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    • 10/15/13
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      Delicious vegetable beef stew! This hearty beef stew recipe has what it takes to warm up a cold evening. Serve with homemade biscuits or cornbread for an extra treat! Printable beef stew recipe at
    • 10/2/13
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      The best Brussels Sprouts you will ever eat! Crispy fried Brussel sprouts with a zingy sweet-sour-salty dressing, cilantro, and shallots. You will love these Brussels sprouts! Printable recipe at
    • 9/26/13
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      Perfect Lemon Pound Cake Recipe! This was my grandma's lemon poundcake recipe and I added a lemon glaze to make it a little fancier, but that is optional of course! Printable Recipe Card:
    • 9/24/13
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      Extra Crispy Apple Crisp Recipe! This is one of my favorite apple desserts and it's a great way to use apples in season. It also happens to be gluten-free, but don't tell! ;)
    • Field trip to Austin farmers' markets and the most delicious beet BLT sandwich ever! Sponsored by Volkswagen of America (VWoA). Download the free app: See my Smilecast: A one day vehicle loan and a Nexus 4 phone were provided by VWoA in exchange for testing and promoting the SmileDrive app. Full Beet BLT Sandwich recipe and links atmoreless
    • how-to-boil-eggs
      Episode 08.27.13
      8/27/13
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    • Spam Musubi - Hilah Cooking
      Episode 08.27.13
      8/27/13
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      Learn how to make Spam Musubi with this easy video recipe. Spam Musubi is a Hawaiian specialty, often served at lunch or for a snack. Watch Veggietorial's vegan musubi video here:
    • 7/23/13
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      These mini chimichangas are vegetarian but that doesn't mean they're healthy! ;) Full recipe at
    • 7/23/13
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      Make grilled corn on the cob this summer! Best corn EVER.
    • 7/9/13
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      Make your own Doritos Locos Tacos! Full details and printable recipe card at
    • 7/2/13
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      Perfect for Fourth of July coming up! Simple, homemade strawberry ice cream! Full recipe at
    • Hilah Cooking | Chili Dog!
      Episode 06.26.13
      6/26/13
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      Check out my chili dog chili recipe in time for July 4th barbecues! Full recipe at
    • 6/19/13
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      Tres Leches Cake is possibly the BEST cake on the planet. Learn how to make it!
    • Hilah Cooking | Fruit Tart
      Episode 06.13.13
      6/13/13
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      Learn how to make a summer fruit tart! Printable recipe
    • Hilah Cooking | Kale Salad
      Episode 06.04.13
      6/4/13
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      Here's a delicious Kale Salad recipe + the #1 trick you need to know for Kale Salad Success. Get full recipe details and printable recipe card at
    • Make your own McDonald's McGriddles! Watch to end for a contest announcement. Full recipe and printable recipe card at:
    • 6/2/13
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      Learn how to make risotto with this basic risotto recipe. For more details and a printable recipe card, go to:
    • 6/2/13
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      Delicious chicken satay recipe that is both easy and healthy! Get the full printable recipe at
    • 5/17/13
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      Breakfast meatloaf is a delicious, fun, and easy make-ahead breakfast recipe! Homemade pork sausage recipe with some vegetables and eggs.
    • 5/15/13
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      If you like Pinkberry, you will love this maple frozen yogurt recipe! Light, creamy, naturally sweetened, you'll think it's ice cream. Full frozen yogurt recipe at
    • 5/15/13
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      Learn how to make crepes with this entertaining video recipe! Crepes are a light, delicate French pancake that you can fill with anything you like. Get the full recipe and printable recipe card at:
    • 5/9/13
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      Sushi rolls are a healthy and fast meal idea. These are vegetarian, but you can put anything you like in yours. The variations are endless! More sushi ideas at
    • Hilah Cooking | Chilaquiles
      Episode 05.04.13
      5/4/13
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      Chilaquiles are a renowned hangover cure in Mexico. You might need some this weekend. !Cinco de Mayo! Full Recipe at
    • 5/3/13
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      Learn how to make amazing vegetarian enchiladas with this easy video recipe! For more details and a printable recipe card, go to
    • Mexican Pizza
      Episode 04.25.13
      4/25/13
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      Taco Bell copycat recipe. Full details at
    • Socca Pizza
      Episode 04.25.13
      4/25/13
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      This easy gluten-free alternative to pizza is gonna make ya flip. Full recipe at
    • Learn how to make Flautas (or Taquitos) with this easy video recipe. For full details and printable recipe card, go to
    • Learn how to make beef sliders with California salad in this easy video recipe. For full details and printable recipe card, go to:
    • 3/23/13
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      Making your own Jell-O pops at home is easy! INGREDIENTS one 3 ounce box of Jell-O (any flavor you like) 1 cup boiling water 1 cup cold water (or juice) 1 cup sliced fruits and/or berries ice pop molds or cups and plastic spoons (see video for instructions on making your own molds) INSTRUCTIONS Dissolve Jell-O in boiling water. Add cold water Distribute fruits between molds Pour over Jell-O to cover. Insert sticks and freeze 3 hours until firm.moreless
    • 3/23/13
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      If you?re not from Texas, you probably have no idea what the hell queso is. I know, I know, you think you know that it means ?cheese? in Spanish and you are correct in that. But to a Texan, queso means something completely different. Sometimes called chili con queso, or queso dip to differentiate it from a bowl of shredded cheddar, our Tex-Mex queso means melted processed American cheese with tomatoes and peppers and nothing else. You may see things on menus like ?queso fundido? and ?queso flameado? and those things are great and good and much more authentically Mexican, but they are in no way similar to the real deal Texas queso. Get more details and printable recipe card at:moreless
    • 3/23/13
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      This is my grandma's awesome gingerbread muffin recipe. Get more information and a printable recipe card at:
    • Learn how to make a Jalapeno Bacon Cheeseburger with this quick video recipe! Get more information and printable recipe card at:
    • 3/23/13
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      Learn how to make a Turkey Burger with this video recipe! Get more information and printable recipe card at
    • 3/23/13
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    • 3/23/13
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      Learn how to Cook baked Salmon with this easy video recipe. For more information and a printable recipe card, go to:
    • 3/23/13
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      Learn how to make a Vodka Cherry Limeade with this easy video recipe. For more details and a printable recipe card, go to :
    • Pea salad with goat cheese
      Episode 03.01.13
      3/1/13
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      Lighter version of the classic pea salad. Full recipe at
    • Baked Buffalo Wings
      Episode 02.21.13
      2/21/13
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      These baked wings are lighter and healthier than fried and won't smell up your house like a KFC. Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! - - - - - - - - - - - Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 200 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • 2/21/13
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      This easy beef and broccoli stir fry recipe is a healthier version of the classic American-Chinese restaurant style dish! Full recipe: HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 200 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Eggwhite Omelet
      Episode 02.13.13
      2/13/13
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      How to make a low cholesterol, low fat omelet. Full recipe at Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 170 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Garlic Sesame Kale
      Episode 02.11.13
      2/11/13
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      A quick way to cook kale. Learn how to saute kale into a quick and healthy side dish! Full recipe at Facebook: Twitter:
    • Carrot Cake
      Episode 02.11.13
      2/11/13
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      Carrot cake with maple-orange icing! Full recipe at
    • Roast Pork Tenderloin
      Episode 02.04.13
      2/4/13
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      Easy way to cook a pork tenderloin with apricot sauce. Full recipe at
    • Butternut Squash Soup
      Episode 01.25.13
      1/25/13
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      This delicious and easy butternut squash soup recipe will satisfy your every soupy desire. Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 1/8/13
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      Cheap and delicious! Full recipe at Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 170 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • 1/8/13
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      Learn how to make homemade aioli in the blender with this easy video recipe! Full recipe at
    • 1/8/13
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      Classic diner dessert: Coconut Cream Pie! Full recipe at Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 170 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Fish and Chips
      Episode 12.11.12
      12/11/12
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      Crispy fish and chips recipe. Ingredients here: Over 180 videos at
    • 12/6/12
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      Full recipe at New Episodes every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Holiday Jell-O Jigglers
      Episode 12.04.12
      12/4/12
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      Easy Jell-O Jigglers for kids and adults! Check out over 170 video recipes at Instructions for Red and Green Jigglers with Vodka: 1 6 ounce box cherry or strawberry flavored Jell-O 1 6 ounce box lime Jell-O 2 cups boiling water, divided 1/2 cup vodka, divided Spray an 8x8" pan lightly with oil Dissolve the cherry or strawberry Jell-O in 1 cup of boiling water then stir in 1/4 cup vodka. Pour into pan and refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Dissolve the lime Jell-O in 1 cup of boiling water then stir in 1/4 cup vodka. Pour gently over set cherry layer and refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Dip bottom of pan into warm water for 10 seconds then loosen edges with a rubber scraper. Invert onto plate or cutting board (may stain light colored boards) and cut into diamond shapes or whatever shapes you like. Instructions for Blue and White Winter Wonderland Jigglers: 2 6 ounce boxed berry blue Jell-O 3 cups miniature marshmallows 2 1/2 cups boiling water, divided. Spray an 8x8" pan lightly with oil Put marshmallows in a bowl with one box of blue Jell-O. Pour 1 1/4 cups boiling water over and stir briskly until Jell-O is dissolved and marshmallows are mostly melted. Pour into pan and refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Dissolve second box of Jell-O in 1 1/4 cups of boiling water. Pour gently over set first layer and refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Dip bottom of pan into warm water for 10 seconds then loosen edges with a rubber scraper. Invert onto plate or cutting board (may stain light colored boards) and cut into diamond shapes or whatever shapes you like.moreless
    • Homemade Twinkies Recipe
      Episode 11.29.12
      11/29/12
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      Make Twinkies at home with this recipe video. Full Twinkies recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 11/28/12
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      Learn how to make Beer and Beef Stew with this easy video recipe! Get the full instructions and printable recipe card at
    • 11/21/12
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      Easy roasted Brussels sprouts recipe. Perfect for Thanksgiving! Printable recipe at: HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Hilah Cooking | Homemade Twinkies
      11/21/12
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      Learn how to make Twinkies at home! Ingredients and printable recipe at
    • 11/21/12
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      A GF pie crust and pumpkin pie recipe for Thanksgiving. Recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 11/21/12
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      Full Recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 10/30/12
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      Learn how to make a BBQ Chicken Sandwich with this easy video recipe. Full details and printable recipe card at: HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Halloween Cake Pops
      Episode 10.25.12
      10/25/12
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      This video shows how to make mummy cake pops, eyeballs and alien head cake pops. Thank you Jessica at Full printable instructions at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Stuffed Baked Potato Skins
      Episode 10.25.12
      10/25/12
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      These stuffed baked potato skins are a great hearty appetizer or party snack for Halloween or game days! Full printable recipe at Check out over 160 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • 10/17/12
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      Healthy and delicious sweet potato biscuits in collaboration with ONE. Sign the petition to encourage good nutrition Recipe details and printable card at
    • Hilah Cooking | Brownies!
      Episode 10.12.12
      10/12/12
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      Learn how to make brownies with this easy video recipe! Full details and printable recipe at
    • Homemade Minestrone Soup
      Episode 10.04.12
      10/4/12
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      Simple, healthy, and cheap minestrone soup. Full recipe and details at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 160 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Homemade Chicken Pot Pie
      Episode 10.02.12
      10/2/12
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      Homemade chicken pot pie -- finest comfort food in the land! Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! - - - - - - - - - - - Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 160 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • 9/27/12
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      Quesadillas are a quick, easy, and cheap snack or light meal. Here are three filling ideas for you! Full details and printable recipe card at
    • Hilah Cooking | Burritos
      Episode 09.25.12
      9/25/12
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      How to make burritos, plus a brand new (very stupid) burrito song! Printable recipes and tips at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Shrimp Corn Dogs Recipe
      Episode 09.18.12
      9/18/12
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      HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 160 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Hilah Cooking | Lemon Bars
      Episode 09.13.12
      9/13/12
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      "Learn how to make Lemon Bars with this easy video recipe. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 9/11/12
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      "Learn how to make carnitas with this easy video recipe! Full ingredients list here HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 9/10/12
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      "See how to make tostones (fried plantains) with this video recipe! Top them with salsas or meat and cheese for a hearty appetizer or light meal. Printable recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 9/8/12
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      "How to spatchcock a chicken and get the juiciest, most delicious roasted chicken you\'ll ever eat! Bonus creamy jalape?o sauce recipe! Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Recipe Links:
    • 7/10/12
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      Learn how to make homemade Indian Tacos (a.k.a. Navajo Tacos) with this easy video recipe!
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      Delicious and healthy, high-protein quinoa salad. Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Check out over 160 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
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      Classic Key Lime pie recipe - perfect for summer eatin'! Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! - - - - - - - - - - - Check out over 160 video recipes at
    • This simple fruit salad recipe will be great for your Fourth of July cookout or any time this hot summer. Watermelon and cantaloupe with a mint dressing. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Full recipe at
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      Delicious and quick shrimp tacos with habanero, orange, and tequila! Full recipe at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 100 video recipes at - - - - - - - - - - - Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy.moreless
    • Make a Chick-Fil-A Fried Chicken Sandwich at home with this copycat recipe. Less sugar, less salt, and less funding for anti-human-equality organizations. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Learn how to make homemade french onion dip with this easy video recipe. This creamy treat is almost fat-free. It's made from yogurt! That also means it's got beneficial bacteria in it plus a lot of herbs and onions which are good for your heart! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Get full instructions atmoreless
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      Learn how to make this simple homemade vanilla pudding with bananas and vanilla wafers. Full recipe details at HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 100 video recipes at
    • Learn how to make fluffy mexican rice, just like you'd find in a Tex Mex restaurant with this easy video recipe. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
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      Here's a light and simple, budget-friendly vegetarian Black Bean Soup recipe. Learn the trick to cooking dried beans like a BOSS. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • 5/31/12
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      Here's the real-deal: classic Southern fried pies! You can make these with apple or peach filling. Don't blame me if you eat all of them. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Check out over 100 video recipes at Get full instructions on how to make fried apple pies atmoreless
    • Hilah Cooking | Fried Apple Pies
      Here's the real-deal: classic Southern fried pies! You can make these with apple or peach filling. Don't blame me if you eat all of them. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Check out over 100 video recipes at Get full instructions on how to make fried apple pies atmoreless
    • Learn how to make a grilled cheese sandwich (regular and fancy varieties) with this easy video recipe! We cover regular grilled cheese, Margherita pizza grilled cheese or apples'n'cheddar! Try them all! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Get the full details on how to make grilled cheese at: Check out over 100 video recipes atmoreless
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      Learn how to make Cucumber Salad with this easy video recipe! Perfect for Memorial Day! My mom used to make this often and it was always one of my favorites. She called it quick pickles! Check out over 100 video recipes at
    • Learn how to make Fried Green Tomatoes with this easy video recipe. But first we take a trip to Johnson's Backyard Garden to pick tomatoes! Get full instructions at: HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Check out over 100 video recipes at
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      The best, crispiest fried chicken recipe you'll ever make! Even tastes great cold. Watch the video to see how to make this special fried chicken. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday!
    • Try these classic blueberry muffins with a crispy oatmeal topping for Mothers' Day breakfast-in-bed, a Sunday brunch, or anytime you want a treat that's not too sweet! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Full instructions at
    • Try this quick and tasty chicken fajita salad with seared onions and peppers, crisp vegetables and a spicy, low-fat chipotle dressing! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Get The Full Recipe at:
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      Learn how to make Frozen Sangria with this easy video recipe. This is the quickest, coldest cocktail of the summer! Inspired by the frozen sangria at El Chilito - a taco stand in Austin, TX. Get full instructions on how to make frozen sangria at:
    • Learn how to make flan with this easy video recipe! Flan (or Creme Caramel) is one of my favorite mexican dessert recipes - and it's perfect for Cinco De Mayo! For full recipe details, go to:
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      How to make eggs benedict. Hollandaise sauce, poached eggs, Canadian bacon, and toasted English muffin. For full instructions, go to
    • Learn how to make coleslaw with this easy video recipe! Spicy vinaigrette coleslaw - you can't get enough! For full instructions on how to make coleslaw, go to:
    • Try this amazing whole roasted cauliflower recipe. It's an impressive, delicious, healthy, and low-carb side dish. Perfect for paleo or primal diets and gluten-free! For full instructions go to:
    • Learn how to make pan-fried catfish with this easy video recipe! Check out for over 100 Video Recipes!
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      Learn how to make Potato Salad with this easy video recipe!
    • Learn how to make crispy beef tacos at home with this easy video recipe. Get full details and instructions at Watch over 100 video recipes at
    • This is the perfect recipe for a delicious but easy weeknight dinner.
    • A super cute - and delicious - recipe just in time for Easter!
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      Learn how to make Gefilte Fish with this easy video Recipe. Thanks to my special guest Amy from Subscribe on YouTube (Never miss a video!) Over 100 video recipes at
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    • Learn how to make chile rellenos at home with this easy video recipe.
    • In under 5 minutes, watch as some stuff you found in your fridge turns magically into an appetizer you could take to your work parties or somewhere else where maybe there's people you want to impress or something and actually have that happen. For full instructions go to:
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      Learn how to make shepherd's pie with this easy video recipe. Shepherd's pie has got to be one of the yummiest things on the planet and I can not BELIEVE it's taken me this long to make a video about it. For full instructions go to:
    • Learn How to make Chocolate Guinness Cup Cakes with Bailey's Butter Cream! Just in time for your St. Patricks Day Celebration - but amazing any day of the year. Get the full instructions here:
    • Learn how to make huevos rancheros with this easy video recipe! Huevos Rancheros are the BEST BREAKFAST EVER! For full details on how to make huevos rancheros, go to:
    • Hilah Cooking | Crab Cakes
      Episode 03.05.12
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      Learn How To Make Crab Cakes with this easy video recipe. Crab Cakes are great by themselves, on a sandwich or as part of a salad!
    • Learn How to Roast Asparagus with this quick and easy video recipe. Roasting, if you are unawares, is most likely the best thing you can do to any vegetable. Asparagus takes particularly well to this treatment. Over 100 video recipes at
    • Learn to make Green Chile Macaroni and Cheese with this easy video recipe! You'll love my creamy mac and cheese recipe! Over 100 video recipes at
    • Learn how to make boneless buffalo wings with this amazing and easy boneless buffalo wing recipe. WARNING: Explicit language in this episode. Not for kiddos. Subscribe on YouTube (Never miss a video!) Over 100 video recipes at
    • Here's my simple meatloaf recipe (with a tasty twist) and spicy tomato sauce to top it. Eat it fresh out of the oven, or make meatloaf sandwiches! They are SO GOOD! Watch over 100 recipe videos at
    • Get the full recipe here: Red beans and rice is possibly the most New Orleans of New Orleans cooking. Traditionally made on Mondays with the leftover Sunday ham, nowadays it's often served with sausage or a pork chop on the side.
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      This pink grapefruit pie is as delicious as it is pretty! February is National Grapefruit Month so let's celebrate every grandpa's favorite fruit! Visit for over 100 video recipes!
    • V-D is Tuesday so here's an awesome surf-n-turf steak-n-oysters combo I came up with that incorporates not one, but THREE aphrodisiacs and if that doesn't get ya laid, well, perhaps you should look into improving your technique. ;)
    • Hilah Cooking | Lobster!
      Episode 02.07.12
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      Once you get past the weirdness, steaming a live lobster is easy and fast! Fun for Valentine's Day dinner! Read all the gory details at:
    • Authentic New Orleans cocktail recipe for Mardi Gras! For the full recipe and over 100 more videos, go to
    • Enchiladas Verdes, a Tex-Mex favorite, with a fresh tomatillo sauce and shredded chicken filling, topped with melted white cheese.
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    • Here's my version of Tex-Mex cheese enchiladas with a homemade red chili sauce. Perfecto! More recipes at Get full instructions on how to make cheese enchiladas at
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    • While I posted my patented* "3-2-1 margarita" recipe for Cinco de Mayo already, I don't think I've told you about how easy it is (impossibly simple, really) to make a spicy habanero-infused margarita. Well, I'm telling you now: it's easy. Here's how.
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    • This is the best hot chocolate you will ever have in your life and I am not even lying right now. It is so good that it can work as a stand-alone dessert.
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    • Watch how fast and easy it is to make a fancy, folded omelet! Or is it spelled omelette? Who cares! They are delicious! Awesomeness Here! Facebook: Google Plus: INGREDIENTS (for one omelet) • 2 eggs • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1/4 teaspoon pepper (or more) • 2 tablespoons butter • 2 tablespoons grated cheese (and any other fillings you like) INSTRUCTIONS • Beat the eggs with the salt and pepper until the yolks and whites are fully incorporated. • Heat a skillet over high heat with the butter. • Once the butter has foamed up, pour in the eggs. • Turn the heat down to medium-high. • Use a fork or a thin spatula to lift the edges of the egg as they cook, letting the raw egg run underneath. • Continue moving the egg around this way and shaking the pan occasionally until the top is almost set. • Sprinkle the cheese over half the omelet. (Now is when you would add any other fillings you like, too.) • Use the fork or spatula to gently lift the other half of the omelet and fold it over the cheese. • Roll the omelet out of the pan and onto a plate.moreless
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    • How to make a light and flaky pie crust from scratch. It's easy! Please subscribe! Ingredients: 1 cup all purpose flour 1/3 cup butter (about 5 1/2 tablespoons) 1 teaspoon baking powder about 1/4 cup ice water (maybe less) More info at: Pie crust has a bad reputation, but it needn't. There's really only three main components to any pie crust: fat, flour, and liquid and once you understand the science behind it you'll be making kick-ass pie crusts every time, all the time. The first step of pie crust making is very much like the first step of biscuit making. The instructions will tell you to "cut the butter into the flour" or something like that. What that means is to work the fat component into the flour component to produce little blobs of fat coated in flour of varying sizes ranging from crumb-sized to pea-sized. This one essential step begets two delightful properties: Tender and Flaky. By coating the flour granules in some fat you are preventing them from touching other flour granules and therefore preventing the formation of gluten and making a tender-not-chewy crust, and 2) by coating the fat blobs in flour you are setting the stage for flakiness galore. When the flour-covered fat blobs are rolled out flat, they create microscopic layers of fat and flour. Imagine a sedimentary rock. Once it goes into the oven, those fat blobs melt, leaving behind air pockets and that's what makes a flaky crust. Viola! It's that easy!moreless
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    • Roasting a turkey isn't any harder than roasting a chicken, but it requires a little more planning. Here are my guidelines: DO get a turkey that's big enough to serve everyone! Figure one pound per guest, then add a pound or two for leftovers if you like. DO get a fresh turkey if possible. Turkeys labeled "fresh" are held under refrigeration at 26 degrees. While that is below the freezing point of water, it's not cold enough to freeze the bird. Frozen turkeys are flash-frozen to -30 degrees then held at zero degrees. A frozen turkey may be drier than a fresh turkey, depending on how long it's been frozen. And a frozen turkey will require up to 3 days in your refrigerator to thaw completely. For those reasons, I recommend sticking with a fresh turkey. DO bring your turkey to room temperature before roasting by leaving it on the counter for one hour before cooking. A turkey that is still icy on the inside when it goes in the oven will prove to be a disaster later on, with an overcooked breast and undercooked thighs. DO remember how much your turkey weighs. The cooking time depends on it! Estimate 12 minutes per pound. DO allow the turkey to rest for 30 minutes before carving. This lets the bird "finish" cooking in its own residual heat. It also allows the juices to redistribute throughout the meat. DON'T rely on the pop-up timer that comes with most turkeys. They are unaccountable. Use a meat thermometer to check the bird's temperature in the thigh when your timer goes off. Remove the turkey when the temperature reaches 170 degrees F. After resting, the final temperature should have risen to the proper 180 degrees. DO remember to baste your turkey! I used a mixture of melted butter and sherry. Baste every 30 minutes with a brush or a turkey baster. DON'T overstuff. If you choose to stuff the turkey itself, have the stuffing at room temperature or warmed, and spoon it lightly inside. Fill the turkey no more than 3/4 of the way. DON'T use a disposablmoreless
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    • Here's how we DO it in AUSTIN!!! Make vegetarian breakfast tacos, I mean. Join me and Eric from the Peached Tortilla mobile food truck as we make the most yummy sweet potato hash taco I ever shoved in my pie hole.
    • For the full recipe go to: The thing about chicken fried steak is that, unlike other breaded meat things such as wiener schnitzle which uses veal, CFS is traditionally made with the absolute worst cut of meat you can buy. It's called "cube steak" and what it is, is any piece of meat that's been run through a mechanical tenderizer, giving it a recognizable "cubed" appearance, like it's been punched a bunch with tiny square mallets, which of course, it has. Cube steak is sometimes made from round steak, but often is made from any sorta leftover cuts the butcher has. It's also called "minute steak". It's also often gristly and tough. Unpleasant, in other words. To get around that unpleasantness, I use thin round steaks and tenderize them myself with a mallet. That way, I know exactly what cut of beef I'm buying and I get the added bonus, if you will, of pounding it myself. Which I think is kinda fun. If you're not into that, your butcher should be able to auto-tenderize any cut of beef you want to buy. Although I still recommend sticking with something fairly inexpensive like round steak since we're going to be breading and frying it until it's medium-well or well-done, anyway. For the full recipe go to:moreless
    • Mexican hot dogs are the bomb. They're also known as Sonoran hot dogs and they're one of those mysterious fusion-foods that's been around at least 20 years, but could have been around much longer, and there's a million "right" ways to make 'em and none of them are wrong. If you've never heard of this business, you are in luck to hear of it finally! What it is, is a hotdog, wrapped in bacon, fried until it's crispy and then topped with bajillions of condiments, the most important and delicious of which are salsa verde and mayonnaise, IMHO. Refried beans, pico de gallo, pickled jalapenos, and grilled onions are also frequently piled atop. Sometimes you see them in a standard hot dog bun, but I prefer using a Mexican-style French bread called a bolillo. The first time I tried this, I used a thick-cut pepper bacon and while it was good, thinner bacon works better. You want it to get real crispy. And just use regular-sized dogs, not jumbo or bun-length because the bacon won't wrap those completely and you definitely want to make sure your dawg is tightly swaddled in pork fat. And I like to toast my rolls in the bacon grease (because I'm operating under the delusion that bacon fat is good for me?) even though many people say they must be steamed buns. There's two sides to every story, I suppose, but I'll always take the side that has its bread toasted in bacon fat, thankyewverymuch.moreless
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    • Umm. This is kinda embarrassing. I like hot dogs...in stir fry. It's good. And it's awesome because you can buy some hotdogs and leave them in your 'fridgerator for like a month and they'll still be edible. Shut up and try it. »» 1 teaspoon oil »» 1 hot dog (or use a couple strips of bacon or lunch meat, diced) »» 2 cups of fresh vegetables - I like green beans a lot, but broccoli works, zucchini, and even paper-thin slices of potato »» ½ cup chopped onion »» ½ cup sliced bell pepper »» 1 teaspoon minced garlic »» ½ teaspoon soy sauce Heat the oil in a skillet over high heat. Slice the weenie up (Hey-ohh!). Add it and all the vegetables to the skillet and stir it around fast for about 5 minutes until the weenies are kinda crispy and the vegetables are cooked. Add the soy sauce last and toss around. Add some red pepper, too. I guess you could have made some rice to go with this, but it's hot dog stir fry, people. Just eat it out of the skillet, right over the stove, while you're talking on the phone to your grammy.moreless
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      INGREDIENTS: * 9" pie crust* 1/2 cup cream cheese* 2 jalapenos, diced, and 1 sliced into 6 rounds* 1/2 cup cream* 1/2 cup half-and-half* 4 large eggs (or 5 small)* 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg* 1/8 teaspoon paprika* 1/8 teaspoon salt* 1/2 cup grated cheddar-jack DIRECTIONS: Turn your oven to 400 degrees F Thaw the pie crust for 10 minutes Prick the crust all over the bottom and sides with a fork to make tiny holes Bake it for 10 minutes Remove the crust and reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees While the crust is hot, spread the cream cheese all over the bottom as evenly as possible Sprinkle that with the diced jalapenos (the rounds are for garnish later on) Put the cream and half-and-half into a small pot and put it over medium heat about 5 minutes, or until tiny bubbles appear around the edges. This is called "scalding" - where you bring it to just under the boiling point. Beat the eggs together in a bowl Add the hot cream mixture to the eggs and combine well Add all the spices and salt Pour into the crust and bake for 30 minutes After 30 minutes, arrange the jalapeno slices over the top in a circle and return to oven for 10 minutes Sprinkle with cheese and bake another 5 minutes Cool 30-45 minutes before serving or cool completely and serve it coldmoreless
    • A couple weeks ago I had the extreme pleasure of visiting Johnson's Backyard Garden ( and getting a tour of the farm. I got to pull up beets right out of the ground and eat them in the fields under the sun. It was glorious. When we left, we each got a CSA box to take home. They were chock-full of beets, carrots, potatoes, onions, squash, fennel, basil, and mint. Such a cornucopia as I had never seen. Looking at that beautiful box, I was struck with the notion that everything needed to make a super-light, super-Summertime, vegetarian borscht was right in front of my face. INGREDIENTS: 1 pound beets (about 3) 1 large onion 2 large carrots 1 cup shredded cabbage 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 cups vegetable broth 1 teaspoon salt (approximate measure, depending on the saltiness of your broth) 1 lemon Black pepper Optional: sour cream, fresh dill DIRECTIONS: Peel the beets and carrots and cut into matchsticks about 2" by 1/8". Cut the onion in half from top to bottom, then cross-ways to make little C-shaped onion slices. Heat the oil in a large saucepot over medium heat until warm. Saute the beets and carrots and onions for about 10 minutes. Add the cabbage, broth and salt. Bring to a boil, then turn down the heat and simmer, covered, about 20 minutes until everything is tender. Season with pepper and lemon juice. I used an entire lemon. It should taste tangy and sweet. Serve with a dollop of sour cream if you like, and/or some fresh dill. This may also be served cold with good results.moreless
    • Making a steak is really pretty simple. Start with a nice steak for starters. Sirloin, T-bone, and rib eye are good choices for general steak-eating purposes. If you want to get fancy, you could pick up some filet mignon, although it's generaly about twice the price of sirloin. So...weigh carefully how much you care. ; INGREDIENTS Steaks (one big one or two smaller ones or one smaller one or fuck it, just get some hotdogs and stop trying)Garlic clovesSaltPepper (this is one time when I will tell you to use fresh ground pepper if you can)1/2 cup red wine1 tablespoon butter1 teaspoon fresh herbs if you can spare them Bring the steaks to room temperature, or thereabouts. Get a paper towel or a Whataburger napkin from your glovebox and pat the steaks dry. Cut a clove of garlic in to halves and smear the meat with the cut sides of the garlic. Smear both sides. Sprinkle with pepper and salt, liberally. Do not be a miser. Depending on the size of your steaks, between 1/2 teaspoon and a teaspoon of salt per steak. Same for the pepper.moreless
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      As you can imagine with such a quintessential dish, there are a hundred million jillion ways to make mashed potatoes. It's like everybody's got an opinion! Sheesh. This is how I make them. I like to use starchy potatoes like Russets, but I know there are those who prefer waxy varieties like red potatoes. It depends on what texture you like for yer mashers. Russets are easier to mash completely smooth, if you're into that. If you like some chunky business, you would probably like to try red potatoes. Peeling is optional. While I leave the skins on potatoes for things like homefries and hashbrowns, I peel them for mashing. And I know there's more nutrients and stuff in the skins and they're better for you and all that, but I like mashed potatoes to be unencumbered by weird bits of peel all in 'em. If you're using red potatoes, though, not only is peeling a pain in the ass because they're typically smaller than Russets, it's also not so necessary because their soft skins are less intrusive than the coarse Russet skins. So I don't bother peeling if I'm using red potatoes.INGREDIENTS 2 pounds of potatoes ;3 cloves of garlic, peeled and left whole3-6 tablespoons of butter (I go for the lower end of that, but it depends on how creamy you like them)1/3 -1/2 cup of half-and-half, milk, or buttermilk1 teaspoon saltBlack or white pepper (I like LOTS, like a teaspoon or more)DIRECTIONS Peel the potatoes (or don't). Cut them so that they are all approximately the same size. Drop into a pot of cold water along with the garlic cloves, cover, and turn the heat to high Bring to a boil and then crack the lid so it doesn't boil over and make a mess in your friend's kitchen. Boil 10-30 minutes until a fork or skewer stuck in the middle gives almost no resistance. The time depends on the type and size of your potatoes. While they cook, heat the butter and half-and-half together until the butter melts. Drain the potatoes carefully and return them to the pot.moreless
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      If you have a grill and know how to use it, this would be a perfect recipe to do outdoors. Otherwise, in a cast iron skillet or on a grill pan is the way to go. You’ll have to get skewers that are small enough to fit in your skillet; 4-5” bamboo skewers shouldn’t be hard to find. You can use some center-cut boneless pork chops or a whole tenderloin. You could even do this with chicken if you’re dating a guy you met at the gym. Or a guy that wears short-shorts and has spitcurls plastered to his temples. But don’t date that guy. Really. The spinach is really just there because it’s pretty and good for you. Some dudes hate green things, though. If you suspect that is the case, you could cook a cup of rice in 2 cups of chicken broth, add some butter, and serve it over that. INGREDIENTS 1 pound boneless pork loin chops 6 strips of bacon (about 4 ounces) 12 pineapple chunks, about 1" square 1 bell pepper, cut into 1" squares 1 onion, cut in half crosswise, and the halves cut into 6 wedges each salt and pepper Skewers! 4 cups baby spinach 1 tangerine, peeled and seeded and separated into sections Citrus glaze and dressing: 1/4 cup orange juice 1 tablespoon lime juice 1 tablespoon honey 1 teaspoon fresh ginger 1/2 teaspoon black pepper DIRECTIONS Cut the pork into 12 cubes, approximately 1"x1"x1.5". Cut the bacon strips in half crosswise and wrap each pork cube in a pork strip. Impale the wrapped cubes on a skewer and then stick on a pineapple chunk and bell pepper and onion. Continue until all the stuffs are used up. Sprinkle the kebabs with salt and pepper on all sides. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Put in as many kebabs as you can fit, probably 4 depending on your skillet. Cook on one side 4 minutes, or until they can be flipped easily. Turn the heat to medium and cook on each other side 2-3 minutes until the meat is all done in there. It'll take about 10-12 minutes total. Mix all the glaze ingredmoreless
    • How To Make Waffles
      Episode 20110510
      5/10/11
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      The Thing About Waffles From Scratch Is That: A. They Are Impressive Because It Means You Have Both Flour AND Baking Powder AND A Very Use-specific Kitchen Instrument B. You Will Probably Have Lots Of Left Over Waffles (this Recipe Makes About 8). The Good Thing About That Though Is That You Can Refrigerate Or Freeze Them And Blam! Homemade Eggos. Stick Them Babies In The Toaster Tomorrow. INGREDIENTS: 1 ¾ Cups Flour 1 Tablespoon Baking Powder 1 Tablespoon Sugar ½ Teaspoon Salt 3 Eggs 1 Stick Butter, Melted 1 ½ Cups Milk DIRECTIONS: Combine The Dry Ingredients In A Large Bowl. In Another Bowl, Beat The Eggs, Add The Milk, Then The Butter. Add The Wet Mix To The Dry Mix And Combine With A Big Ol' Spoon. Don't Worry About Small Lumps. Preheat Your Waffle Iron Until It's Smokin' Hot. (Like Laurel!) Dispense Some Batter On The Bottom Grid And Close It. Cook For 3-4 Minutes Until The Lid Opens Easily And The Wafflies Are Golden Brown Delicious. Eat Them Real Fast And Go Back To Bed!moreless
    • How To Make Spanakopita
      Episode 20110506
      5/6/11
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      I Had My Super-special Friend Laurel From Trophy Boutique Come Over To Show Me How To Make Spanakopita, Thereby Showing Y'all How To Make It, Too. The Idea Is That Chicks Dig This Shit And We Ought To Know Because We Are Chicks. It Has Vegetables In It And It Requires Purchasing (and Knowing How To Use) Phyllo Dough Which Is Greek And Therefore Also Exotic (chicks Love Exotic Shit). Plus, As Laurel Ponts Out, If You Have Several Dates In One Week, You Can Make A Big Pan Of This And Reheat It In The Oven For Each Lady. Don't Be Too Obvious About It, Though. It Works Like A Charm And Then You Just Serve It On A Plate With Some Sliced Tomatoes And Basil With Salt. INGREDIENTS ½ C Olive Oil (not To Be Used All At Once) 2 C Onion, Minced ¼ Tsp Salt 1 Tsp Basil 1 Tsp Oregano 2½ Pounds Fresh Spinach, Cleaned And De-stemmed And Chopped Coarsely 5 Cloves Garlic, Minced 3 Tbsp Flour 1 Pound Feta Cheese, Crumbled 1 C Ricotta Or Cottage Cheese 1 Tbsp Black Pepper, Or To Taste 1 Pound Phyllo Pastry Leaves - Thawed! DIRECTIONS Turn Your Oven To 375 Now So It's Preheated Later. In A Big-ass Pot, Saute The Onion In 2 Tablespoons Of The Oil For About 5 Minutes Over Medium Heat, Just Until They Become Slightly Translucent. Add The Salt And Herbs. Stir It Around. Add The Spinach And Garlic And Stir That Around. You Will Have To Add The Spinach A Few Handfuls At A Time To Make It All Fit. Add Some, Stir It Around Until It Wilts, Then Add More. When All The Spinach Is In There And Wilted, Sprinkle The Flour Over, Stir Well, And Reduce The Heat To Low. The Flour Will Absorb The Spinach Liquid And Make The Filling More Firmer. While The Spinach Simmers, Begin Layering The Phyllo Sheets In The Baking Pan. Brush A Little Of The Remaining ½ Cup Of Oil On The Bottom Of The Pan. Lay In A Sheet Of Phyllo And Brush Some Oil On It, Too. Layer About 10 More Sheets With Oil On Each. By Now The Spinach Should Be Looking Good And Thick. Add All The Cheese And Black Pepper.moreless
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      How To Make Spanakopita
      Episode 20110503
      5/3/11
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      ;I had my super-special friend Laurel from Trophy Boutique come over to show me how to make spanakopita, thereby showing y'all how to make it, too. The idea is that chicks dig this shit and we ought to know because we are chicks. It has vegetables in it and it requires purchasing (and knowing how to use) phyllo dough which is Greek and therefore also exotic (chicks love exotic shit). Plus, as Laurel ponts out, if you have several dates in one week, you can make a big pan of this and reheat it in the oven for each lady. Don't be too obvious about it, though. It works like a charm and then you just serve it on a plate with some sliced tomatoes and basil with salt.moreless
    • Texas Tater Twisters
      Episode 20110426
      4/26/11
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      http://hilahcooking.com This is it, y'all! The lost footage from the fated Ferris wheel accident I mentioned in the Monte Cristo episode. I guess it wasn't really lost after all. But it was hard-going to figure out how to retrieve it. The camera had to be dusted off, battery changed, disassembled, reassembled, prayed for, and ultimately cleansed by fire like the great Phoenix. I know most things don't get fixed that way -- you know, lighting them aflame -- but this time it worked, and fortuitously so, since everyone really should know about Texas Tater Twisters and my carnie friends and the Houston Rodeo. ; I'd wanted to go visit Stacy and her sister and their Tater Twisters last year, but had really just started Hilah Cooking at the time and was not prepared for a road trip, however short, or an on-location shoot, however awesome. But I'll tell you one goddamn thing for sure: I sure as shit was not going to miss it this year. To ensure plenty of face-time with the sexy Tater Twister Sisters, and to make sure that it wouldn't be super effing crowded, we went down the week before the official start of the rodeo. It was still pretty crowded actually. I guess Houston's a big city? Who knew!! But I did get to get in that trailer and get my hands dirty (after I got them very clean of course, with soap and water and stuff).moreless
    • How To Make Potato Soup
      Episode 20110419
      4/19/11
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      http://hilahcooking.com I guess it's the same as potato chowder? I'm not really sure what the difference would be since all potato soup recipes I've ever seen have cream or milk in them, which makes them chowders, too. So it seems they are the same thing. But then again, not all chowders have milk or cream. The world of culinary terminology is fraught with mysteries and paradoxes. WHY CAN'T THE WORLD BE A SIMPLE PLACE AGAIN?!? INGREDIENTS ¼ cup chopped onion2 tablespoons bacon fat or butter3 cups water1 teaspoon salt2 cups diced potatoes (peeled or not)15 ounce can evaporated milk, or half and half (2 cups minus one ounce, or 1 7/8 cups)Garnish: chopped parsley, dill, celery leaves, or paprika DIRECTIONSHeat your fat of choice over medium heat in a saucepan. Saute onion about 5 minutes or until translucent. Add water, salt, and potatoes. Bring to boil then simmer uncovered until tender, and the water has reduced so that it just barely covers the potatoes, about 20 minutes total. Add milk and reheat. Serve with garnish of choice. Makes about 6 cups of soup, which will serve 2?3 people.moreless
    • How To Make Pasta Primavera
      Episode 20110412
      4/12/11
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      http://hilahcooking.com This is a real kitchen-sink kind of deal. Pretty much just throw in whatever vegetables you have around and viola: Pasta Primavera! Which means, like, Springtime Pasta, which means, like, bright colors and light textures and fresh flavors and baby birds all over the ;place. The deal with the vegetables is this: use whatever you got, fresh or frozen. Just make sure to cut everything up very small so that, A. it cooks fast and, B. it mixes well with the pasta. So, julienne carrots and green beans; make broccoli and cauliflower florets small like your pinkie finger; cut squash into small cubes, 1/2"; cut greens into 1/2" ribbons. That's it. That's all the rules I will lay on you. Now go. Be free. INGREDIENTS 8 ounces pasta1 cup sliced green beans1 cup broccoli florets1-2 carrots julienned2 tomatoes, diced (about 2 cups)1 clove garlic, minced1 teaspoon fresh oregano (or 1/2 teaspoon dried)1 tablespoon fresh basil or parsley1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice or balsamic vinegar1 tablespoon olive oil1/2 teaspoon salt DIRECTIONS Put on a large pot of water to boil the pasta. Stick a lid on it and it will boil fasterCombine the tomatoes, garlic, herbs, lemon juice, oil, and salt and let them marry while everything else is happeningOnce the water boils, add the pasta and set a timer for 2 minutes less than the pasta package statesWhen the timer dingalings, add the vegetables and cook another 2 minutes.Drain the whole mess, but not really well. Leave it a little wet.Mix the tomato sauce with the pasta and vegetablesAdd a splash more ohttp://hilahcooking.commoreless
    • How To Make Guacamole
      Episode 20110405
      4/5/11
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      http://hilahcooking.com In this episode I not only show you how to make guacamole (no tomatoes), but I interview Matt Timms - creator of the Chili Takedown, Bacon Takedown and the upcoming Avocado Takedown in Los Angeles!
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      Zucchini pancakes that are super-duper easy and perfect for when you're feeling super-duper lazy but are also very very hungry and sadly, very very poor. Perfect because it only takes four ingredients and ten minutes.
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      If you know anything about the Count of Monte Cristo, you probably know he was a bad ass dude. Do not mess with a dude that can make a bad ass sandwich or you will be sorry (because you won't be able to eat any of his sandwich).
    • How To Cook Collard Greens
      Episode 20110308
      3/8/11
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      These aren't your grandma's collard greens! Well, maybe they are if your grandma is, like, real progressive and doesn't put bacon in EVERYTHING. Even if she is, she would probably still like these.
    • How To Make Cheeseburgers
      Episode 20110301
      3/1/11
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      In perfect opposition to last week's veggie burgers, I present cheeseburgers! Yay! The All-American pastime. Just kidding! If we all spent all our free time eating cheeseburgers, we'd be like the fattest nation on earth!
    • Veggie Bean Burgers
      Episode 20110222
      2/22/11
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      Make your own veggie burgers and save cash, homes. Plus the benefit of knowing what's in your veggie burgers. Mostly the saving cash, though, because not only are beans and oatmeal super duper cheap, you can cram lots of leftovers in these with no deleterious effects!
    • Baked Sweet Potato Fries
      Episode 20110217
      2/17/11
      0.0
      You know what's really good? Sweet potatoes. You know what's really good for you, too? Also sweet potatoes.
    • How To Make Corn Fritters
      Episode 20110215
      2/15/11
      0.0
      Fritters are fried batter-and-other-stuff thingies. Like apple fritters, clam fritters, fish fritters. I would go so far as to say that tempura, pakora, and hushpuppies are all types of fritters. And I would bet that every cuisine that fries stuff (which, I think, is all of them) makes some kind of fritter. Because, really, why wouldn't you?moreless
    • Texas Chili Recipe
      Episode 20110208
      2/8/11
      0.0
      This is my dad's chili recipe! I think I've mentioned before that chili (and its delicious brother: chili-mac) was my dad's specialty. I remember him telling me how to make it when I was pretty little. We would pick chile petins from the yard. Sometimes, he'd use venison. I heard all about how Texans don't put beans in chili. He measured all the spices in palmfuls. I still think his chili is incredible.moreless
    • 2/1/11
      0.0
      How to cook vegetarian lasagna.
    • Vegan Chocolate Cake Recipe
      Episode 20110125
      1/25/11
      0.0
      If you are reading this, and you are not vegan, you might be be thinking, "Vegan cake is healthy and gross. Where's the chocolate funhouse of fat?!" If that is you, and your head is turning red and your neck is getting veiny, please let me assure you: This cake rivals the greatest sponge cakes known to my mouth. It's moist and fluffy and chocolaty and preposterously easy to pull together. It's also very affordable since you don't need expensive things like butter or cream or Kit Kats. Just kidding, who would ever put Kit Kats in a cake? Stop looking at me.moreless
    • How to Make Punch
      Episode 20110118
      1/18/11
      0.0
      I love punch, but the problem with punch is that it has always intimidated me. I've never been overjoyed with any that I've invented myself. Contrary to how you perceive me, dear friends, I do not excel at everything. (That was a joke. I'm pretty sure you know that.) At any rate, I've found Punch difficult in the past. Punch wears all black and never makes eye contact with me. Punch smokes in the bathroom and writes backwards and falls asleep in class. I love Punch.moreless
    • How To Make Buffalo Wings
      Episode 20110111
      1/11/11
      0.0
      I will tell you a secret. Before this video, I had never eaten a buffalo wing, nor was I very interested in them. I know; it is blasphemy, considering how much I enjoy cold pints and spicy food and sweaty men and frying things. But there you have it. Chicken Wing Virgin. And then I met Jenny Kelley.moreless
    • Hot Buttered Rum!
      Episode 20110104
      1/4/11
      0.0
      Hot Buttered Rum!
    • How To Cook Black-Eyed Peas
      Episode 20101230
      12/30/10
      0.0
      Around these parts, meaning the Southern states of the United States, black-eyed peas have got to be eaten on New Year's Day to ensure prosperity and fortune. I'm pretty sure it's superstition, since by now I should be utterly swimming in gold coins and heating my personal blimp with a fireplace that runs exclusively on 100-dollar-bills. But...here I am instead typing on a 6-year-old laptop with a busted mousepad and wearing a blanket because I can't afford to run the G.D. heater.moreless
    • How To Make Tamales
      Episode 20101221
      12/21/10
      0.0
      Well, this is embarrassing. It seems that all of the lovely chatter that normally constitutes the video introduction was somehow lost to the netherworlds of technology. It's probably hanging out down there somewhere with old friends Betamax and Calculator Wristwatch. So this episode starts out kind of abruptly and for that, I apologize, but there is really nothing I can do about it, short of a Christmas Miracle. I will try to give you the gist of it here, though. I'm pretty sure I said something about how, in Texas, tamales are a Christmas Eve tradition. Probably blabbed on about how tamales are really much easier than people make them out to be. Then I might have talked a little bit of shit about recipes I've seen for tamales that use cornmeal or eggs or other inappropriate ingredients in the masa. There may or may not have been a cry of Feliz Navidad towards the end. I can't really remember. Too many eggnogs have been had between then and now. Or...I don't know -- do you think 24 eggnogs in 24 hours is too many?moreless
    • 12/14/10
      0.0
      Just in time for Christmas!!! The Cookies of a Thousand Names: Snowballs, Russian Tea Cakes, Italian Butternuts...well that's all I can think of right now, but you get the picture. These cookies are so simple, they're almost impossible to screw up, so watch the video and learn how to make them for yourself!moreless
    • How To Make Potato Latkes
      Episode 20101207
      12/7/10
      0.0
      How To Make Potato Latkes
    • How To Make Cornbread
      Episode 20101130
      11/30/10
      0.0
      How To Make Cornbread
    • 11/23/10
      0.0
      How To Make Cornbread Stuffing
    • 11/16/10
      0.0
      How To Make Pancakes (from Scratch!)
    • 11/11/10
      0.0
      How To Make A Champagne Cocktail
    • How To Make Gravy
      Episode 20101109
      11/9/10
      0.0
      I know y'all remember when I made biscuits a few months back. I know because I been gettin' a whole bunch of requests for gravy since. It seems there's a lot of red-blooded Americans out there that know that biscuits ain't shit without gravy. I heard you. And I agree. So here's how to make gravy, a.k.a. sausage gravy. a.k.a. white gravy, a.k.a. cream gravy, a.k.a. country gravy.moreless
    • Vegan Chili Recipe
      Episode 20101102
      11/2/10
      0.0
      VEGAN CHILI? It sounds like an oxymoron, but don't let the fact that there's no meat involved put you off on this recipe because it's DELICIOUS. We have had a LOT of requests for more vegetarian/vegan recipes so we decided to recruit an expert vegan to help us out.
    • 10/28/10
      0.0
      It's almost Halloween, and Hilah has created a bloody disgusting Halloween cocktail that is perfect for the occasion. As long as you've got a strong stomach!
    • Marshmallow Ghosties
      Episode 20101026
      10/26/10
      0.0
      Another awesome Halloween recipe: Marshmallow Ghosties! These are the perfect snack for any Halloween party... and they're super cute!
    • Hallow-peno Poppers!
      Episode 20101019
      10/19/10
      0.0
      WE'RE BACK!!! It's October and we thought you might have a Halloween party coming up. These Hallow-peno Poppers are the perfect appetizer, sure to satisfy any pimps, ho's or vampires that might show up at your Halloween party.
    • 9/21/10
      0.0
      I'm NOT cooking anything in this episode (but there is an awesome surprise at the end). Instead, this is a really just a commercial for MOUTH PARTY which is a totally awesome party we're throwing to benefit the Sustainable Food Center. It's also a great excuse to hang out with our internet friends in real life - and drink free booze!moreless
    • Vegan Refried Beans
      Episode 20100902
      9/2/10
      0.0
      Learn how to cook amazing (and Vegan) Refried Beans. Refried Beans are an essential ingredient for Tex-Mex cooking and they're super easy.
    • How To Make Migas
      Episode 20100713
      7/13/10
      0.0
      Migas are like the best scrambled eggs mixed with pico de gallo and topped with cheese and then you mix CHIPS right in there WITH the EGGS! It's brilliant. Thank you, Mexico, for your culinary delights that continue to surprise and satisfy me in all the ways I wish a man could.moreless
    • 7/8/10
      0.0
      Hilah tries out yet another strange cocktail recipe.
    • How To Make Pasta Salad
      Episode 20100706
      7/6/10
      0.0
      Pasta salad is the perfect thing to try "winging it" on in the kitchen. Like almost all salads, you can throw anything in there and it'll be good. This is YOUR MOMENT.
    • How To Make Peach Cobbler
      Episode 20100629
      6/29/10
      0.0
      Hilah shows you how to make her mom's famous Peach Cobbler recipe!
    • 6/24/10
      0.0
      Scrambled Eggs are an essential breakfast food. And they are super easy. All you need is eggs and butter.
    • How To Make Home Fries
      Episode 20100622
      6/22/10
      0.0
      While typically thought of as breakfast food, home fries also make a great side dish with supper. I'd even go so far as to say that a pile of perfectly made home fries can be served AS supper, provided you throw a little cheese or crispy bacon and onions in there.moreless
    • How To Make Tabouli
      Episode 20100615
      6/15/10
      0.0
      This is a classic middle eastern salad, traditionally served as part of the mezze, which is kind of like tapas in Spain or "drinkin' snacks" in my house. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Tacos Al Pastor
      Episode 20100608
      6/8/10
      0.0
      I can say with certainty I have never had a BAD al pastor taco; only good and amazing. Clearly, if they are that pleasing, we all need to know how to replicate al pastor tacos at home. Son of a gun, give me some onion and cilantro and I could eat this every day. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.moreless
    • How To Make Spring Rolls
      Episode 20100603
      6/3/10
      0.0
      Hilah shows you how to make spring rolls. Once you've got this basic version figured out you can get crazy and put all kinds of things in them: cooked shrimp, fried tofu, cooked pork, etc. For more episodes, go tot http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Sangrita
      Episode 20100528
      5/28/10
      0.0
      This is a great recipe for summer days when you want to sip tequila but want to get a little fancy with it. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make French Toast
      Episode 20100526
      5/26/10
      0.0
      By popular demand: here's Hilah's French Toast Recipe! French toast was probably not invented in France. Nonetheless, it's super fast and economical and makes a great breakfast. For more episodes, visit http://hilahcooking.com
    • 5/20/10
      0.0
      Hilah tries to crack the secret recipe for Trudy's world famous Mexican Martini. It's like a Margarita -- but BIGGER and BETTER. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com
    • How To Make Rice Pilaf
      Episode 20100518
      5/18/10
      0.0
      I basically lived off of rice pilaf when I was in college. It's cheap and filling and pretty nutritious and you can add almost anything you have lying around. "Rice with some shit in it". That's what I called it to my boyfriends. That's probably why I never got stuck cooking for any of them. Hey-Oh! For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.moreless
    • 5/12/10
      0.0
      Henry Charles Ramos seems to have been one of the greatest barmen in history. The Ramos Gin Fizz is what he is remembered for and when I found this old bar menu from a restaurant in San Antonio that claimed to be "Home of the Famous Ramos Gin Fizz" AND it included a recipe, well, clearly I had to try it out. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.commoreless
    • How To Make Biscuits
      Episode 20100506
      5/6/10
      0.0
      Hilah learned how to make these biscuits from her Granny - and now she is teaching you! Combine a few simple ingredients, a cheese grater and a little T.L.C. and you will have Bad Ass Biscuits - just like Hilah's Granny used to make. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Pork Chops
      Episode 20100504
      5/4/10
      0.0
      Pork chops are super fast and easy to make and when done well, they rival any t-bone steak around. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make an Omelette
      Episode 20100430
      4/30/10
      0.0
      Lots of people are scared to try making omelettes at home. Now you don't have to be! This omelette recipe is simple and awesome. Watch and learn! For more episodes, check out http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make A Salad
      Episode 20100427
      4/27/10
      0.0
      How to make a cool, crisp, chilled salad -- lightly dressed in a negligee of a citrus vinaigrette. For detailed instructions (and more episodes) go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make A Michelada
      Episode 20100422
      4/22/10
      0.0
      I proclaim the Michelada to be the Finest Hair-of-the-Dog in all the Land. And I'm going to prove it. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com
    • How To Make Tortillas
      Episode 20100420
      4/20/10
      0.0
      Quit wasting your life eating disgusting, rubbery tortillas from the grocery store. You don't even know what you're missing out on! Follow this easy recipe and you will finally find happiness. For more episodes go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Sangria
      Episode 20100416
      4/16/10
      0.0
      Hilah gives a lesson in the science of making Sangrias! For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com!
    • How To Make Bread
      Episode 20100413
      4/13/10
      0.0
      A super-simple recipe for homemade bread. No kneading or bread machine required! For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Salsa
      Episode 20100408
      4/8/10
      0.0
      How to make simple homemade salsa by throwing a bunch of vegetables into a blender! For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Stir Fry
      Episode 20100406
      4/6/10
      0.0
      Hilah shows you how to make stir fry tofu and vegetables - and you don't even need a wok! Just watch out for the boiling oil. For more episodes, visit http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Hummus
      Episode 20100330
      3/30/10
      0.0
      Hilah demonstrates how to make homemade hummus using a blender only 5 ingredients. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com
    • How To Make a Gin Sidecar
      Episode 20100326
      3/26/10
      0.0
      Hilah mixes up a Thermos sized Gin Sidecar for her day of SXSW, snackies and day drinking. For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com
    • How To Make Empanadas
      Episode 20100323
      3/23/10
      0.0
      I'ma show you how to make empanadas and impress your friends with your pinch-roll skillz!!! For more episodes, go to http://hilahcooking.com
    • Bacon Takedown
      Episode 20100316
      3/16/10
      0.0
      Hilah competes in the SXSW Bacon Takedown! For more episodes visit http://hilahcooking.com
    • Down & Dirty Curry
      Episode 20100311
      3/11/10
      0.0
      For more great recipes, visit http://hilahcooking.com.
    • 3/10/10
      0.0
      Hilah makes the mysterious Cocktail 1934. The recipe was found in her Grandma's recipe box. For more awesome recipes, visit http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Meatballs
      Episode 20100302
      3/2/10
      0.0
      If you've watched this show AT ALL, you know I love balls. They are so fun to eat! So here's how I make meatballs. For more awesome recipes, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Hush Puppies
      Episode 20100225
      2/25/10
      0.0
      Hilah gets pork-drunk from eating too many corn dogs and decides to experiment with the left over batter. The result: Hush Puppies! For more great recipes, check out http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How To Make Corn Dogs
      Episode 20100223
      2/23/10
      0.0
      Hilah breaks out the FryDaddy Jr. and shows how to make homemade corndogs! For more recipes, check out http://hilahcooking.com
    • 2/18/10
      0.0
      In this episode we go back to basic and Hilah demonstrates how to season a cast iron skillet - one of her favorite cooking tools. For more home cooking school lessons, go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • How to Make Iced Coffee
      Episode 20100216
      2/16/10
      0.0
      Learn how to make cold-brewed coffee. Cold-brewed coffee is less acidic and has lots more caffeine that traditional coffee. It's also really easy to make. For more recipes go to http://hilahcooking.com.
    • 2/12/10
      0.0
      Hilah shows how to make a mint julep. Warning: This drink will make you get real drunk and funny. It is advised to keep away from electronic devices when under the influence of mint juleps. For more great recipes, check out http://hilahcooking.com.
    • 2/9/10
      0.0
      Even vegetarians deserve some hot, tasty flesh on Valentine's Day. You can make this delicious Vegetarian V-Day Feast for under $15. Serve it up with a bottle of wine and the pants will be flying off! For more recipes, go to http://hilahcooking.com!
    • Hangover Tacos
      Episode 20100203
      2/3/10
      0.0
      Yeah, I know. Tacos? Again? Well, now you know my big secret. I eat a lot of tacos. I’m from Texas – we all eat a lot of tacos. So sue me. I also drink too much, even when I have to get up early for “work” the next day. For more videos, go to http://hilahcooking.com!moreless
    • How To Make Fish Tacos
      Episode 20100129
      1/29/10
      0.0
      Hilah demonstrates how to make amazing Fish Tacos. Quote: "Oh my God! These tacos are so so good! Plus look at her grinding those spices. What a profesh!" End Quote.
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