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He Put A Potato On A Wooden Skewer…When He Started Cutting It, I Was SO Confused

Baked potatoes are great. Throw some butter and salt on ’em right when they come out of the oven, and I’ve reached carby nirvana. But then one man posed the question, “How can you make baked potatoes better?” and his answer is beautifully crispy and all-around perfect.

Just grab a wooden skewer and get ready to drool:

These spirals are everything. Pass the ketchup, please!

These Doughy Biscuits Are Hiding A Meaty And Cheesy Secret — Oh. My. God.

Personally, I don’t understand why people would choose not to eat gluten.

I mean, me? I can’t get enough of it! For starters, tons of foods that I love have gluten in them. And then there’s the whole thing — science — that says gluten isn’t actually bad for you (unless, of course, you have Celiac disease). If anything, you’re just causing yourself annoyance by having to pay for special gluten-free foods.

But back to the good stuff…this recipe!

When you combine biscuits (in all their gluten-y goodness), ground beef, cheese, and bacon, you’re bound to have a mouth party by the end. Just watch — and try not to drool all over yourself.

First you’re going to need mini biscuit dough. These geniuses used 24 biscuits.

Roll out some ground beef and then cut it into one-inch squares.

Cook it up!

Cook a pound of bacon too, because…well, bacon.

Flatten the biscuits out…these guys are about to get stuffed!

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Add little chunks of mozzarella and cheddar cheese.

On goes little hamburger pieces.

And the bacon!

Repeat, finishing off with a squirt of ketchup.

Fold in the edges to make little balls…

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And load them into a cast-iron skillet — bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees.

Grind up the extra bacon and beef in a food processor.

When they look like this, take ’em out of the oven.

Top with cheese, beef, bacon, and cheese — in that order.

Put the delicious dish back in at 400 for ten more minutes.

Serve with ketchup, mustard, mayo, or whatever your heart desires.

If your reaction is something like this, we don’t blame you.

It’s totally warranted.

This Dessert Is Epically Delicious…And You Don’t Even Need To Bake It

If you’re like me, your oven acts more like an extra storage space for your cramped kitchen than it does a functional home appliance. Sure, sometimes I clear it out for the ambitious pie or baked chicken, but those things take so long to make and require so much effort.

But what if I told you that there’s a simple dessert you can make in minutes…without ever touching an oven?

Yes, friends, this no-bake cheesecake is a thing of beauty and it’s so easy to whip up!

I know what you’re thinking — you never knew cheesecake was so easy to make!

What She Does With 7-Up Is Pure Culinary Genius (And It Looks So Delicious)

Okay, okay, soda might not be great for you, but you can’t deny that it’s delicious, right?

Sitting out by the pool with an ice-cold glass of fizzy goodness is basically the definition of refreshing. Speaking of foods that aren’t really healthy but taste way too good, let’s talk about cake for a second. Actually, let’s talk about soda and cake. If these two treats are high on your “gotta have this right now” list, this amazing recipe is the one for you.

I really need to learn how to bake, because this is just too good to miss.

This Hero Loves Bacon So Much, He Decided To Cure His Own

How much do you love bacon?

No matter how many meals you arbitrarily sprinkle it on, you’re never going to love the savory topper more than Reddit user fourthwardco. When he bought 8.6 pounds of pork, he decided to actually cure his own bacon.

As he walks us through the steps, you’ll realize the difference between cooking bacon and curing it is like the difference between babysitting a child and having one of your own. And rest assured, this guy loves his little bacon baby!

When fourthwardco bought this 8.6-pound slab of pork at his local butcher, he knew exactly what to do with it.

First, he lathered his prize in a layer of pure maple syrup.

Next, he made his own rub with pink curing salt, kosher salt, brown sugar, and ground pepper.

He made sure to spread that deliciousness all over the meat on both sides.

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Now for the actual curing…fourthwardco put the meat into a 2.5-gallon Ziploc bag (yes, apparently those exist) and stored it in an aluminum pan, in case it leaked.

For seven days, he let the juices marinate the meat, flipping it over at least once a day to redistribute the seasoning.

Finally, it was smokin’ time! The meat went onto a smoker with 200°F coals and chunks of hickory wood for extra flavor. The smoking process took around four hours.

When the meat reached an internal temperature of 150°F, it was ready.

He put the pork back in the fridge overnight and sliced it up the next day.

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Ahhhh the good stuff…

It may have taken over a week to make a BLT, but I think we can all agree it was SO worth it.

And that’s how bacon babies are made, ladies and gentlemen.

Honestly, I’d eat that bacon seasoning on its own. I may have a bacon problem.

He Put Mashed Potatoes In His Hand, But What He Places Inside Will Make You Drool

Mashed potatoes are great on their own — I mean, what’s not to love about creamy, mashed-up carbs?! If you add garlic or gravy to the mix? Forget about it…you’ve got me for the whole afternoon.

But what happens when you make mashed potatoes into finger food? I’d be inclined to say you’re crazy, but it gets better

If you’re prone to drooling, get a napkin before hitting play.

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Bean And Cheese Stuffed Mashed Potato Balls

Posted by Proper Tasty on Saturday, January 2, 2016

These are officially better than tater tots, even!

By Mixing Peanut Butter And Eggs Together, You Can Make These Delicious Cookies FAST!

With winter comes the very real possibility of getting snowed in. Much of the east coast just experienced that with Winter Storm Jonas. This can leave you feeling restless and bored, so if you start to get cabin fever, you might want to find something to do.

What better way to pass the time than by making some delicious cookies? These suckers take very little time to whip up and only have a few ingredients. Next thing you know, you’re going to be chowing down on chocolate chip cookies that don’t even require an oven!

Who wants to wait 20 to 30 minutes for cookies to come out of the oven when you can get near-instant gratification right from your microwave?!

Bring it on, snow.

21 Impossibly Delicious Ways To Eat Avocado For Dinner

End your day with an avocado-stuffed burger.

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1. Spicy Shrimp and Avocado Salad With Miso Dressing

For a salad that’s anything but basic. Get the recipe here.

2. Tomato, Avocado, Mushroom, and Corn Soup

You didn’t know avocado could get this cozy. Get the recipe here.

3. Stovetop Avocado Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Sneak something healthy into your favorite comfort food. Get the recipe here.

4. Asparagus, Snap Pea, and Avocado Pasta

Light, healthy, delicious. Get the recipe here.

5. Avocado-Stuffed Burger

It’s like nesting dolls but for protein. Get the recipe here.

6. Smoked Salmon, Avocado, and Arugula Salad

For a smoky take on a dinner salad. Get the recipe here.

7. Five-Ingredient Easy White Chicken Chili

Add a little color (and texture) to your bowl. Get the recipe here.

8. Quinoa Salad With Asparagus, Peas, Avocado, and Lemon Basil Dressing

Make this quick dish in 30 minutes (including prep time!). Get the recipe here.

9. Chicken Avocado Burgers

For the juiciest burgers that won’t dry out in the refrigerator. Get the recipe here.

10. Charred Corn and Avocado Pizza

Get some green into your pizza. Get the recipe here.

11. Grilled Salmon With Avocado Salsa

Top off a piece of salmon with this inspired mixture. Get the recipe here.

12. Pepita and Avocado Pasta

Mix up pasta night with creamy avocado sauce. Get the recipe here.

13. Cucumber, Avocado, and Feta Salad

A quick and easy side dish that compliments every meal. Get the recipe here.

14. Avocado Naan Flatbread With Kale and Roasted Acorn Squash

Use avocado to make naan and impress your foodie friends. Get the recipe here.

15. Avocado Orzo With Shrimp


Make orzo a taste extra rich with warm avocado mixed in. Get the recipe here.

16. Tuna and Avocado Brown Rice Bowl

The perfect fast (and healthy) food for when you’re running late. Get the recipe here.

17. Avocado Grilled Cheese

For a little health kick that only adds to the flavor. Get the recipe here.

18. Zucchini Pasta and Creamy Avocado-Cucumber Sauce

For an all-veggie feast. Get the recipe here.

19. Avocado and Parmesan Pasta

Simple, healthy, and positively delicious. Get the recipe here.

20. Chicken and Avocado Soup

The perfect feel-good food just got that much more perfect. Get the recipe here.

21. Portobello Mushrooms With Avocado Pesto

Dress up veggies with some serious flavor. Get the recipe here.

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19 Recipes That All Use One Unexpected Ingredient — YUM

There’s nothing like a cold beer on a hot day, but any other time of the year, you’re more likely to find me with a spirit in my hand than a lager. But for those who love knocking down pints of ales, stouts, and malts, you might want to take a look at all the other things you can do with your beer.

Introducing the vast world of cooking with brews…get ready, because this is going to change your world.

1. This marriage of beer, cheese, and pulled chicken is a good way to start off.

2. Even hummus can get a kick in the pants with some IPA.

3. Grilled cheese becomes infinitely better when you soak the bread in beer.

4. Fish tacos + beer = a match made in food heaven.

5. Risotto is tough to make, but I think this ale addition makes it worth your while.

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6. It’s my belief that cheese and beer were destined for one another…and that bacon puffs were meant to be dipped into that mixture.

7. The wheat beer in this pizza dough gives it a distinct, delicious taste.

8. Customize this three-ingredient beer bread by using your favorite brew.

9. Then again, I might choose this more complex garlic, cheese, and beer bread instead.

10. This spicy beer shrimp dish is to die for.

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11. I want all of this beer braised pulled pork. Right now.

12. Winter may be over but that doesn’t mean you can’t still make this beer braised beef stew.

13. Throw some brie, cheddar, apples, and beer into a pot and you make a beyond delicious soup.

14. I’m no vegetarian but these eggplant burgers with honey beer-glazed caramelized shallots are too good to pass up.

15. If you just want a beer-y side, these buttered mushrooms will go with anything.

16. Brittle is good. Brittle with bacon is better. Brittle with bacon and beer is the best.

17. I just fell in love with these chocolate beer brownies.

18. If you like glazed doughnuts, you’ll LOVE these ones with beer.

19. These mini cheesecakes are double trouble — they’re made with chocolate stout and topped with salted beer caramel sauce.

More beer, please!

I Need These Mini Deep-Dish Pizzas In My Life, And So Do You

If there’s one problem with pizza (there honestly isn’t), it would be that when you order it, you sometimes get way too much for one human to handle. Normally, I would just throw the leftover pieces in the fridge and eat them the next day (or an hour later. Don’t judge me!), but for a guy trying to count calories who still loves pizza, this recipe by Jumble Joy is perfect!

It satiates my cravings without making me feel like a pizza monster is going to burst out of my stomach like something in Alien. Sound like a recipe you need in your life? Check this out.

Hey, waiting 15 minutes for these to cook beats waiting for the pizza guy to show up! When you make your favorite takeout dishes at home, you get to control how many gut-busting ingredients end up (or don’t end up) in the finished product.