What do you do when you love McDonald’s breakfast but you’re sick of all the McGriddles, Biscuits and McMuffins that they offer? You invent your own breakfast! I call this the McBenedict.
I took a Big Mac, fed the top bun to my dog Finn, added some Chicken McNuggets and fries and completed my masterpiece with a poached egg and some hollandaise sauce.
Generally when I make Eggs Benedict I top the poached egg and … CONTINUE READING »
For the second year in a row now I’m working with the Wisconsin Pork Producers Association to create unique pork-based recipes. In case you’ve missed any of my previous posts you can click here to check out the different dishes I’ve come up with so far.
While looking back at the five recipes I’ve already done for them I noticed one small problem. There wasn’t a single recipe that involved bacon. Seeing as how pork … CONTINUE READING »
This post is part of a series I’m working on for Black Creek Cheese. We formed a partnership out of a love for big flavor and bold cheeses.
This is the fifth in a series of recipes I’m working on for Black Creek Cheese. In case you’ve missed any of my previous posts you can click here to check out all the cheesy dishes I’ve come up with so far.
I’m not sure … CONTINUE READING »
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 »