SAUSAGE PARTY SINWICH

August 24, 2015
sausage n peppers served 2

Big Ol’ Sausage Cumming your way!

Make room! Make room!  A massive sausage is coming straight for your open mouth.  There’s not a whole lot you can do but smile like a donut.  But don’t fear it.  Taste it.  Enjoy it.  Love it.  There’s nothing wrong with phallic food so long as you are comfortable with yourself and enjoy good food.  Just to make you feel better, you can Price Albert the sausage to make it less threatening.  Throw in all the veggies and aphrodisiac avocado and you have an innocuous, yet delicious open-faced sandwich to enjoy with your date.  Need I mention that you can whip these up in 10 minutes flat while you wax poetic with your game?  Now drop your inhibitions and pick up that big ol’ massive meaty sausage. Read the rest of this entry »


SUN-DRIED SEX APPEAL PASTA

September 26, 2011
Enjoy this pasta responsibly by wearing at least SPF 15 when you bang outdoors.

Enjoy this pasta responsibly by wearing at least SPF 15 when you bang outdoors.

All that time in the sun will do one of two things: in youth, it makes you look hotter and more desirable; but as the years wear on, all that sunlight can reduce your body to a leather handbag.  I have witnessed many sun-worshipping hotties wither away in a matter of years.  What a waste of a perfectly hard body.  Anyway…this digression was brought to you by Coppertone suntan lotion.  The point to all this warbling is that drying yourself out in the sun is not sexy, but doing the same to a tomato makes my engines revs.  See I’m totally gay for tomatoes as is.  But when you concentrate the lycopene-laced flavor and it becomes like Spanish Fly.  Sex appeal oozes at your pores the moment you throw the sun-dried love into the mix.  This simple pasta dish went from a subdued “Yay…” to a scream-from-the-highest-rooftop “How you like me now?!”  Enjoy this pasta responsibly by wearing at least SPF 15 when you bang outdoors. Read the rest of this entry »


THIS LITTLE FIGGY EGGS

April 14, 2010

Naughty nursery rhyme time!

This little figgy went to the market (to buy ingredients and condoms)
This little figgy stayed home (and Cooked to Bang)
This little figgy had roast beef (curtains)
This little figgy had none (because he was cooking for a vegan)
And this little figgy went “Wee! Wee! Wee!” all the way home (bragging about the latest CTB conquest).

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WRAP & STUFF THAT SAUSAGE

March 8, 2010

This post brought to you unofficially by Planned Parenthood. "Got condoms? You god damn right!"

CTB is all about promoting responsibility in our depravity. Sure we cook and bang with reckless abandon, but never at the cost our health or our playthings’. I don’t mean this to sound like an after school special PSA with a crack addicted pregnant teenager fighting for the final spot on the cheerleading squad. But you should wrap that shit up before spelunking. That way you can bang from here to eternity. It’d be a damn shame to cut your CTB career so short. So how about getting some practice with this phallic dish? It’s win win: guys will become more mindful of the need to practice safe sex. Ladies will have a fine visual aid that can lead their minds to the dirty place. Now start wrapping before you start stuffing.

Total time: approximately 30 minutes
Projected cost: $7
Drinking Buddy: KINKY PINKY LADY

Ingredients (serves 2)
1. 1 tbsp CALIVIRGIN olive oil
2. 9 large intact spinach leaves
3. 1 tbsp HONEY
4. 3 sausages (piggie or poultry)
5. 1 handful shredded mozzarella
6. 1/2 mango

Step 1
Preheat your oven to 350°F/175°C.  Peel away the mango skin and cut long thin slices. Split the sausage, leaving one side intact. Stuff the sausage with mango, mozzarella, and honey. Cut the stems away from the spinach and wrap the sausages, pinning the leaves with toothpicks.

Step 2
Drizzle a small baking pan with oil, rubbing it all in. Lay out the wrapped sausages evenly and throw in the oven. Bake until the spinach because crispy and the mozzarella melts (approx 25 min). Remove the toothpicks before serving.

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DOUBLE E-CUP MORNINGS

December 4, 2009

Go ahead. Cop a feel.

Ever woken up next to someone WAY out of your league? Last night is a blur, you’re unsure of this hottie’s name, and you’re wondering if your benefactor is Make A Wish Foundation.   However you got here is irrelevant should you wish to see this stone-cold sexpot after they walk out your door.  Sure if it was another skank you assured your friends, “I know. It’s been a while. But seriously, dude, I know!” you wouldn’t bother with an Eggo waffle.  But on rare occasions where your lucky ass hits the hookup jackpot, you need to bring your morning A-game.  This is one such meal memorable enough to get a repeat or three-peat or possibly a repeat with a three-peat of conquests. Just ask the ballerina I’m told I picked up at a black tie Art Gala I crashed. Pictures of the two of us in the BG behind celebrities smiling like douches confirms the story, but you could have told me I saved her from a crazy Sheik’s harem and I’d take your word for it. This girl was in a hurry, presumably to pirouette across some stage, so I had to hook her up on the quick.  The cabbage cups made one hell of a carb-light wrap for my tiny dancer to chow on the go.  Later on it was she who called me and texted me and facebooked me and…Chill, homegirl! This dish may just be too effective.

Total time: approximately 10 minutes

Projected cost: $6

Drinking Buddy: Fresh OJ or BANGARITA

Ingredients (serves 2):

1. 2 intact cabbage cups

2. 1 dash paprika

3. 1 dash black pepper

4. 1 dash salt

5. 2 tbsp CALIVIRGIN olive oil

6. 1 handful fresh spinach

7. SIMPLY SEXY SALSA

8. ½ AVOCADO sliced thinly

9. 2 sausages (pork/chicken/veggie) sliced thinly

10. 3 eggs

Step 1

Crack the eggs and whisk them together with the salt, black pepper and paprika.

Step 2

Sauté the sausage with olive oil until they brown on both sides (approx 3 min).  Mix in the spinach and sauté until it wilts (approx 2 min).  Pour in the egg mixture and scramble like a champ (approx 2 min).

Step 3

Scoop half of the eggs in each cabbage cup. Crown with avocado and salsa.

The odds of stopping this BREAKFAST from sealing the seduction package deal are not good.

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BREAK YOUR HEARTY PASTA

December 3, 2009

Each noodle is a thread of attraction sliding down their throat into their hearts.

Pasta was my love long before I appreciated the finer foods.  From the get-go, I slarped down cans of Chef Boyardee pasta letters, crazy for carbs.  You can imagine my frustration over the Atkins zombies ruining food for the rest of us. They don’t understand the rudimentary equation for health: balance of diet and exercise. Therefore their unhealthy dismissal of carbohydrates, the item most essential to early civilization development, makes the pasta pimp in me prep my hand for a bitch-slap.  Pasta gets me off.  It’s that simple. I need hearty fuel to keep me charging ahead when it’s cold and miserable outside.  How else am I going to keep myself charging through the day and make it through to another exhausting evening of cooking to bang?  There are too many hearts to break to get weak and mopey due to lack of premium gas pasta power. Your date will be equally stoked for the hearty comfort…unless they are an Atkins freak. Those folks are more likely to smothers their bun-free burger in cow’s blood and howl at the full moon.  FYI- Werewolves are hot in the sack, but my doctor says the claw marks dug into my back will probably scar.  Let this be a warning to Cook To Bang’s Team Jacob readers.

Total time: approximately 20 minutes
Projected cost: $7
Drinking Buddy: Red wine, sucka! Lots of it.

Ingredients (serves 2):
1. 2 tbsp CALIVIRGIN olive oil
2. 1 28-OZ can of crushed tomatoes
3. 1 kale bunch
4. 1 radish bunch with stalks/leaves
5. 1 tsp parsley flakes
6. 2 dashes salt
7. 2 sausages chopped into bite-sized pieces
8. Parmesan to taste
9. 2 garlic cloves sliced thinly
10. ½ lb whole wheat spaghetti

Step 1
While the spaghetti boils, complete steps 2 & 3. Once al dente, drain and mix in the complete sauce and crown with Parmesan, as you like.

Step 2
Wash the radishes, chopping the stocks and leaves into smaller pieces. Cut off the ends of the radish and slice into bite-sized rounds. Wash the kale too and cut into smaller pieces.

Step 3
Sauté the garlic and radishes in a stockpot until they soften (approx 5 min).  Add the radish leaves and kale and cook until they wilt like spinach (approx 3 min).  Push the sautéed veggies to one side and sauté the sausages until they brown (approx 3 min).  Pour in the tomato can, using a blunt object to pulverize them even further.  Spice the sauce with salt and parsley flakes, slow simmer until the pasta is ready, and then go back to Step 1.

This heartiest of hearty pastas goes great with GARLIC (MY BALLS) BREAD. More carbs, yay!

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POMEGRATIFY YOUR MORNING DESIRES

November 3, 2009
pomegranate scramble served

Antioxidize your sexual frustration!

I am most inclined to bang in the morning.  My attention is, shall we say, piqued? Not sure if has to do with the fact I’m well rested of that my dreams are so goddamn sexy that I turn myself on.  Considering my dreams are essentially Red Shoe Diaries episodes minus David Duchovny, I’d go with the latter.  When I have company come morning time, then the whirlwind of screams, moans and panting expressions of gratitude before and after breakfast are assured.  But there are occasions when I wake up alone, hungry for something that is not there.  Wondering what I do during those moments of frustration?  I forego the desire to go postal and channel my energy into a badass breakfast that will get my brain charged and inspired to not repeat another sexless morning.  This little treat was concocted and it satisfied most of my needs.  This weekend I remade this breakfast delight for my late night Halloween guest before homegirl did the walk of shame dressed like a slutty ice cream cone.  Could you blame me for going for the girl dressed like food?  I do after all, Cook to Bang…or in this case, lick to bang.

pomegranate scramble prepTotal time: approximately 10 minutes
Projected cost: $6
Drinking Buddy: NOT-SO-TEENY WEENY BELLINI

Ingredients (serves 2):
1. 1 tbsp CALIVIRGIN olive oil
2. 2 sausages cut in bite-sized pieces
3. 1 dash salt
4. 1 dash black pepper
5. 3 eggs
6. ½ pomegranate worth of seeds
7. 1 handful shredded jack cheese
8. ½ onion chopped coarsely

Step 1
Beat the eggs with salt, pepper and half the pomegranate seeds.  CLICK HERE if you want to know the trick to getting removing the seeds.
pomegranate scramble beat
Step 2
Sauté the onions and sausage with the olive oil.  Pour in the eggs mixture and scramble like a champ.  Turn off the heat, throw the cheese over the top and cover until the cheese melts (approx 2 min).  Scatter shot the remaining pomegranate seeds and serve.
pomegranate scramble saute scramble
Serve this classy, antioxidant breakfast with some SWEET ASS-BROWNS or FORBIDDEN FRUIT SALAD.
pomegranate scramble served 2

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BREAK YOU OFF SOMETHING BURRITO

December 15, 2008
Hola, amigos.  Breakfast burritos makes your game grow.
Hola, amigos. Breakfast burritos makes your game grow.

The breakfast burrito is amazingly versatile in its ease to make and ability to please.  The only ingredients you absolutely need are eggs, tortilla and hot sauce.  But the more sexy ingredients you can add, the greater the meal.  Be bold, be imaginative, be victorious!  Below is a recipe based on what was in my fridge at the moment.  My date had no complaints since she downed the burrito in three large bites then dragged me by the hand back to bed.  Much praise for the people of Mexico and their culinary masterpiece. Mornings have never been so easy.  Ole!

Total time: approximately 10 minutes
Projected cost: $5
Drinking Buddy: Orange juice or beer if it’s one of those mornings

breakfast-burrito-prepIngredients (for two burrito):
1. 2 tortillas
2. 1 teaspoon of salt
3. 1 tablespoon olive oil
4. Hot sauce (chef’s choice)
5. 1 sausage link cut into thin strips
6. ½ a jalapeño diced
7. 3 eggs
8. 1 handful chopped cilantro
9. 1 tomato chopped coarsely
10. 1 handful jack or mozzarella cheese
11. 2 green onions chopped coarsely
12. 2 handfuls of fresh, washed spinach

Step 1
Cook the sausage strips in a pan on medium heat without oil until they brown, set aside.  Beat the eggs with cilantro and salt.  Turn your oven to the lowest setting (about 150 degrees F) and warm up your tortillas.
breakfast-burrito-sausage-beat
Step 2
On medium heat, heat the olive oil into a pan and cook the green onions for 1 minute. Throw in the spinach and cook until it wilts.  Pour in the egg mixture and scramble it until it is still moist but not runny.  Turn off the heat, throw the cheese over the eggs and cover with a lid so the cheese melts.
breakfast-burrito-veggies-eggs
Step 3
Remove the tortillas from the oven and place on separate plates.  Drop half the sausage into each, and then place eggs into each pocket.  Crown each burrito with tomatoes and hot sauce before rolling it up tight.  Serve with orange juice or beer if you’re nursing a hangover.
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SU-SWEATY BALLS-O-YAY! (spaghetti bolognese)

December 8, 2008
This hearty Italian classic will make anyone sing falsetto.  Ave Maria, baby!
This hearty Italian classic will make anyone sing falsetto. Ave Maria, baby!

“Ave Maria!” you sing from the plaza of the Italian village.  Your intended conquest comes out onto the balcony to gaze down at the lust in your eyes.  You continue with your falsetto, beckoning your lovely to join you for a magnificent meal that will knock their socks and knickers off.  They will smell the slow cooked perfection of this hearty, meaty dish from the “old country” and naturally follow you like a lemming on its way to an orgy.  This is the power of great Italian food.  The Italians pay such keen attention to the details whether it’s their fine tailored clothes or renowned culinary creations. Why should you treat the food any differently?   You may or may not be Italian, but that doesn’t mean you should boil spaghetti and cover it with sauce from a jar.  Cooking without passion is like banging without an orgasm.  There is really no point.  Don’t waste your date’s time or your charm on forgettable food.  This dish is guaranteed to spice up your night.  COOK TO BANG is not responsible should your lover scream aloud, “Mama Mia!”

Total time: approximately 1-3 hours depending on level of perfection desired

Projected cost for ingredients: $15 (still cheaper than a restaurant, many ingredients will last many more meals, and there will be leftovers)

bolognaise-prepIngredients:
1. ½ cup of red wine
2. 1 tablespoon of salt
3. 1 28oz. can of crushed tomatoes
4. 1 tablespoon of crushed red pepper flakes
5. 2 tablespoons of olive oil
6. ½ cup of heavy cream (optional)
7. 1 pound of ground beef or turkey
8. 2 pork or chicken sausage links chopped into bite-sized pieces
9. Parmesan cheese
10. 2 handfuls of thinly sliced mushrooms
11. 2 carrots peels and shredded
12. 5 celery stalks chopped
13. 1 red onion minced
14. 1 pound pack of spaghetti
15. 5 garlic cloves minced

Step 1
Turn the stove on to medium heat.  Heat the olive oil in a large stockpot and throw in the garlic and onions and cook until they are translucent.  Throw in the mushrooms, carrots and celery and cook the veggies down, adding the crushed red pepper flakes for spice (adjust to your preference: ½ tablespoon = snore, 2 tablespoons = hot damn!).
bolognaise-veggies
Step 2
Add the ground meat and sausage to the stockpot, mix it up with the veggies and cook until the meat turns grey.  Pour in the red wine and cook until the liquid dissolves.
bolognaise-meat
Step 3
Boil water in a separate pot and cook the spaghetti al dente.
bolognaise-pasta
Step 4
Pour the crushed tomatoes into the stockpot with the veggies and meat and mix together thoroughly.  Bring it all to a boil, then turn the heat down to its lowest setting and cook for 1-2 hours, occasionally stirring or adding water when sauce becomes too thick.  If desired, stir in the heavy cream a few minutes before you are ready to eat and allow the sauce to thicken.  Now serve the sauce over spaghetti with garlic bread and a bottle or red wine.  Sing falsetto as you present the food if possible.
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SCREW YOUR BRAINS OUT SCRAMBLE

November 26, 2008
Rambling, gambling and scrambling for a little sexy time.

Rambling, gambling and scrambling for a little sexy time.

Did the date go better than expected?  Has it already been a long morning already with the third round of coed naked Wrestle Mania?  You both must be famished and deserve a worthy recharge.  Protein and veggies should get you back on track for the afternoon of blowing of errands to go for gold in the one-hour orgasm.  Scrambles combine the flavor of the omelet with the simplicity of a boring side of scrambled eggs.  It’s chef’s choice in what to toss in the pan with the eggs.  There are as many possible combinations of veggies, meats, cheeses and flavor as sexual positions in that perverted mind of yours.  Below is essentially a killer combo available in my fridge at the time of creation.  My ravenous breakfast companion would have settled for a Pop Tart.  But why would I allow such a beautiful beggar to settle for anything less than an edible orgasm?

scramble-prepIngredients (for two):
1. 1 teaspoon of salt
2. 1 tablespoon of olive oil
3. 1 chicken sausage chopped in bite-size pieces
4. 3 eggs
5. 2 handfuls of spinach
6. 6 ½ a red bell pepper diced
7. 1 handful of shredded mozzarella cheese
8. 2 green onions diced
9. ½ a handful of cilantro chopped finely

Step 1
Crack the eggs in a bowl, thrown in the salt and the cilantro and beat together.scramble-eggs
Step 2
Throw the olive oil in a pan and sauté the green onions and sausage on medium heat until they brown.  Add the spinach and red peppers, cooking until the spinach wilts and peppers soften.scramble-veggies
Step 3
Pour in the eggs mixture over the sausage and veggies evenly so it creates a circular pancake.  Once the eggs harden, mix it all around until cook thoroughly.scramble-eggs1

Step 4
Turn off the heat, toss the mozzarella over the eggs, and cover with a lid.  Give the cheese a minute or so to melt and serve it up with some breakfast potatoes, fruit salad, or the warm embrace of a tortilla.scramble-cheese

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