I’ve owned my Weber Summit grill for about three years now. It was literally the first purchase I made when my wife and I moved into our new house. Seriously, I bought it before we even had any living room furniture….
Due to its size this grill obviously isn’t coming to tailgates with me like the Q 1200 gas grill Weber sent me that I used to make Racing Sausages Kebabs and Pizza Stuffed Poblano … CONTINUE READING »
Often times when I’m eating a burger with a side of fries I do this thing where I try to include a fry or two into each burger bite.
I usually do this one of two ways. The first is by grabbing some fries and holding them on top of my burger as I pick it up and bite it. Unfortunately, this has caused me to bite my own fingers on more than one occasion. … CONTINUE READING »
Roth Cheese recently launched a new line of circular 3/4 ounce cheeses that are absolutely perfect for snacking. Do you know what else they’re perfect for though? Getting breaded in Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, so they can be deep fried and used as slider buns!
I’ve done something similar before with full-size burgers and much larger wheels of cheese, and although I thought that the larger version was absolutely amazing I can also understand how that … CONTINUE READING »
If you’ve been following this blog for a while or if you’ve ever listened to the Dude Foods Podcast you’d know how much I love McDonald’s.
Before I got fired from my crappy office job I ate lunch there four or five times a week. I got to be such a regular at the closest McDonald’s to my office that I started splitting up my visits between three other locations that were a little bit … CONTINUE READING »
A couple years ago I was lucky enough to spend a week in the Caribbean, and much like every vacation I go on the thing I enjoyed the most about my trip was checking out the local cuisine.
That’s why when El Yucateco asked me to create a recipe using one of their hot sauces and I saw that they had a Caribbean Habanero flavor I knew that I needed to try it.
As I’ve … CONTINUE READING »