After realizing how well bacon and melted cheese go together when I made my bacon weave pizza a little while back this idea seemed like a no-brainer. Yep, the bacon weave is once again making it’s triumphant return to DudeFoods and this time it comes in sandwich form!
Instead of one bacon weave I made two this time, each of which was roughly the size of a piece of bread. Instead of putting them in … CONTINUE READING »
I recently bought a six pound can of nacho cheese from Sam’s Club. I have no idea why I even decided to buy it, but it was less than a dollar a pound, so for some reason I couldn’t pass it up. After it sat on my kitchen counter for about a week I decided to try deep frying some of it.
I started off the same way I did when I made my … CONTINUE READING »
Wisconsin is known for many things, but two of the most popular would probably have to be beer and cheese. I’ve been on plenty of brewery tours before, spending countless hours watching beer being made (and tasting the results), but until recently it never really occurred to me that I could go on a creamery tour and see firsthand how cheese is produced.
You may or may not be aware of it, but June is … CONTINUE READING »
The idea of a wonton grilled cheese was actually suggested to me by a DudeFoods reader named Walter. This sandwich as you can imagine is similar to a regular grilled cheese but uses wonton wrappers in lieu of bread.
Walter describes it by saying “At the right degree of done it turns into a stretchy cheese wonderment and after more frying it becomes more brittle. Choose which way you like it and enjoy!”
Whereas he … CONTINUE READING »
I was asked recently by EatWisconsinCheese.com to come up with a few Super Bowl party recipes as part of their monthly “Entertaining with Wisconsin Cheese” feature. The first recipe that immediately came to mind was beer cheese soup.
If you’re from Wisconsin like I am I’m sure you’ve tasted or have at least heard of beer cheese soup, but much like the Beermosa it’s when I’ve talked to people from other parts of the country … CONTINUE READING »