Welcome to Sad Man’s Tongue “Cooking With A Pin Up.” The recipes here are featured recipes from Pin Up Models who have sent in their recipe to us and we have cooked in our kitchen. We are very greatfull for their particpation in such a fun topic. If you would like to be featured here just contact us at email@example.com.
Ana, who also like to cook and collect recipes sent us one of her recipes for a zucchini pie which we have cooked off here at Sad Man’s Tongue for the rest of you to enjoy. Ana was super cool when we asked her to participate in our new series and was gracious enough to send us over two recipes.
Ana Perduv doesn’t just cook as a pin up girl, she really does cook, and collects recipes in between all her phenom photo shoots.
This Croatian hottie has been gracious enough to share her second recipe with Sad Man’s Tongue, and let us be the first to tell you, DECADENT BABY!
Ok sailor boys and girls we’re headed out to sea with UK Pin Up Girl Kristelle O’ Chocolat to experience one her favorite classic recipes with a twist, and for some great sailor girl photos which Kristelle has graciously aloud us to feature here for the first time anywhere. She says;
My absolute favourite thing to eat is seafood and, being half French, I love to put an exciting twist on classic French recipes! The following is my sexy version of moules marinière à la Crème and I do promise its super yummy and a real treat if you are crazy about vanilla like me!
What could possibly be more beautiful than the creamy and dreamy complexion of Idda Van Munster? How about her recipe for a creamy dreamy cheesecake?
Are next recipe comes from Our curvy Canadian friend from across the ocean, if you live in Europe, Bianca Bombshell. This bombshell of a pin up girl has more credits than we have face book fans it would seem and she deserves every one of them.
Well Halloween was Wednesday night, but quite a few people will be celebrating it this weekend over here in Prague. So what better way to begin the celebrations than with some home-made candy apples, courtesy of Croatian Pin Up Girl and Model Greta Macabre. Greta has sent this recipe as part of our new series “Cooking With A Pin Up,” as well as another wonderful recipe that we will be featuring later on.
Pin Up Girl Ruby Franco’s “Corn Cakes with a Roasted Zucchini Salsa.” : Cooking With A Pin Up Recipe # 7
I know some of our readers are very familiar with Pin Up Girl Ruby Franco as we have featured her a couple of times already. The first time was a gallery we featured called, “The Ruby Franco Photo Shoot From Heather Ford Photography.” The second feature was an interview we did with her, Eleven Questions With Pin Up Girl Ruby Franco.
This absolute doll of a beauty has given us time that most men would kill for, and we appreciate it very much. Now the lovely Ruby Franco has given us a recipe that I will tell you, everyone who tried it, went back for more.
So what does a University Student studying History in Zagreb, Croatia do for fun? She becomes one of the most recognized Pin Up Models in the World. Taking her love of History as a catalyst this little lady not only lives the vintage and retro life style, she is the embodiment of each era she chooses to play out. Wether Vintage, Retro, or Rockabilly she hits it spot on.
Greta says that this is not only her favorite cake, but also it is the one she wants at her wedding, and as much as we would love to make it for her on her wedding, our word of advice to Greta is hire a professional Or get your mom to make it for you, because we would not want to ruin this special cake for your special day.
It was an early Christmas present when we opened our email to find not only this wonderful recipe and the photos for it, but also a video she made for us here at Sad Man’s Tongue. It was also a Christmas present that was the Catalyst for Gina starting her modeling career in 2011 when she got for Christmas a book about Sophia Loren. So she dropped 20 kilos, believe it or not, and started what appears to be quite a career. With a smile like hers how could anyone resist her.
This class act beauty with a smile that could launch a 1000 ’57 Chevys has put a smile on our face and I am sure she will put a smile on your face as well with this recipe.
If you walk into our lovely Rockabilly friends home, Lady J, before she has finished baking, you can expect to be pummeled with a rolling-pin. Just like “Grandma Getting Run Over By A Reindeer,” once you pick yourself off the floor you can expect two things.
First this wife and mother of two will delight you with her Rockabilly Style. Secondly she will delight you to some of the best sugar cookies around. Just don’t be reaching into her cookie jar, (As we said she’s married) or you’ll get the “Pin.”
This recipe Lady J sent us was a delight. I myself had not had sugar cookies since I was a wee little one. But licking the mixing spoons and tasting the raw sugar dough brought back memories of my mom and siblings, gathered around a table making and decorating cookies for Christmas.
So please enjoy our tenth recipe from our series, “Cooking With A Pin Up.”