Topic: Cooking

Crush Links: ‘Jersey Shore’ House Arrest For A Certain Castmate

Crush Links: 'Jersey Shore' House Arrest For A Certain Castmate
  • The Nominees are in for the ALMA Awards. Good luck to Selena Gomez, she’s one of the top nominees. (Have U Heard)
  • Do you enjoy soul food? Get ready for Beyoncé’s first cookbook. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
  • Evan Rachel Wood belts out Justin Bieber lyrics during karaoke. (The Frisky)
  • Surprisingly drunken, lewd behavior wasn’t the cause of house arrest for one of Jersey Shore castmates. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
  • The cast in The Change Up is to die for, not to mention the movie looks hilarious. Watch the trailer here. (Hollywood Hiccups)
  • Ellen Paige and Jesse Eisenberg look great together on paper… In real life? Not so much. (Lainey Gossip)
  • Pulling off orange isn’t always easy, Olivia Palermo seems to rock it. (College Candy)

Video: Crushable Makes Unofficial Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs and Brooms

Video: Crushable Makes Unofficial Harry Potter Chocolate Frogs and Brooms

As cool as the wands and dragons and curses in Harry Potter are, we’d be lying if we said our favorite part of the series wasn’t the treats. Chocolate frogs! No Melt Ice Cream! Butterbeer! So when we got sent The Unofficial Harry Potter Sweet Shoppe Kit, we couldn’t resist trying our hands at some of the recipes in an attempt to channel the scrumptiousness that up until now we’d only read about. More »

5 Ways To Survive Holiday Limbo

5 Ways To Survive Holiday Limbo

What do you call this nebulous period between Thanksgiving and Christmas break? The December Slump? Vacation on ice? Finals? Whatever name you choose to give it, this in-between time between breaks always sends us into a funk. Post-turkey but pre-presents: these two weeks or so of early darkness, cramming for work/school, and general blah-ness can be a real killer if you don’t know how to deal. Here are our 5 simple steps for making your holiday limbo a little more cheery. More »

101: Creating The Perfect Starter Kitchen

101: Creating The Perfect Starter Kitchen

Cooking for yourself is one of the hardest parts of moving out of your parents house or your dorm and living on your own — somewhere where you don’t have meals waiting for you when you get home at the end of the day seemingly out of nowhere. One excuse we’ve always made for ordering in more than cooking for ourselves is that we just don’t have the equipment, skills or space to cook the way we see the chefs do it on TV — or even the way mom did back home. But Food Network chef Tyler Florence, who once instructed even the most hapless chefs on Food 911 (now in repeats on the Cooking Channel if you’re interested), gave us some tips on what to stock your kitchen with so you can cook like a pro. Follow his advice and you’ll never be able to use the “my kitchen isn’t up to snuff” excuse again. More »