I first wrote about poutine (the popular Canadian dish that consists of fries covered in gravy and cheese curds) back in December when my buddy Jeff and I were down in Chicago and I tried it for the first time. Since then I’ve made it for myself a couple times at home, but this most recent time I decided to try something a little bit different and top a burger with poutine.
I started … CONTINUE READING »
Wow, I can’t believe this is already my 100th post here on DudeFoods. When I made my very first post back in August of last year I really had no idea how far this blog would go. Yeah, my friends and I thought the ridiculous foods that I made at home and ate at restaurants were hilarious, but I really had no idea if anyone else who didn’t know me would feel the same way. … CONTINUE READING »
As much as I’d love to take the credit for creating this incredible burger, the honor actually goes to the Cheese & Burger Society, which is a website that honors Wisconsin cheese through various delicious burger recipes.
The San Francisco Burger features Wisconsin Fontina cheese atop a beef patty as well as sliced tomatoes, red onions, guacamole, bacon and lettuce all between two slices of sourdough bread. If you’ve been reading my blog for … CONTINUE READING »
Don’t you hate it when you think you have a great idea only to find out that tons of other people have already though of the exact same thing? That’s pretty much what happened to me with these cookies. You see, I volunteered to bake some cookies for an upcoming Cookies For Kids’ Cancer bake sale and instead of just taking the easy route and making chocolate chip or peanut butter cookies I wanted to … CONTINUE READING »
I wrote a couple weeks ago about how although I enjoy the fact that Yum! Brands (the parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC) has created hybrid restaurants where you can buy food from more than one of their fast food chains at a single location I still wished they had some choices that combined foods from their multiple chains into a single item. I was even nice enough to get them started … CONTINUE READING »