I love chicken and waffles, so I’m always looking for new and creative ways to combine the two foods. Back in January I created chicken and waffle wings, which are chicken wings that are breaded with actual waffles. The resulting blog post was by far the most popular story I’ve ever written.
Recently I bought a waffle cone maker. The idea behind my purchase wasn’t to make sugary waffle cones to fill with ice cream though. What I really … Continue Reading »
Yeah I know, this would have been a great blog post PRIOR to Easter, but it wasn’t until two days ago when I was at Target and saw that all their Easter candy was 50% off that I thought about how awesome some Peeps s’mores would be.
After all, I’ve already made deep fried s’mores, s’moreos and s’mores quesadillas, so why not try another s’mores related creation? What’s even better is that instead of regular Hershey’s Milk Chocolate … Continue Reading »
Writing a food blog definitely has its perks. The best example of this is the email I recently received from the marketing manager for all of Qdoba‘s Wisconsin, northern Illinois and Iowa locations asking me if I’d like to do some sort of DudeFoods/Qdoba collaboration.
For a while now it’s been a dream of mine for a restaurant to just invite me into their kitchen and let me go wild with all their ingredients, so I pitched the idea … Continue Reading »
I’ve been getting a ton of food sent to me lately, and one of the better things I’ve gotten recently has been this oven baked popcorn courtesy of Aunt Marie’s Gourmet.
It’s funny, even after reading the “About Us” section of their website three or four times now I still can’t really follow it.Â Apparently the company was started by a computer industry guy who lost his job in the late 90’s when the dot-com bubble burst. He then … Continue Reading »
Last weekend I wanted to make myself Eggs Benedict, but after checking my kitchen I realized that I was short two key ingredients — English muffins and Canadian bacon. Since I didn’t feel like going to the grocery store though I did the next best thing — I improvised!
What I did have you see, was a loaf of plain white bread and an 88 cent package of cheap bologna that I bought a week prior. Granted, these two things … Continue Reading »