I originally did a version of this hash brown bun seven years ago, but was never really happy with how it turned out.
Back then I used metal egg rings to form my hash brown buns, but due to the size of the egg rings my buns weren’t very large.
The sandwich I made with them still tasted good, but with such small buns all I could really pack between the them were a couple … CONTINUE READING »
The grocery store near my house makes and sells their own flatbreads and all of them look pretty damn good except for one of them — their Bacon Cheeseburger Flatbread.
I’m not sure what it is about those flatbreads specifically, but all they consist of is ground beef and bacon — obviously — and then wide strips of American cheese. There’s literally nothing else at all on them….
They look like something I’d make when … CONTINUE READING »
Back in November I was on the FoodCrush Podcast talking about how this here blog got started, how reality cooking shows are fake, how BuzzFeed Tasty likes to steal ideas from food bloggers and a whole slew of other fun stuff. If you want to listen to the episode you can check it out here.
As Lori and Matt — the co-hosts of FoodCrush — were talking to me Matt suggested that I try … CONTINUE READING »
Last year I worked with the Wisconsin Pork Producers Association to create a couple pork-based recipes and I’m psyched to report that I’ll be working with them once again this year!
For my first recipe I breaded slices of pork tenderloin, deep fried them and topped them with bacon country gravy to create Pork Tenderloin Sliders. For recipe number two I once again sliced up a pork tenderloin — but sliced it lengthwise — … CONTINUE READING »
If you’re a fan of Reuben sandwiches then you absolutely have to try this this slow cooker Reuben Dip.
It takes all the best parts of the iconic sandwich — corned beef, cheese, sauerkraut and Thousand Island Dressing — and combines them into a super easy to make dip that’s perfect for entertaining.
I originally made this Reuben Dip for a St. Patrick’s Day party years ago, but after seeing how much everyone in attendance … CONTINUE READING »