For the second year in a row now I’m working with the Wisconsin Pork Producers Association to create unique pork-based recipes. In case you’ve missed any of my previous posts you can click here to check out the different dishes I’ve come up with so far.
With summer in full swing I’ve been spending as much time outside as possible and I’ve also been on a bit of a grilled pizza and flatbread kick, which … CONTINUE READING »
For the past couple months now I’ve been working with Black Creek Cheese on a series of recipes.
I started off with a Cheddar-stuffed burger that was completely wrapped in a bacon weave — and topped with even more cheese for good measure — and followed that up last month by making Bacon Cheeseburger Bowls.
With the 4th of July coming up this weekend I got to thinking about how I usually celebrate by … CONTINUE READING »
This post is part of a series I’m working on for Black Creek Cheese. We formed a partnership out of a love for big flavor and bold cheeses.
Father’s Day is this weekend and I think we should give dad the day off by cooking for him instead and the best part is, with this recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Bowls you don’t even have to fire up the grill to do it! And, if … CONTINUE READING »
You may have noticed a slight lack of ridiculous cheese-related content here on the ol’ blog lately and there’s a good reason for that… it’s because I’ve been saving all my really good ideas all for a series of recipes and videos I’ve been working on for Black Creek Cheese!
We share a love of big flavor and bold cheeses. These recipes are not for the faint of flavor which makes me even more … CONTINUE READING »
A while back I was tagged in a tweet from The Impulsive Buy that said “I want to make deep fried Costco rotisserie chicken using Rotisserie Chicken Pringles as the breading. Or wait for DudeFoods to do it, because he’d do it better.” Challenge accepted!
Fun fact: Did you know that Costco actually loses $30 to $40 million a year selling rotisserie chickens because they use them as a loss leader and refuse to raise … CONTINUE READING »