Oven roasted and a little tangy, our pork loin recipe is easy and saucy.
Dirty Girls Kitchen
Salad recipes need not be sad. This saucy salade nicoise is unforgettable, if rebellious. But that’s what we do: break the rules.
The secret to this sumptuous sausage, red onion and spinach focaccia pizza is that you reap all the deliciousness of doing-it-yourself without any of the work. Kind of like using a vibrator when your hands are tired.
This is for when you want comfort food, but you need to class it up a bit, which is totally my style – and I know it’s yours too. Feel free to experiment a...
Since it’s been so damn long since we’ve gotten dirty together, fair readers, I wanted to cook up something that would be epically sexy and a goddamn mess all at the same time. You...
Our battle royale features nachos two ways. Lobster and carne asada. Lots of cheese. And as always, extra spice.
We’d cry, but our makeup is ridiculously expensive. So let’s all have a toast with something extra bubbly instead, m’kay? You know that we couldn’t have it any other way, right?
Because once is never enough, we have our second showing of March’s Game of Three Questions with the Dirty Girls. Round two of the sexiest Spanish Inquisition around, only this time it’s Meredith M. asking the questions of Eve.
We asked you to cook one of our recipes and post on Facebook in exchange for the opportunity to ask us any three questions, filthy as they may be. Beetle’s Kitchen Escapades did just that and here’s the result of her no-holds-barred interview.
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.