Whip up a picante caliente buffet of one of our favorite Mexican dishes that dates back to the year something something B.C.
We’re doubling down on the jalapeno goodness for this one. For from jalapenos it came, and to jalapenos it shall return. Before being jalapeno stomach that is.
Get your slow cooker, call a few friends over, and grab a few cold beers because this is the perfect Saturday recipe.
Almost always a part of any cookout we throw here at “World Headquarters.” We mix the sauce right into the patty and it works some impressive magic for reasons we don’t fully understand nor feel like making up at the moment.
Since we have the Dead Red Bloody Mary for the hangover cure, we need a drink that’s worthy enough to earn you one in the first place. This drink is sweet, sour, spicy and stupendously superb.
A spicy, cheesy classic. This is the late-night snack version of nachos, not the impress your friends at the pool party version. We’re talking what you have in the refrigerator, a zap from the microwave, top it, and eat. Besides, complicated culinary concoctions become a little difficult after one too many Hooah Jalapeno Pineapple Margaritas…
Start by preheating your peanut oil to 400 degrees for frozen wings or 375 degrees for thawed. (Swap for vegetable oil if you must. We figure having a peanut allergy is an acceptable reason, or just stock up on epi-pens and let her rip. Also, our lawyers said don’t do that, but what do they know? They ain’t doctors.)
We got your back vegans! Even in a room of meat eaters these things disappear fast. Considering they’re a guilt free, low calorie and keto-friendly snack, we highly advise making more than you think you’ll need. Just increase the below recipe per head of cauliflower.