We've been behind on all of our MasterChef Junior cuteness, which is a shame because sometimes we just need our weekly cry watching adorable kids going after their dreams. Yet this was an episode not to be missed, because Gordon Ramsay's mother came on as a guest judge. You have to admit -- so. many. questions.
So you want to host your own Thanksgiving party for your friends (you know, Friendsgiving) and think to yourself, "Hm, how do I feed many mouths with delicious food?" You don't usually think to yourself, "AHA! A turducken ... stuffed in a pig ... stuffed in an alligator ... and then just wrap that sh*t up in bacon."
In short: our hybrid-loving, overly creative minds looking for a viral hit have gone and just ruined Thanksgiving for us. We've already ruined pumpkin spice for everyone by sticking it in our lattes and every other food product, do we have to go ahead and throw Thanksgiving foods in the dumps of overly saturated seasonal foods?
Shhhhh, shh. It’s all right, we know that you’ve had a rough night. We’ll make this easy for you: here are tips from 11 chefs on their tried-and-true methods for curing your hangover. They know what they’re talking about. They’re chefs. It’s their life. Follow their instructions, and everything will be all right. (Those drunk ex-sexts, though, they can’t help you with. You’re on your own.)