pie in one delectable form—that is to say, an absolutely appropriate food to celebrate this red-letter calendar day.More Here...
This is a guest post by Kirbie's Cravings.
You know how much I love quick and easy recipes. And I like healthy ones too. This recipe recipe is both healthy and super easy. And it still tastes like chocolate pudding.
I’ve been on a huge avocado kick lately and have been searching for all sorts of avocado recipes. During my search I came across this super easy chocolate puddingthat can be made in about five minutes, and uses avocados as one of the key ingredients.
I wasn’t too surprised. I’ve made a chocolate mousse with tofu where you can’t taste the tofu so I was confident that a chocolate pudding can be made with avocado without it tasting like avocados.More Here...
Monday, 07 May 2012
Ever wonder which country consumes the most meat? The Economist has the answer for your, courtesy of data compiled by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
And if, like me, you thought it was The United States, think again! The most meat in the world is consumed by Luxembourg--the average person consumes 136.5 kg of meat per person a year. And Americans aren't far behind: The average American consumes 125 kg of meat per person a year. More Here...
An aerosol spray can containing 21 shots of alcohol is now being sold in Europe for 20 euro ($26), according to a recent article on Eater. It is designed to get you momentarily drunk right away with supposedly no side effects. It delivers 0.075 milliliters of alcohol per dose, so it is ideal for people who want to get drunk only for a short time. More Here...