Sure, I deep fry the occasional candy bar now and then, but aside from that I’m not normally a huge fan of sweets. With all the ridiculous stuff I make it’s probably the only reason I don’t weigh 500 pounds right now. When that craving for sweets has kicked in lately though I’ve been satisfying it with Lamontagne Chocolate.
As a family-owned business Lamontagne has been producing small batch, high quality chocolate for over … CONTINUE READING »
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a food blogger — who writes mostly about things like bacon and deep frying — drank too many beers and suddenly decided that he was an amazing soccer goalie? Well… you don’t have to wonder any longer because it just happened!
After Wes and I recorded episode 93 of the Dude Foods Podcast we did what we do after almost every episode — we headed up the … CONTINUE READING »
Bacon Day is December 30th and if you’ve been following this blog for a while, then I’m sure you’re well aware of how much I love bacon. The one downside of bacon though? It isn’t super convenient to take on-the-go. Not until now that is!
If you’re not familiar with Super Snack Time yet I’m sure you’re at the very least familiar with its founder — Harley Morenstein from Epic Meal Time. Earlier this … CONTINUE READING »
I first tried these Gorton’s Shrimp Bowls shortly after they launched earlier this year. At the time I mentioned that I loved them because since my wife is allergic to shellfish I rarely ever get the chance to cook it at home.
Since these are microwavable though, there’s no mess left over like there is literally every other time I try to cook something. No mess means no shellfish residue and no shellfish residue means … CONTINUE READING »
Earlier this month I was invited by Iowa Corn to spend a couple days in Iowa with eleven other bloggers learning everything there is to know — or as much as you can possibly learn in 48 hours — about corn.
Being from Wisconsin I’ve been on similar trips around my home state learning about milk and cheese and I actually noticed a lot of similarities between the farms I visited in Wisconsin and the … CONTINUE READING »