Some food makes you go “Yum!” Other food inspires “Yuk!” Every once in a while you’ll do a “Say what?” double take. This is the reaction you want when you Cook to Bang. Otherwise you’re wasting everybody’s time, especially your own. Make an impression or make love to yourself at the end of the date. The only way to inspire (nakedness) is to be inspired yourself. I approach each date with giddiness reserved for teenage girls who spot a vampire heartthrob brooding in his own special emo way. That way “Say what?” reaction to banging cuisine is quickly followed by, “The bedroom is this way.”
Total time: approximately 12 minutes
Projected cost: $10
Drinking Buddy: The beer you didn’t use in batter
Ingredients (serves 6)
1. Vegetable oil
2. Sweet chili sauce
3. 1 cup beer
4. 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
5. 3/4 cup flour
6. 8 jumbo SHRIMP
7. 1 handful shredded coconut
Create the coconut batter by mixing together the flour, panko bread crumbs, shredded coconut, and beer.
Fill up a small pot with oil and bring to a boil. Remove the shells from the massive shrimp. Dip the peeled shrimp in the coconut batter, drop the battered shrimp in the oil two at a time, and cook until brown. Use paper towels to dab away the excess oil.
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