Posts Tagged ‘breakfast’

The Chicken Fried Steak Benedict

The Chicken Fried Steak BenedictIf I owned a restaurant I’d have an option on the menu where for an extra $2 you could turn any item into a Benedict. Bacon double cheeseburger? Why not top it with a poached egg and some hollandaise? Club Sandwich? Make it a Benedict for only two bucks more!

I can’t think of a single thing that wouldn’t benefit taste-wise from this. The one issue I could maybe think of would be if the … CONTINUE READING »

The Deep Fried Scrambled Egg Bun Burger

The Deep Fried Scrambled Egg Bun BurgerYou know how you can go almost anywhere these days and order a breakfast burger that comes with a fried egg on top of it? Well, it’s not that I don’t love this idea — because I always add an egg to my burger when given the chance — but a few weeks ago I decided to take it a step further and make an entire bun out of deep fried scrambled eggs and cheese.… CONTINUE READING »

The Poutine Benedict

The Poutine BenedictThis isn’t the first time I’ve written about Eggs Benedict, or even Poutine for that matter, but until recently the thought of combining the two never entered my mind  which is a little crazy since literally one of the only things I’m good at in the kitchen is taking two things that are already hugely successful and combining them.

Originally I toyed with the idea of using only gravy or only Hollandaise sauce for … CONTINUE READING »

The Pork Sirloin Benedict

The Pork Sirloin BenedictLast month I mentioned that Smithfield sent me a package that included numerous Marinated Fresh Pork Products that they offer and asked me to come up with a couple recipes using them.

For my first one I used Smithfield’s Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin to create some delicious Teriyaki Pork Fries With Sriracha Mayo and this time I opted to make use of their Garlic & Herb Pork Sirloin.

Before I get into that though I’d like … CONTINUE READING »

Deep Fried Froot Loops Breaded Sous Vide Egg Yolks

Deep Fried Fruit Loops Breaded Sous Vide Egg YolksEarlier this year I backed a Kickstarter project from a company called Anova that was making a low cost sous vide immersion circulator. For those of you who have no idea what sous vide cooking is, it’s basically a method of cooking food in airtight bags at very low temperatures for long periods of time. The idea behind it is that the food is cooked much more evenly and that you can actually cook the … CONTINUE READING »

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