Category: Sexy Food for the Dirty Girl

Romantic Recipes

Pomegranate Lemon Drop

Like a pretty pink nipple just waiting to be licked, this perfect Pomegranate Lemon Drop looks sweet but is full of danger. Fresh lemon juice brings the pucker to the party, but if you can’t stand any sweetness whatsoever, replace the sugar in that rim job with crushed chilies and salt. Sugar and salt and spice, oh my!

Spiced Beef Tenderloin with Chipotle Hollandaise

Make this spiced beef tenderloin with pork if you like. When you rub chipotle hollandaise all over the place, it doesn’t matter what protein you invite to be the star of the show. Everyone will be coming. Repeatedly.

Happy Belated Birthday Mel with Dirty Girl’s Fried Oysters Rockefeller

What happens when you make a crisp from parmesan and top with crispy pancetta, creamed spinach and a fried oyster? A fucking celebration! It was Mel’s birthday on the 18th (of the amazingly tasty food blog Edible Things) and because we need to make it up to her that we were fucking sloshed on the actual day AND she is all about the oyster, I’ve got those bitchin’ bivalves on my mind.

Bacon, Leek and Raclette Tarte with Frisée Salad

Kick up your ho hum quiche with creamy raclette cheese, crisp bacon and slow-cooked leeks for a tart that is so good, you’ll want to break all the rules and make out hard core. Plus, the accompanying frisée salad screams three way – do we see a deliciously dirty menage a trois in your future? Yes, we do.

Happy Hour with Cass

Shit week? You too? Well, let’s not wallow and instead do something about it by tying one on. This sparkler is luscious and juicy with floral notes that’ll tingle you down to your toes. You deserve to feel that good given the insane week you’ve had and we are here to help. Love to love you, little mamas.

Easy Sleazy Coq au Vin

Our coq is easy and tasty, leaving you plenty of time to putter around the kitchen getting tipsy before it’s time to dig in. Nothing better than this easy-sleazy, as we take Julia Child’s classic version of coq au vin and pare it down for simple midweek cooking.