Jo Fuertes-Knight goes on a mission to find out whether traditional aphrodisiacs can actually set your libido aflame—or if it’s all just a sexy myth.
If you’re going to eat testicles, do it right. This spicy, super-umami recipe was a surefire winner for Jo, and now you can make it at home too.
Our host Jo Fuertes-Knight heads to Serbia for the World Testicle Cooking Championship, a weekend-long celebration of testes, complete with music, moonshine, and lax food-safety standards.
I hang out with dairy farmer Stephen Hook and his really chill cows to learn about unpasteurized milk, which can treat everything from eczema to asthma—and maybe even my lactose intolerance. Oh, and I also make some breast milk ice cream.
Make for a feast to rival the Queen’s very own Diamond Jubilee spread: a pink lemonade sponge cake, scones with jam, and even some sausage rolls for your hungry corgi.
Girl Eats Food is back for Season Two. In the first episode, anti-chef Jo Fuertes-Knight explores the growing trend of people using raw chocolate to “align the heart chakra” and go on an “inwards journey.”
Dirty fried chicken doesn’t have to be from Dixy’s at 3AM on a Friday night.
Time to get ourselves acquainted with those doesn’t-even-have-a-sell-by-date foods at the back of our cupboard.
Let’s make really scary ingredients, really tasty.
A big slab of vegan comfort food, that won’t have your meat-eating friends gagging in horror.
A portable and pre-cooked carnival patty you’ll be happy to dance with.
They may be the flamboyant gay man of the booze world, but that shouldn’t stop scumbags like you and I getting crunk on them.
A snack more doped up than Dwain Chambers.
A dairy extravaganza that’ll put your after-dinner cheeseboard to shame.
It’s time to ignore all the twee, Cath Kidston wearing dicks and their obsession with all sugar and no substance cupcakes, and cook yourself some baked goods with real balls. The secret ingredient? MEAT.
Uniting the American South’s two finest delicacies: Slow-cooked pig and DJ Screw’s drank of choice.
It'll be just like you're hanging out with The King, shitting yourselves to death in Heaven.
A Shrove Tuesday dish so good you could lure Jesus out of the desert with it.
Things that Irish and Italian people like to poison themselves with is for dessert.
When you really nail this recipe, it smells like all the best bits of McDonald's.
No one should have to go through a seizure on an empty stomach.
A mega-meringue topped with cream, corner-shop penny sweets, and a sprinkle of pop rocks, served with a peach schnapps and ice cream float, that will conjure up nostalgia from kiddy-hood all the way through to the awkwardness of puberty.
It's time to poop out all the bad things we put into our bodies in 2011.