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Chicken Kiev is one of those dishes that used to pop up on the menus at some of the finest restaurants in the world but eventually turned into a convenience food served at school cafeterias or summer camp.
Baked or fried, sweet or savory, empanadas can be found not just in Latin America but all over the world. Choose your own filling adventure.
Joining us today are two of the most memorable Puerto Rican queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Jade Sotomayor and Monica Beverly Hillz.
Today we’re making Caramel Kitty Ice Cream Cones- that’s a homemade donut cone, filled with practically instant ice cream and then through the magic of candy toppings, transformed into a cute little kitty cat ice cream cone you can lick.
Joining us is Erika Klash, an outlandish drag queen who looks like she jumped out of a Japanese anime film. On Season 2 of Dragula, Erika was stabbed, shot and worst of all, forced to tell the truth. But can she handle Cooking with Drag Queens?
Loud live and in color, TS Madison joins us to transform leftover spaghetti into cheesy fried spaghetti balls that will satisfy even the most righteous pastafarian. TS Madison is a comedian, advocate and entrepreneur who harnessed the power of her social media notoriety to create an empire.
Some folks seem to know everyone! Like Coco Sho-Nell, whose grandmother was besties with gospel legend Mahalia Jackson and in high school Coco was gal pals with Nelsan Ellis, the late actor best known for playing Lafayette Reynolds in the HBO series True Blood.
Today Coco Sho-Nell joins us to talk about her life as a Chicago drag queen, her roots in musical theater, to physically building the stage at The Call bar and celebrating the life of her close friend Nelsan Ellis.
Drag is often built on the ashes of failure, and some folks are ready to set the world on fire.
Today C’est Kevvie and Shalita Cake join us to talk about their unconventional paths as drag queens, from creating a controversial drag video in high school to embracing the booger beauty inside all of us.
Watch as one of Broadway’s hottest wig stylists talks about about Wigstock, HEDWIG on Broadway, Pee-wee’s Playhouse and styling wigs for Bob The Drag Queen and Miss Peppermint all while making a delicious Turkey Schnitzel Sandwich.
Since the late 80s Steven Perfidia Kirkham has styled wigs for some of your favorite entertainers: Bob the Drag Queen, Jerri Blank and Miss Yvonne from Pee Wee’s Playhouse all have enjoyed the fluffy fruits of Perfidia’s labor.
Today, Perfidia joins us to kiki about all the marvelous wigs she fluffed up night after night for Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway and what didn’t make it on her episode of Cooking with Drag Queens.
One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the concept of drag is why they hell do we call them drag queens in the first place? RuPaul said drag was an acronym from Elizabethan theater for DRessed as A Girl, but how would she know? She’s old, but not that old.
Today we introduce you to what may be the real meaning of the term drag queen, and believe it or not, it has nothing to do with Shakespeare.