Archive of ‘Food I Made’ category

The Bigger Mac

The Bigger MacI call this burger The Bigger Mac because well, it’s exactly like a regular Big Mac but larger. Two times larger to be exact!

Want to make your own? Here’s how:

Step One – Go to McDonald’s and buy two Big Macs. I prefer to go on Mondays when they have the two for $3.33 Big Mac promotion going on. I’m not sure if that’s a nationwide deal or only regional though so your Bigger … CONTINUE READING »

The Charlie Sheen Sandwich

The Charlie Sheen SandwichSeeing as how Charlie Sheen has given the world so much over the past few weeks in terms of non-stop entertainment I felt like I should repay him. What can you get for the man who has millions of dollars, hangs with porn stars non-stop and actually owns Babe Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring though? Well, I decided to make him a sandwich. I knew that it couldn’t be just any ordinary sandwich though, it … CONTINUE READING »

The Home Run Inn Pizza Burger

The Home Run Inn  Pizza BurgerI got an email recently from the social media director for Home Run Inn Pizza. She mentioned how they recently launched their “Ultra Thin” personal frozen pizza line, which is a collection of 280 – 380 calorie personal pizzas that you can bake, grill or even cook in your microwave. She offered to send me a couple of the new pizzas to try and if there’s one thing I like more than pizza it’s FREE CONTINUE READING »

Valentine’s Day Meatloaf Cupcakes

Meatloaf CupcakesBeing the romantic guy that I am I wanted to do something nice for my wife for Valentine’s Day. She isn’t a fan of flowers though and buying her some chocolates seemed too easy so I decided to make her some cupcakes instead. Heart-shaped meatloaf cupcakes to be exact.

I started by taking a couple pounds of ground beef and mixing it with some spices, an egg, ketchup and some mustard. Once that was done … CONTINUE READING »

Colby Jack Mac and Cheese Pie With a Bacon Crust

Cooling on the window sill...Macaroni and cheese is one of my favorite foods. I love how something so simple can be so delicious. It’s one of those dishes that even people who are terrible at cooking can whip up with no problem at all. When the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board asked me to be a part of their second annual 30 Days, 30 Ways Macaroni & Cheese Blog to celebrate National Cheese Lover’s Day I immediately jumped at the … CONTINUE READING »

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