It’s no secret that the best part of a BLT is the bacon. In fact, I’d wager to say that most people couldn’t care less about the lettuce or tomato.
That’s why while making a BLT for myself one night recently I decided to skip the lettuce and tomato altogether and just stick with the bacon part of it… An entire pound of bacon that is! That coupled with some toasted wheat bread and some deliciously fattening Hellman’s Mayonnaise and … Continue Reading »
Back when I made the McEverything I mentioned that I’d come up with the idea a few years earlier, but just never really got around to doing it. This Alphabet Sandwich is similar in that aspect.
It’s also similar in the fact that it ended up being WAY taller that I expected and almost toppled over at numerous points along the way. Luckily, at this point in my food blogging career I’ve become quite accustomed to dealing with adversity like … Continue Reading »
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up next week I’ve had Reuben sandwiches on my mind for quite a while now. In my opinion there aren’t many sandwiches out there that can top the Reuben. I mean come on, how can you beat corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and dressing served between two slices of rye bread? Well, I’ll tell you how you can beat it… by turning it into a cone!
I’m pretty sure that I recently discovered my new favorite sandwich, and you can find it at Ashley’s Que right here in Milwaukee! It’s called the Prince and it comes packed with steak, lamb, cucumber sauce, mayo, fried onions and shredded cheese. It’s absolutely delicious!
Although Ashley’s Que has only been open for a few months it shares an owner with Ashley’s Bar-B-Que, which for over 40 years now has been known as having some of the best barbeque … Continue Reading »
I came up with the idea for this Waffle Breaded Chicken Patty Sandwich when I was making my Waffle Breaded Chicken Nuggets, which in turn were inspired by my Chicken and Waffle Wings. In a way chicken patties are basically just large versions of chicken nuggets anyway, so throwing one in my waffle iron and pouring waffle batter on top of it seemed like the next logical step.