Some things never go out of style. They just take on a somewhat newish look now and again. Witness these kid- and adult-friendly drumsticks rolled in crumbs of any sort. Panko. Potato chips. Wasabi peas. Rice crackers. We could go on.
Get out your go-go boots, halter tops, and cocktail umbrellas. The '60s are back. In a big way. And they're groovier than ever.
Not a lot has changed since you last had this after-school classic. It's still easy. It's still quick. And it's still gosh darned comforting as heck.
This classic, hearty, homey dish—just like something your grandma used to make—is the perfect one-pot meat and potatoes meal.
Without further ado or feigned guilt, allow us to reacquaint you with a long-lost childhood friend.
Sometimes smoke gets in your eyes. Sometimes smoke gets in your martini glass. We must say, we much prefer the latter.
A little sugar, a splash of bitters, and a lotta booze—your grandma's go-to drink. (Oh wait, was that just our family?!)
The classic martini--you know, the one sipped throughout decades past--dispenses with questions of shaken or stirred, dirty or dry. It just is what it is.
Incomparably better than what comes out of a box, this mac n cheese is so darn good, it may even be better than what Mom used to make. Velveeta optional.
Remember when sitting around and noshing on crab Rangoon and coconut shrimp was the height of chic? Some say it still is.
Rye whiskey, vermouth, Grand Marnier, and bitters all work the devil's magic in this all-but-forgotten formula for a cocktail classic.
Better known as seven layer bars, this bewitching stack of graham cracker crumbs, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate, coconut, and nuts just may exceed your childhood memories.
Larded with bacon, freckled with hints of fresh parsley and cilantro, and left pleasingly, old-fashionedly chunky, this country-style pâté redefines refined.
This evocatively named dip isn't the same as the one of yore. It's got the same sumptuous taste, the same creamy texture, the same luminous color, just not the same calorie count.