Most people — especially in Wisconsin where I live — only equate bratwurst and other sausages with grilling and grilling with summer, meaning that for five months out of the year when the temperatures drop below freezing they tend to … CONTINUE READING »
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When you think of classic sweet and salty food combinations what comes to mind? Chocolate covered bacon? Ham and pineapple? Well, here’s a new one for you — Pear Stuffed Soft Pretzel Balls! The folks over at Foodbeast partnered up with the Canned Food Alliance and asked a few different food bloggers — myself included — to create quick and easy recipes that make use of canned items as an integral part of the dish. … CONTINUE READING »
The second I finished my Macaroni and Cheese Stuffed Soft Pretzel Balls I was already trying to think of other foods that would benefit from a soft pretzel breading. One of the first things I came up with was nacho cheese.
Sure, dipping soft pretzels in nacho cheese is amazing, but what if you could create bite-sized soft pretzel balls that already had the cheese right inside of them? Well, here’s how to do it!… CONTINUE READING »
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 »
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