Unless you just woke up from a coma that started in 1993, you may've realized LA has no pro football squad, which is why we tapped two of LA's best chefs and one uber-talented mixologist to ratchet up your depression eats with these easy-to-make, sweet recipes:
Pancake Lasagna Eric Greenspan, The Foundry On Melrose This breakfast-anytime creation from the former Next Iron Chef contestant is essentially stacks upon stacks of eggs, bacon, cheese, and sausage, interspersed with pancakes and maple syrup, and then baked, though judging by the dish, that's kind of self-evident.
Nutella Popcorn Jordan Kahn, Red Medicine This sweet-and-savory recipe from the chef who notoriously helped "out" the LA Times restaurant critic contains a couple exotic-sounding ingredients, all of which can be found at Whole Foods, from smoked paprika powder to refined coconut oil, which is excellent at balancing a book on its cap while descending stairs.
Sarsaparilla Bowl Aidan Demarest, The Spare Room The acclaimed mixologist drops this ultra-tasty booze-coction, which uses ice cream, lemons, bourbon and your choice of either four root beers or two beers and the hard-to-find sarsaparilla liquor Root, which you should only attempt to locate if you have Quest-love.
Published: February 3, 2011 at 4:00am EST
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