Drag queens are awesome. Cooking shows are awesome. Cooking with Drag Queens combines the two into a fabulous web series where you get to know your favorite queens better and meet some fabulous new gals.
Cooking With Drag Queens - Kim Chi - Bi Bim Bap (Korean style mixed rice)
There’s something magical about Korean pickled vegetables. Those salty, savory delicacies are not only delicious, but really good for you and your tummy. One of the most fabulous dishes from Korea is we adore is Bi Bim Bap, which literally translates to "mixed rice."
Cooking With Drag Queens - Sharon Needles - Asian Breakfast Tacos
If you hold up a mirror and say Sharon Needles' name three times, she will appear. Check out this fabulous Cooking with Drag Queens video where we make Asian inspired breakfast tacos with Sharon Needles.
Cooking With Drag Queens - Lola Von Miramar - Arroz Con Pollo (Rice with Chicken)
One of my favorite dishes from my home of Puerto Rico is arroz con pollo, or in English, rice with chicken. Growing up in San Juan, we this dish all the time, but especially on special occasions like birthdays and holidays when you had to feed a lot of people.
Cooking With Drag Queens - Darienne Lake - Luther Burgers, Ladies Brunch Burgers
One of the most fascinating and controversial cooking videos we’ve ever seen is Paula Deen’s Ladies Brunch Burger, a diabolical combination of eggs and bacon on top of a burger, with two sugary glazed donuts as buns.
Now, Paula Deen claims the donut, egg and bacon burger creation is her own, ...
Cooking With Drag Queens - Teri Yaki - Dreamsicle Cream Puffs
For weddings, New Year’s Eve or any special event, Marc and I love to make cream puffs.
Whenever we bring them to parties, people can't accept that we made them ourselves. Maybe it’s because they appear created by the gods, when in reality they are so easy, any mortal can make them with the s...
Cooking with Drag Queens | "Artisanal Toast - Kelly Mantle & Milk"
Artisanal toast is right now one of hottest food trends in San Francisco. Some people going as far to say it's ruining the city, because you now have restaurants charning 10 dollars and up for a toasted slice of bread with some fancy toppings.
You don't have to be America's Next Drag Superstar...