A thick book sits idly on a newly renovated black counter. The cover tips open, the pages fluttering and revealing their stark emptiness. The book settles on the first page, letters glimmering to life in the new bright lights of the kitchen.
Welcome back! What a way to start off the new decade than with a lovely new kitchen, and a magic cookbook to fill!
Love cooking up a storm like Negative Man? Can you bake a pie as good as Martha Kent’s? Ever had a dream of opening your own DC themed restaurant? Like showing off how good (or bad) your food looks? Just… enjoy food?
Ready those stove-tops, dust off those oven mitts, and get ready to make some kitchen magic! Create your way to the top for a chance to be featured in our news section!
HOW IT WORKS
- The first Monday of the month (except for this one ), I’ll post a new recipe for you to try in honor of a specific DC theme or character.
- Create the recipe right in your own DC Kitchen, or make your own and give it a DC inspired twist in accordance with the month’s theme!
- Post pictures of your results here in this thread! Take a picture with a DC collectible or book of its inspiration, or bake an image right into it! The possibilities are endless!
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines
In honor of the highly anticipated film arriving on DCU this month, we’ll be focusing on this marvelous iteration of Diana and the heroes (and villains) that accompany her.
Here’s this month’s example recipe:
- Chicken wings
- 12 oz. of cayenne pepper hot sauce
- Canola oil for frying
- 1 stick of butter or margarine
- Heat 3 inches of canola oil to 375° F.
- Carefully add the chicken to the oil. Fry until golden brown and fully cooked, or roughly 7 minutes. (The best way to know they’re cooked through is with a meat thermometer - find the thickest part of the meat, avoid the bone and make sure it’s at least 165° F)
- Remove the chicken once cooked. Let sit and drain on paper towels while making sauce.
- In a saucepan, combine the hot sauce and butter over medium heat. Once it’s just starting to boil, remove from heat.
- Toss wings in sauce. Serve ASAP!
(I’ve got a baked recipe in the comments!)
Post pictures and recipes of your culinary creations in the comments below! We’ll be picking our favorite to feature in the news section every month.