The first time I made these edible hashbrown bowls I topped them with Canadian bacon, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce to create what I now refer to as a Bird’s Nest Benedict.
Since poached eggs can be kind of a pain in the ass to make sometimes though — seriously, no matter how often I make them I still screw them up one out of every five times — here’s a slight variation for … CONTINUE READING »
Thanks to Gorton’s Seafood for sponsoring this post!
Back in February I created a recipe for Gorton’s using their Beer Battered Fish Fillets where I used waffle fries as buns to make bite-sized Fish Fillet Waffle Fry Sliders.
What do you do if your hunger is a little more substantial though? Well… you can either eat five or six of the sliders or you can pick up a box of Gorton’s new Premium Cod … CONTINUE READING »
Back in May the Wisconsin Pork Producers Association asked me to come up with a couple pork-based recipes for them.
For my first one I sliced a pork tenderloin into medallions and then breaded and fried them to make Chicken Fried Pork Tenderloin Sliders With Bacon Country Gravy.
This past week I sliced up another pork tenderloin — this time into strips — dipped them in beer batter and dropped them in my deep … CONTINUE READING »
Have you ever tried Hatch Chile Peppers? If you’re from the Southwestern part of the United States you probably have, but if you live in Milwaukee like I do there’s a good chance you haven’t. If you haven’t though it’s not because they aren’t amazing, but more due to the fact that they’re only available for a few short weeks each year in August and September.
Grown on the banks of the Rio Grande in … CONTINUE READING »
I haven’t done a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos-related post for you guys since back in April when I made Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Breaded Jalapeño Popper Bites so I figured that a new one was long overdue.
Plus, rather than deep frying these Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Breaded Chicken Nuggets though I decided to make them in my air fryer, which I think means that they’re healthy right? Eating 25 of these — which is how many the … CONTINUE READING »