Today, the Youtube yoinkage is going into the kitchen. Normally, I don't really like cooking at all, but considering yesterday was American Thanksgiving, it's been on my mind. As an added bonus, here's a recipe my mom found for my gluten intolerant sister. It's insanely delicious but really rich and filling, so cut it into smaller slices:
2/3 cup chocolate chips
2 tablespoons heavy cream
2 teaspoons shortening
1 cup chopped walnuts
melt everything but nuts, then add nuts and pour/spread into pie plate. refrigerate 1 hour before filling
1 8 ounce package of cream cheese
1 cup peanut butter (optional: 2 extra tables spoons for garnish)
1/2 cup sugar
1 12 ounce package cool whip, thawed
optional: hot fudge
beat cream cheese until smooth, add peanut butter and sugar, mix well. Fold in 3 cups cool whip, top with fudge and cool whip.
Onto the videos!
Clip one: For some reason, I was wondering if there could ever be a raw food cooking show, on account of the food staying, well, raw. This adorable child demonstrating how to make raw cookies showed me that it could be possible (but 3 hours in a dehydrator? Who would think raw food would be so much work?)
clip two: Now, I couldn't have a post about cooking and hockey without including this clip of Evgeni Malkin and Alyonka Larionov on PensTV. Highlights include ample use of Russian, obvious sexual tension, and a surprise visit from Kris LeTang.
Clip three: Jody Vance and Wade Belak go cooking in an episode of "Wade a Minute." Highlights include...well, Wade Belak cooking. That's all you need to know