Epic Meal Time Thanksgiving Special

It was only a year ago when EpicMealTime created their delicious monstrous TurDucKen inside of a whole pig creation for Thanksgiving. Not wanting to be outdone from last year, EMT brought things to a whole nother level. They invited a bunch of YouTube stars to party hard with ten of their ‘bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a bird… in a pig’ yummy creations.

 

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So This Is How Those Delicious Rainbow Bagels Are Made

Bagels are definitely having a moment in the foodie scene.

In fact, lately, it’s almost impossible to scroll through Instagram without seeing at least a couple of people flashing some seriously impressive #BagelPorn.

If staring at a basic lox-loaded bagel is enough to make you drool, you might want to look away.

A while back, I showed you a bunch of rainbow bagelsfrom The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, New York. You know, those insane multi-colored bagels that basically made the Internet lose its mind?

Well, if you thought those bad boys looked pretty delicious in still life, you’ll be glad to know you can now watch these delectable disks in action.

That’s right. Project Forgive just released a behind-the-scenes video with The Bagel Store boss Scot Rossillo showing you how magic is made… in the form of a badass bagel, of course!

The mesmerizing video shows the whole delicious process — from stacking the bright Play-Doh-like layers and slicing up the giant blobs of psychedelic dough to rolling the dough into the final product and, last but not least, topping the bagels with a schmear of Funfetti cream cheese once they’re done!

Check out the video for a closer look at these outrageous rainbow bagels!

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/envision/rainbow-bagels-store-scot-rossillo/1372546/

7 Vegan Chocolates To Try This Halloween When You’re Sick Of The Usual Candy

Just in case you needed yet another reason to love all things fall, there’s really nothing better than sipping on a piping hot PSL while chewing on day-old Halloween treats you didn’t have to buy yourself. Sure, the creepy (or corny) holiday is fun to dress up for, but who can beat a national holiday dedicated to indulging in junk food alone? Unfortunately, not all Halloween treats are created equal, and for my plant-based friends, vegan Halloween chocolate can be hard to come by.

They may be hard to find, but vegan chocolates do exist and, trust me, they are delish. Oftentimes, people will assume that just because something is vegan-friendly, it tastes earthy. But just because these treats are usually on the healthier side of the spectrum, rest assured, herbivores like to indulge just as much as the rest of the world.

Even before I went plant-based myself, my favorite chocolate bar was (and still is) vegan. Don’t get me wrong — Reese’s cups are my jam, but there’s just something satisfying about sweet treats made from minimal ingredients, organic goods, and natural sugars.

Whether you’ve been plant-based all your life, or you’re just looking for something new to munch on this holiday season, clean Halloween candy is worth hunting for.

1. Chocolate Mint

Alter Eco

Alter Eco Organic Dark Mint Truffles, $4.39, Vitacost

These vegan mint chocolates are honestly everything.

The creamy Ecuadorian cacao melts in your mouth, while a combination of cool peppermint and Madagascar bourbon vanilla bean add the slightest hint of crunch. Break it apart to add pieces into cookie batter, or take a bite straight from the bar.

2. Crispy Butter Cups

Unreal

Unreal Crispy Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, $4.45, Thrive Market

For those who prefer their peanut butter to crunch, these vegan dark chocolate cups are literally unreal. Crispy quinoa pieces are layered into the cup, draped in creamy peanut butter and dark chocolate.

The brand was thought up by a pair of brothers who were told not to eat their favorite store-bought candies out of concern for the ingredients, so you just  these particular vegan treats are packed with the good stuff, and the good stuff only.

3. “Caramel” Bites

Cocomels

Cocomels Cocomel Sea Salt Bites, $6.99, JJs Sweets

Can’t choose between sweet and salty? Cocomel introduces a happy medium with these coconut caramel bites that are vegan-friendly, as well as soy- and gluten-free.

The perfect chocolate to keep hidden in your desk drawer when all your coworkers treat their tricks with Werther’s, it would also serve as a sweet indulgence added to a bowl of popcorn.

4. Mini Peanut Butter Cups

Justin’s

Justin’s Mini Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, $5.35, Thrive Market

Looking for a little something to curb your sweet tooth? Justin’s dark chocolate mini peanut butter cups are the perfect Halloween treat for vegans who want to indulge, but not  much.

One serving is three cups, but just one or two is sure to satisfy with a rich, decadent dark chocolate made from all-organic ingredients like cocoa butter, cane sugar, and peanuts.

5. Choco Bat

Sweet and Sara

Sweet and Sara Halloween Bat, $4.49, Sweet and Sara

Vegans can get festive for Halloween too with these brilliantly spooky homemade bats, which are made with marshmallow and dark chocolate.

The three-inch treat is an online exclusive courtesy of Sara Sohn, who went vegan back in 1992, but not without the determination to find a vegan gelatin fit for herbivore-friendly ‘mallows.

Send one of these cutesy creepers to a loved one, or indulge for yourself this Halloween.

6. Super Dark Chocolate Bar

EatingEvolved

EatingEvolved Primal Chocolate Midnight Coconut 100% Cacao Bar, $4.99, EatingEvolved

EatingEvolved chocolates are rare to come by in stores and sell out fast online, so buy in bulk when you can! These vegan-friendly chocolate bars are my absolute favorite because they offer maximum taste with minimal ingredients.

This specific bar is made from organic cacao and decorated with shredded coconut for a naturally sweet taste you can’t help but inhaling in one sitting.

7. Everyone’s Favorite Cookie

Nabisco

Nabisco Oreo Double Stuf Chocolate Sandwich Cookie, $3.79, Walmart

Alright, alright. This isn’t a chocolate bar or candy treat, but it a chocolate cookie, and that totally counts.

Ironically enough, milk’s favorite cookie is a vegan’s favorite cookie too because, really, who can resist that cream filling? Luckily, this sandwich cookie’s ingredients check out and, hey, there’s always almond milk, right?

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/envision/food/7-vegan-chocolates-try-halloween-youre-sick-usual-candy/2063442/

How To Make Pixar-Style Ratatouille

Most of us never heard of ratatouille until we saw the popular Pixar cooking movie starring the talent chef mouse Remy. The final dish in the movie is just so stunning and looks delicious. Ever wonder how to make it?

Thankfully,Chef Stepsdemonstrates how to make the eggplant and zucchini dish inspired from the Pixar film.

 

Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2016/01/27/how-to-make-pixar-style-ratatouille/

Thanks To KFC, You Can Now Buy A Corsage Made Of Chicken

Spice up your prom experience! Or, original recipe your prom experience.

1. Have you ever said to yourself, “Self, I wish there were more things in the world needlessly made out of chicken?”

Thanks To KFC, You Can Now Buy A Corsage Made Of Chicken

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Of course you have.

2. Well you’re in luck, because KFC just introduced the chicken corsage to the world for all your formal event needs.

Well you're in luck, because KFC just introduced the chicken corsage to the world for all your formal event needs.

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3. With your order, you’re given a $5 KFC gift certificate so that you can buy your own chicken and affix it to the corsage yourself.

With your order, you're given a $5 KFC gift certificate so that you can buy your own chicken and affix it to the corsage yourself.

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Kind of takes some of the glamour away, if you ask me.

4. Careful, though! It could backfire.

Thanks To KFC, You Can Now Buy A Corsage Made Of Chicken

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5. Final verdict:

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But wake me up when they make entire dates made of chicken.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/tracyclayton/thanks-to-kfc-you-can-now-buy-a-corsage-made-of-chicken

Here’s How To Make Cannabis-Infused Corn On The Cob This Weekend

It’s Fourth of July weekend, and you know what that means: Time to fire up that grill. But why not take your basic BBQ to the next level with a few cannabis-infused dishes?

Roasted corn with cannabutter is a super easy, super tasty side dish for summer grilling. The strength of the cannabutter is determined ahead of time by the strength of the strain or shake (leftover leaves). You’ll lose a bit of the butter when it melts off, so in the end this dish should give you a lightly lifted experience.

Ingredients
4 Ears of summer corn
Canola oil, for grates
2 Tbsp
Canna-Butter, cut into 4 pats
Coarse sea salt and ground pepper
Green onions to garnish, optional
Chili powder to garnish, optional

Directions
1. Peel back corn husks, leaving them attached at the base of the ear. Remove and discard the stringy silk and pull husks back over the corn.
2. Preheat grill to high and lightly oil the grates.
3. Place corn on grill. Cover and cook, turning occasionally, with tongs, until husks are slightly charred and corn is tender, about 15 to 20 minutes.
4. Remove ears from grill. Holding the bottom of hot ears with a towel, peel back husks and, with a knife, coat kernels with canna-butter.
5. Season corn with salt, pepper, and chili powder and garnish with chopped green onions. Serve.

Happy feasting!

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