Last month I made Pulled Pork Corn Dogs and after seeing how well those turned out I immediately started brainstorming ideas for other crazy corn dogs I could make in a similar fashion. Plus, I’d already invested $5 of my hard earned money in a sweet silicone popsicle mold so I couldn’t let that go to waste!
The process to make Macaroni and Cheese Corn Dogs was pretty much exactly the same as it was … CONTINUE READING »
A month or so ago on the DudeFoods Podcast Wes and I were talking about how there was a line of Golden Girls-inspired hot sauces. Well, the company that makes them apparently heard the episode because last week a box with all four bottles showed up at Wes’s house. Also included for some reason was a box of Krispy Kreme flavored Jelly Belly jelly beans.
Included on each hot sauce bottle was a recipe for … CONTINUE READING »
Well, here it is… the most Wisconsin thing I’ve ever made! Mini Bloody Marys served in edible Cheddar cheese shot glasses!
The silicone shot glass mold that I bought last year to make Pancake Shot Glasses and have since used to make Cornbread Shot Glasses and Spaghetti Noodle Shot Glasses is quickly becoming my most utilized kitchen tool.
This time around I melted some Cheddar cheese and poured it into the silicone mold, which I … CONTINUE READING »
For the past three years I’ve been working with Smithfield to create recipes using their various Marinated Fresh Pork products. In case you’ve missed them you can click here to check out all the different dishes I’ve come up with thus far. Well, I’m super psyched to report that they’ve invited me back for a fourth year!
For my first recipe of 2018 they shipped me one of their Sweet & Smoky Marinated Fresh Pork … CONTINUE READING »
Last summer I used Head Country Bar-B-Q sauce and seasoning to make a slow cooker full of amazing pulled pork that I then turned into Pulled Pork and Cornbread Shooters.
Recently they asked me to create another recipe and video for them, and immediately the idea of pulled pork fries came to mind. My plan was to make pulled pork, flatten it out in a glass dish, freeze it and cut it into French … CONTINUE READING »