I’ve been on a bit of a homemade onion ring kick lately. First it was Kool-Aid Breaded Onion Rings, and more recently Bacon Wrapped Doritos Breaded Onion Rings. Plus, I’ve also been trying to up my homemade pretzel game by making stuff like Macaroni and Cheese Stuffed Soft Pretzel Balls. This time though I decided to combine the two to create Soft Pretzel Breaded Onion Rings!
I know you’re probably all wondering … CONTINUE READING »
Hormel recently sent me a case of their new Black Label Cob Smoked bacon to try out. So what’s cob smoked bacon you ask? It apparently dates way back to the days of the settlers, when farmers would harvest corn, dry it out and then build slow-burning fires with the cobs in smokehouses where they’d then hang freshly cured pigs.
For a while now I’ve wanted to try making my own corn tortilla chips, and … CONTINUE READING »
I’ve wanted to make Deviled Ostrich Eggs forever. I have a friend who works at a zoo who was supposed to grab me a couple ostrich eggs so I could make it happen, but when one ostrich egg is equivalent in size to about 24 chicken eggs sneaking them out of your place of employment can be pretty difficult I’m guessing.
There are a few ostrich farms that sell eggs online, but every time I … CONTINUE READING »
I’ve mentioned a couple times now how until the end of the year I’m part of the Verizon Wireless Savvy Gourmets program, and in turn I was given some money, a Motorola Droid Xyboard and six months of free, unlimited data service. In case you missed it you can read parts one and two here and here.
As part of the program a few other bloggers and myself were invited to a dinner down … CONTINUE READING »
If there’s one thing I love more than eating food it’s getting a great deal on food. Every Wednesday from 2 – 8pm Colonel Hart’s in Wauwatosa features half price appetizers. I was there one evening with some friends enjoying some mini tacos, mozzarella sticks, fries and chicken tenders when I got to the last chicken tender in the basket and noticed that it looked just like a bear!
My first inclination was to just … CONTINUE READING »