Yesterday I posted my recipe for Bratwurst Style Pulled Pork Sliders — made with a delicious Boneless Netted Fresh Pork Shoulder Roast from Smithfield — and although it took everything in my power not to completely devour the three pounds of pulled pork I ended up with I somehow managed to save some from the next day.
There was a small problem though. I’d completely run out of all of the amazing soft pretzel buns I used for the sliders … CONTINUE READING »
If you’ve been reading DudeFoods for a while then you’ll probably know that all last year I was working with Smithfield to come up with various recipes using their Marinated Fresh Pork products. In case you missed them though, you can click here to check out all the different dishes I came up with.
This year they’ve once again asked me to create some recipes using their amazing Fresh Pork products, and for my first Smithfield post of 2016 they … CONTINUE READING »
My buddy Kyle A.K.A. The Vulgar Chef absolutely loves chicken and waffles. So much so in fact that he often eats them multiple times a day. The problem with chicken and waffles though — or so he tells me — is that they’re a two handed ordeal which means he can’t eat them and drink beer out of his Pretzel Koozie at the same time. Well, here you go buddy! Chicken and Waffles on a Stick!
These are actually pretty … CONTINUE READING »
Pringles recently launched a limited-edition “Hot Diggity Dog” flavor that tastes like hot dogs and the first thing that came to my mind when I saw them — aside from the fact that I could probably eat an entire can in one sitting, but then again, that’s me with pretty much any flavor of Pringles — was that I needed to bread some actual hot dogs in them and deep fry them.
In the words of Xzibit, host of the … CONTINUE READING »
I received an email from the homies over at Foodbeast a couple weeks back asking if I had any crazy food ideas that I could make using Pabst beer.
I was super drunk out in Vegas at the time and responded by saying something along the lines of “What if I took an entire Reuben sandwich, dipped it in Pabst beer batter and deep fried it? It could be called the Pabst Blue Reuben!”
They were into it an apparently … CONTINUE READING »