Ever since I went on a Wisconsin cheese tour last summer I’ve made it a point to try a larger variety of the many amazing cheeses that my home state offers. Recently I was at the grocery store and saw that Carr Valley Cheese Company produces something that they refer to as “Bread Cheese.”
Seeing this cheese really got me thinking. What if I were to make a grilled cheese sandwich that used this cheese … CONTINUE READING »
A while back I made a grilled cheese curd sandwich where I combined some white Cheddar cheese curds with a couple slices of sharp Cheddar deli cheese. It was absolutely delicious and I’ve been making similar sandwiches ever since. Recently I decided to switch things up a bit, so I swapped out the sharp Cheddar for some French fries, kept the cheese curds and added a bowl of gravy for dipping purposes. This is how … CONTINUE READING »
I don’t even remember where I originally found this recipe, but any time I make this pull apart bread it’s always a hit with people who have never eaten it before. I mean come on, its got bacon, Cheddar cheese, a ton of butter and it’s incredibly easy to make. What’s not to love?
Also, every single recipe I’ve seen for this type of bread calls for Bacon Bits, but nothing will ever top the … CONTINUE READING »
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 »