It seems like there are more and more beef jerky companies popping up every single day, so it’s always cool to see one that’s been around for over 85 years and four generations like People’s Choice Beef Jerky has.
They recently shipped me one of their One-of-Everything jerky boxes, which includes 11 bags of jerky in flavors ranging from Limón con Chile to Garlic Ginger to Sweet Chili Habanero, as well as classics like Teriyaki and Hot & Spicy. … CONTINUE READING »
Texas Roadhouse invited me in recently to sample their fall-off-the-bone ribs and I’ve gotta say, I’m impressed!
Actually, I should correct myself, when I hear the word “sample” it sounds like more of a one bite tasting that you’d get as you’re walking the aisles of a grocery store. This was more of a feast — a heavenly meaty feast!
What makes their ribs so great is the process in which they prepare them. Each Texas Roadhouse location uses the … CONTINUE READING »
Well, another year is in the books! I can’t believe that it’s already been five years since I started this blog. What’s even more amazing though is that after all these years of deep fried, artery clogging foods I’ve someone managed to only gain about 20 pounds.
I’ve always maintained that my dislike for sweets is what kept me from being morbidly obese, wearing a muumuu and being completely confined to my couch, but the fact that four of my … CONTINUE READING »
There are quite a few companies out there that will send you boxes of assorted snacks from around the world, so when I received an email from MunchPak asking if I’d like to receive a couple free shipments I immediately lumped them in with everyone else who already does the same thing. After receiving my two packages though and actually reading up on MunchPak it turns out that they’re actually pretty unique.
The company offers three different sizes starting at … CONTINUE READING »
Two and a half years ago my aunt Jenny left a comment on one of my posts and shared a video from Foodinese with me where a guy used an empty water bottle to separate egg yolks. After a bit of research it appears that this bit of sorcery first appeared on a Chinese talk show.
The premise behind the trick is that you crack an egg into a bowl as you normally would and then take an empty … CONTINUE READING »