Back in April I made a Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Cone and upon seeing it Post Foods — the company that makes Fruity Pebbles — shipped me a box full of swag as well as some cereal, including Cocoa Pebbles.
Then, after I used those Cocoa Pebbles to make a Cocoa Pebbles Ice Cream Taco they sent me a couple boxes of their new, limited edition Ice Cream Pebbles. So, I did the only thing I could possibly think of … CONTINUE READING »
Earlier this year Smithfield asked me if I’d be up for creating a few recipes using some of the Marinated Fresh Pork products that they offer.
Back in March I used their Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin to make Teriyaki Pork Fries With Sriracha Mayo and then then followed those up with a Pork Sirloin Benedict in April.
I’ve mentioned in the previous two posts how all of Smithfield’s Seasoned Fresh Pork is ready to enjoy in 20 – 30 minutes and … CONTINUE READING »
Back in December of 2013 I made Deep Fried Peanut Butter, and although I loved it and it tasted amazing I always felt like it was missing something. Well, it turns out that something was bacon!
To make these I started off the same way I did the first time, by spooning peanut butter into an ice cube tray and putting it in my freezer. Whereas last time I encased the frozen cubes in bread though this time around … CONTINUE READING »
If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter I’m sure you’ve noticed that for the past two weeks I’ve been running a contest — courtesy of Arby’s — where you could win a Meat Craft prize kit that included a stainless steel smoker box, a personalized barbecue set that contains all the essential utensils needed for a successful barbecue, a jumbo BBQ spice set that includes ten different BBQ spice rubs and a bag of bacon infused sea … CONTINUE READING »
This idea came to me as I was making my Deep Fried Spaghetti Bun Burger. At the time I really had no idea how well spaghetti would work as a pizza crust because if the noodles aren’t cooked enough they won’t really hold their shape, but on the other hand if you overcook them in their pizza crust form you’re just going to end up with crunchy noodles, which nobody wants.
Well, I either got lucky or I’m finally … CONTINUE READING »