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 »
I came up with this idea last year as I was eating my Thanksgiving Leftovers in Edible Biscuit Bowls. On bowl number three or four I got to thinking about what else would taste great eaten out of a biscuit bowl and chicken and country gravy immediately jumped to the top of the list.
The Bacon Country Gravy recipe is the same one I used when I made Chicken Fried Pork Sirloin and when … CONTINUE READING »
The first time I made these edible hash brown bowls I topped them with Canadian bacon, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce to create what I now refer to as a Bird’s Nest Benedict.
Since poached eggs can be kind of a pain in the ass to make sometimes though — seriously, no matter how often I make them I still screw them up one out of every five times — here’s a slight variation … CONTINUE READING »
Breakfast is by far my favorite meal of the day and one of my favorite breakfast dishes is Eggs Benedict. There’s just one problem with it — I’ve never been a fan of Canadian bacon.
In the past I’ve remedied this problem by swapping out the Canadian bacon for pulled pork, bacon, ahi tuna and at one point even a chicken fried steak.
Recently Jambon de Bayonne — also known as Bayonne Ham to those … CONTINUE READING »
As much as I’d love to take credit for this idea it actually came from Wes, who is my co-host on the Dude Foods Podcast.
We were talking about the Mini Meatball Corn Dogs I made and how I can’t imagine that anything dipped in corn dog batter and deep fried could ever be bad when he suggested giving it a try with hard boiled eggs.
Actually, his idea was to dip every single … CONTINUE READING »