My wife and I were on our way home from my brother’s house one afternoon when she told me that she needed to stop at the arts and crafts store. Normally this means that I’d be waiting in the car bored out of my gourd for about 30 minutes while she browses their sweet selection of beads, storage essentials and floral decor, but on this instance I decided to stop in with her.
As I walked around trying my best … Continue Reading »
This was my backup plan for the Foodbeast pizza challenge that I participated in a couple weeks back when I made my Sweet and Sour Chicken Pizza.
At the time I wasn’t sure how well the deep fried white rice crust that I wanted to use for the pizza would turn out — spoiler alert: it turned out perfect — so I came up with this pizza version of the Deep Fried Bacon Wrapped Peanut Butter Balls that I … Continue Reading »
I don’t really have a cool story about how I came up with the idea for this blog post like I do with most of my others. I just had a few ice cream sandwiches left in my freezer from a box of 12 that I bought a while back and as I was about to eat one I got to thinking about how it’s been a while since I deep fried anything with beer and bacon batter. The next … Continue Reading »
These days it seems like every baseball team out there is jumping on the crazy food train. The problem with a lot of the new foods though — like the Churro Dog sold by the Arizona Diamondbacks for example — is that they just don’t seem like they would be at all possible to eat while you’re trying to watch a baseball game. So… I decided to come up with my own!
Being from Milwaukee I also wanted something that … Continue Reading »
I’ve deep fried a lot of things in my day — hell, I deep fried a ton of stuff last week alone — but one thing I’ve always wanted to try making was Deep Fried Eggs Benedict.
The one part that always worried me about attempting to deep fry a poached egg though was that it would end up overcooked. There’s nothing worse than getting all amped up about Eggs Benedict and then cutting into the egg only to have … Continue Reading »