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Queer In The Kitchen

A collection of tasty recipes from Queer In The Kitchen, a project that follows two gays’ culinary misadventures. Testing and creating recipes and sharing them with you, all while drinking!

Greens With Pickled Radish

Growing up white trash without a lot of money, I always looked forward to the special treat of eating at Olive Garden. Mainly for the classy, high-dollar ambiance but also the […]

Corey’s Bayou Brown Jambalaya

Within five minutes of meeting our friend, Corey, he has probably 1) made you laugh your ass off and 2) told you no fewer than 18 facts about the city […]

Rachel’s Artichoke Dip

Other than a Real Housewives-esqe drink-in-the-face fight, we know of no better absolute crowd pleaser better than artichoke dip. Being that it is a few parts artichoke, most parts mayonnaise […]

Loretta Lynn’s Lemon Whippersnappers

Last year, we went with some friends to see the incredible, country music legend Loretta Lynn. Do you know what’s gayer than a group of grown-ass men drunkenly dancing and […]

Crab Rangoons

You’ll start to notice as you read more and more of our posts, that the Asian food infatuation comes, not from the actual Asian half of queer in the kitchen. They […]

Loaded Baked Potato Salad

There are few simple pleasures in life that compare to barbecue food. It is always delicious, almost always carb-centric and usually served (and eaten) in giant, heaping spoonfuls. Case in point, potato salad […]

Kyle’s Mac & Cheese Spring Rolls

One of the first meals that John made me were his infamous egg rolls. I’m not going to lie, I was pretty excited to eat an authentic Asian dish crafted […]

Brisket + Gouda Quesadillas + Honey-Bourbon Barbecue Sauce

Our Friday nights almost always involve dinner with friends. By “dinner” we mean a half dozen margaritas interspersed with some food, and by “friends” we mean more margaritas.      […]

Pound Cake French Toast

People always say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and most people’s favorite part of any meal is dessert. So, we are taking very little from column […]

Grilled Fruit Salad

When people speak of fruit salad I’m haunted by memories of those awful, slimy cups of peeled grapes and other indistinguishable fruit that the lunch lady, Linda, would thrust at […]