Adrian De Berardinis, The Bear-Naked Chef (the man I pretty much fell in love with overnight because, well, I mean, look at his butt him!), is taking his show abroad for three special “Travel Edition” episodes! His first stop is Madrid where he learns how to make a popular and traditional dish, albóndigas en salsa Española (meatballs in Spanish sauce).
The ten-minute show changes things up a bit for the Travel Edition. As mentioned above, Adrian learns about the traditional dish first – but worry not, pervs! He then he heads back to his kitchen, where he dons his familiar itty bitty apron (that’s still far too big IMO), gym socks, and nothing else!God bless him.
This incredibly sexy, savory and delicious specialty combines local ingredients and classic technique, and [it] will be a definite new favorite with my viewers. The recipe is easy-to-follow, has sophisticated flavors, and is a sure fire crowd-pleaser.
Speaking as someone who can make an OK meatball, I can see it’s clear Adrian is a truth-teller! It looks so easy to make that I’m going to try this one out in a couple of weeks, see how it goes!
Will you be making these meatballs, too? Or are you too busy looking for Adrian’s?
Last week, Iliza Shlesinger gave what was in my opinion one of the funniest late night sets in recent memory. Her appearance on The Tonight Show was a primer for her new Netflix Special “Freezing Hot.” If you’re not familiar with her, she’s a very animated and fast-paced comedian, and you’re going to love this set, I guarantee it! (Returns not accepted.)
For those of us who can’t wait until tomorrow though, here’s a neat music video I found by Swedish band, Platina Jazz! In their “Sailor Moon” video, the band gives a nod to everyone’s favorite bun-head with their own rendition of the original opening theme, “Moonlight Densetsu.”
Nacho Punch asks, “Have you ever wondered what Harry Potter would look like as a 1980’s anime?” Well, wonder no more! The result is as follows! Follow Harry through Neo Hogwarts as he’s hacked by Voldemort, the cyborg!
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