I’m grateful anytime companies ask me to develop recipes for them, but it’s always a little extra special to work with anyone from my home state of Wisconsin. That’s why I’m super excited to be collaborating with the Wisconsin Pork Producers Association on a series of pork-based recipes this summer.
Growing up I was never a big fan of pork. It always tasted dry and just never had much flavor. As I got older I … CONTINUE READING »
My buddy Jeff came up with the idea for these Elote Corn Dogs as we were discussing how bummed we were about the new food choices at Miler Park during Milwaukee Brewers games this year.
I mean, I’ve come to terms with the fact that for some reason the Brewers don’t want to offer the Racing Sausages Corn Dog I created a few years back — although I have no idea why, because it would … CONTINUE READING »
I’m super psyched to announce that from now until the end of June I’ll be working with Southern Comfort on a series of food and drink recipes.
Since I’m normally just a whiskey and Coke guy it’s been pretty fun so far getting out of my comfort zone and experimenting with some new drink ideas, and I’m pretty excited to see what I come up with over the next five months.
If you guys have … CONTINUE READING »
It’s always a really great feeling when a company that you’re already a huge fan of reaches out to work with you, and that’s exactly what happened recently with Weber Grills.
You see, back when I had my first house and bought my first grill I took the cheap way out and for the low price of $199.99 I picked up a 5-burner no-name gas grill. Well, like they say, you get what you pay … CONTINUE READING »
For five years now I’ve been working with Smithfield to create recipes using their various pork products. In case you’ve missed any of my previous posts you can click here to check out all the different dishes I’ve come up with thus far.
Last month I used their Extra Tender St. Louis Style Spareribs to make some pretty great Garlic Parmesan Ribs and in sticking with my “Hey, it works great on chicken so why … CONTINUE READING »