Alright, this blog post is LONG overdue. Back in October I made a bet with Jess from BurgerMary.com on the Packers / Saints football game. Since I’m from Wisconsin I’m obviously a huge Packers fan and Jess, even though she’s from Australia and splits her time between there and Texas somehow ended up as a Saints fan. On the plus side, at least she doesn’t root for the Cowboys….
Recently I received an email from the people over at SodaStream offering me a free SodaStream Play. They also tasked me with coming up with a crazy dude foods inspired recipe using the machine and seeing as how I’m never one to back down from a challenge I accepted. Plus, I’ll be honest, as someone who has owned a SodaStream for over five years now I was pretty excited to check out one of the newer models.
I pretty much spent my entire weekend eating Thanksgiving leftovers, and by late last night they were almost all gone. I had about enough left for one more meal, but there was a small problem — although I wanted a turkey sandwich to go along with my corn, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy I was completely out of bread,
Too tired to make a 10pm run to the grocery store I searched my refrigerator for a suitable replacement and noticed … Continue Reading »
Earlier this year I backed a Kickstarter project from a company called Anova that was making a low cost sous vide immersion circulator. For those of you who have no idea what sous vide cooking is, it’s basically a method of cooking food in airtight bags at very low temperatures for long periods of time. The idea behind it is that the food is cooked much more evenly and that you can actually cook the inside of your food properly … Continue Reading »
I recently spent 30 minutes digging through my kitchen cabinets trying to find some cookie cutters that it turns out were pretty much sitting right in front of me the entire time. On the plus side, I found a box of peanut butter flavored Pop-Tarts during my hunt and seeing as how they were about to expire I figured I should do something with them.
Now, I could have just eaten them for breakfast the next morning, but the problem … Continue Reading »