Two weeks ago I announced a pretty sweet contest here on my blog. West Bend Housewares (who are celebrating their 100th anniversary this year) gave me one of their Versatility 6 Quart Slow Cookers to give away to a lucky DudeFoods reader.
I was amazed to receive well over 100 entries, and even though I wish I could go all Oprah on you guys and give a slow cooker to everyone who submitted a recipe … CONTINUE READING »
I’ve written about breakfast pizzas that I’ve eaten a couple times before here on DudeFoods, but neither of them were pizzas that I actually created myself. Although both of those breakfast pizzas were good I felt like they were lacking a certain something; a certain creativity that truly made them a “breakfast” pizza. Obviously just complaining about breakfast pizza made by other people isn’t going to solve anything though, and that’s why I set out … CONTINUE READING »
My wife bought some flatbreads recently for us to use instead of regular bread when making sandwiches (I think she’s secretly trying to get me to eat healthy), but they tasted terrible. They literally had no flavor at all. In addition to that, as soon as you folded them they would crack and break apart. Needless to say, we tried one flatbread each and after that they just sat on top of our microwave for … CONTINUE READING »
The idea for the Grilled Cheese Curd Sandwich came to me a couple days after I made the Poutine Burger. I still had some white Cheddar cheese curds left and was all set to make myself a regular grilled cheese when I decided to add the remaining cheese curds to the sandwich as well.
I started my grilled cheese off the same way you’d begin with any grilled cheese, by buttering two pieces of … CONTINUE READING »
I first wrote about poutine (the popular Canadian dish that consists of fries covered in gravy and cheese curds) back in December when my buddy Jeff and I were down in Chicago and I tried it for the first time. Since then I’ve made it for myself a couple times at home, but this most recent time I decided to try something a little bit different and top a burger with poutine.
I started … CONTINUE READING »