What you see pictured here may look like a basic hot dog with some slice marks across it, but what you’re actually looking at is a hot dog and a cheese-stuffed chicken sausage, both spiral cut and then woven together as one.
The idea originally came to me after I saw a video on Chow.com about the benefits of spiral cutting your hot dogs prior to grilling them. Ever since then I’ve been meaning to give it a try, or … Continue Reading »
I came up with this idea the last time I made Chicken and Waffle Wings. Don’t get me wrong, those are great and all, but these are absolutely perfect when you want a quick, simple way to enjoy chicken and waffles without dealing with the bones in chicken wings.
I love chicken nuggets. They’re easily one of my favorite snack foods when I’m feeling especially lazy, and breading them with waffles just makes them THAT much better. The best … Continue Reading »
There’s a custard place here in Wisconsin called Kopp’s that ships their custard nationwide for a fairly substantial fee. Since it basically has to be shipped UPS Next Day Air though it’s not their fault that it’s so expensive, but unless you’ve tried it you’d probably never consider paying $75 plus an additional $60 or so in shipping charges just to get ten pints of their custard sent to you.
What do you do when you want Eggs Benedict but you don’t have any English muffins? Use a grilled cheese sandwich instead!
I mean, I guess I could have just used a piece of toast instead of an actual sandwich, but that just seems a little boring. Plus, it also would have been way too similar to the Poor Man’s Eggs Benedict that I created a year and a half ago.
I’m a pretty big fan of custard. In fact, I always said that I’d never choose ice cream over it. That was until I visited Kelley Country Creamery.
Recently the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board invited a group of bloggers — myself included — to spend a day and a half riding around Wisconsin in a coach bus visiting creameries, restaurants and learning all about the process of how cheese and ice cream is made. It was actually similar to … Continue Reading »