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Check Out Rihanna’s Easy Mac and Cheese Recipe

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As Rihanna once said sang, “You know I got the sauce, you know I’m saucy,” and we couldn’t help but wonder, was she referring to herself or her macaroni and cheese recipe? The singer shared her recipe with Esquireback in 2014, but it has recently reemerged thanks to TikTok, giving fans a taste of her cooking skills. It was quickly noticed that she adds a bit more to her pasta than just cheese, and while the ingredients might seem a little interesting, they work together to create a dish like no other.

Rihanna’s secret to her iconic recipe includes three standout ingredients: ketchup, mustard, and pepper sauce. Thanks to these saucy additions, it’s not quite the same as the typical mac and cheese you might

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This Quick Chilled Soup Recipe Is Rich and Refreshing

ALL THAT BUZZ A drizzle of honey is optional here. But its sweetness, acidity and umami quality lend depth to high-summer tomatoes.



Photo:

JENNY HUANG FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY Tyna Hoang, PROP STYLING BY SOPHIE STRANGIO

The Chef: Ryan Bartlow



Illustration:

Matthew Cook

His Restaurants: Ernesto’s in New York City.

What He’s Known For: Cooking Spanish classics without compromise. Paying homage to regional traditions. Raising New York’s tapas game.

AS A YOUNG CHEF Ryan Bartlow chanced on the “El Bulli” cookbook by Spanish molecular gastronomist Ferran Adrià and was duly wowed. “I’d never seen food like this,” he said of the avant-garde recipes. Mr. Bartlow made his way to a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant outside San Sabastián, where he cooked complicated meals for a year.

While he was there, however, the Spanish cooking that captured his heart was more

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60 Biggest TikTok Viral Recipe Trends of 2021

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The beauty of TikTok is that you just never know what you’re going to get. I held off getting the TikTok app because I thought it was only about dancing. Then, by word of mouth, I heard about the Nacho Table Trend and Whipped Coffee. All the chatter was enough to lure me in and I became an instant fan of this giant world of cooking videos.

These viral TikTok recipes are not the perfectly curated videos you will find on other social media channels though. These are tried-and-true recipes made by regular people; people looking to get tasty food on the table, no matter how pretty. And sometimes the best TikTok recipes are the ones that seem questionable, but actually turn out amazing. Ramen Lasagna, anyone?

Related: What Is TikTok?

You might expect to find recipe staples like perfectly-seared cast iron steaks, overnight oats and

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Ravneet Gill’s recipe for peanut butter mousse bars | Baking

I created something similar to this for the dessert menu at Black Axe Mangal in London, with a caramel centre and using a silicone, bar-shaped mould. You can set the mousse into any shape moulds you have to hand, ready to pop out and dip into chocolate; alternatively, set in glasses ready to dig in with a spoon. Use your favourite peanut butter here – I like dark roasted chunky peanut butter, because I love the texture and contrast of the peanuts through the mousse.

Peanut butter mousse bars

Prep 10 min
Chill 4 hr+
Cook 40 min
Makes 7-8 bars

2 gelatine leaves (I use Dr Oetker)
100ml whole milk
50g caster sugar
3 egg yolks

20g maple syrup
75g peanut butter

1 pinch
sea salt (I use Maldon)
200ml double cream
100g milk chocolate
20ml neutral oil
10g chopped peanuts or cocoa nibs

Soak the gelatine

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