Every time I write a blog post it’s either about a crazy creation I made at home or something delicious I ate at a restaurant. Well, today’s story is a little different. This one is about a meal that totally let me down.
This is another dish similar to the Cheddar Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Bread that I made back in December where I can’t even remember where I originally came across the recipe. All I know is that I’ve wanted to try making these Eggs in Clouds for a long time now, and a couple weeks ago I finally gave it a shot!
What’s really cool about Eggs in Clouds is that the only ingredient you really … CONTINUE READING »
A while back I discovered Bread Cheese, or Juustoleipä as its been known for over 200 years in Sweden and Northern Finland where it originated. It’s a pretty unique cheese in the sense that it’s baked during the cheesemaking process, which caramelizes the sugars on the outside of the cheese creating a brown crust.
The thing that I love most about Bread Cheese though is that it doesn’t melt quite like regular cheese does and … CONTINUE READING »
Hormel recently sent me a bunch of bacon — 12 pounds to be exact — and this Bacon Weave Quesadilla is what I did with the first two pounds of it.
Actually, I should clarify that a little, the two bacon weave “tortillas” that I made only totaled about a pound and a half, but when you’re cooking with bacon you’re obviously going to eat some along the way, and that’s where the extra half … CONTINUE READING »
I stumbled across Project Pie while walking around the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas one afternoon looking for something to eat after about 12 hours of non-stop drinking the previous day. The restaurant had opened up only a few days prior to my trip out there, and boy am I glad they did because their pizza ended up being the perfect way to not only start my day but also to soak … CONTINUE READING »
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