Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss

by in News, March 2nd, 2011

Dr. Suess Cupcakes From Cupcakes Take the Cake

Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, would be 107 today. We’re celebrating this beloved author with recipes that match up with some of his best-known books. Oh, the dishes we’ll cook!

And to Think That I Saw it On Mulberry Street
Mulberry Street Burger

And to Think That I Saw it On Mulberry Street
If at first you don’t succeed . . . Seuss’s first book, And to Think That I Saw it On Mulberry Street, was rejected by 28 publishers before finally finding a home in 1937. The perfect compliment to Marco’s outlandish trip home? This Mulberry Street Burger. Geisel once said that he nearly burned the manuscript out of frustration; we recommend you keep the burger around medium.
RECIPE: Mulberry Street Burger

Green Eggs and Ham
Green Eggs and Ham

Green Eggs and Ham
Geisel won a bet with his publisher when he wrote Green Eggs and Ham with just 50 different words. Kids (and kids at heart) have been curious about this emerald-hued combo ever since.  Have you tried it yet? You’ll love our chefs’ takes in a box, with a fox, in the air, or really, anywhere.

Cranberry Macaroons
Cranberry-Orange Parfaits

The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
In this classic Seuss tale, junior cranberry salesman Bartholomew Cubbins attempts to take his hat off to greet the king, only to discover another and another on his head. Read it out loud with the family, then get in the kitchen and mix up Melissa’s cranberry-orange parfaits.
RECIPE: Cranberry Orange Parfaits

And of course, you can’t celebrate a birthday without cake! We love these Seussical sweets from Cupcakes Take the Cake (pictured above.)

What are you cooking up for Dr. Seuss’s birthday? Green eggs, red fish, blue fish? Tell us your best ideas.

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Comments (10)

  1. Lisa Garrison Ragsdale says:

    Love these creative foodie ideas in honor of Dr. Seuss!!!

  2. Nicki Peoples says:

    Well done Food Network! Thanks!

  3. Kristy says:

    We are also doing green eggs and "ham"… a spinich and cheese quiche with a shredded potato crust and turkey bacon :o)

  4. Pattih says:

    So glad you knew about Mulberry Street. The sandwich looks great!
    Can't wait to try it!

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    Wohh exactly what I was looking for, appreciate it for posting . “Study men, not historians.” by Harry S Truman.

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