Bake and Destroy
Launched in 2006, Bake and Destroy is the brainchild of Chicagoan Natalie Slater. Heavily influenced by her love of pro-wrestling, punk rock and heavy metal, the site features original recipes, interviews with chefs, indie designers and other interesting folks, and also serves as the home for mini-blogs SugarSlam and Food Puncher.
Natalie has appeared on Food Network, The Cooking Channel, and WTTW Chicago Tonight as well as on the pages of Time Out Chicago and Bust Magazine.
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The most delicious competition in sports entertainment, SugarSlam is an annual online baking competition hosted by Bake and Destroy. Featuring celebrity judges like CM Punk, Beth Phoenix and Amy “Lita” Dumas, the competition is open to wrestling-and-dessert fans worldwide.Each competition features loads of prizes from creative companies like Circa Ceramics, SEIBEI and Twinkie Chan – plus, a real championship belt from HighSpots.com.Rules, past winners and prizes can be found by clicking the SugarSlam tab above!
Hey parents, do you ever find yourself chuckling at “kid-friendly” recipes? So did Bake and Destroy founder Natalie Slater, which is why she asked her six-year-old son Teno if he’d like to start reviewing those recipes in his own video column.
Already notorious for his video reviews of Pringles, Teno quickly agreed and named his column Food Puncher. In each post, Teno gives his honest review of healthy recipes for kids. Don’t fret, junk food fans – Teno’s snack reviews also appear on The Snackpot. Got a healthy recipe or interesting snack you want Teno to try? Use the form here.
Bake and Destroy is not PR-friendly
I am not interested in your weird Olympic-inspired cocktail recipes, high-res images of your gluten-free pancake mix, an interview with some chef or a coupon for some bullshit – and neither are my readers.
Want to talk to me for your blog, magazine, etc? Contact me!