Back in January I made a burger that had a bun made entirely from cheese balls and melted cheese. Immediately after I posted it my buddy Jeff left a comment saying “Next up, cheeseball pizza!”
After thanking him for his genius idea and kicking myself for not thinking of it first I headed back into my kitchen and found a glass bowl that was about double the size of the one I used for … CONTINUE READING »
I love breakfast and I’m always looking for new and creative ways to enjoy it, so whether it’s using a bacon weave as a bun for a breakfast burger or making a Seven Layer Breakfast Sandwich I’m always trying to switch it up a little.
When I was a kid my grandma would use crescent roll dough to make pinwheels with ham, turkey and cheese and it recently got me thinking about how great a … CONTINUE READING »
Earlier this year I created a grilled cheese sandwich that was made completely out of cheese. Then, I made a few more of them, added a couple burger patties and some bacon and came up with the Bread Cheese Bacon Double Cheeseburger.
This time I’ve once again used Carr Valley’s Bread Cheese as the centerpiece to a sandwich, and like the original it’s also a grilled cheese. This one however is much closer … CONTINUE READING »
Anyone who has eaten at Red Lobster knows that the best thing on their entire menu is the one that comes before your meal. Yep, I’m talking about the complimentary Cheddar Bay Biscuits that are delivered to each table upon arrival.
As delicious as the biscuits are though, I recently came up with a way to make them even better! Now, I know that you’re probably thinking “But Nick, how can Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay … CONTINUE READING »
A while back I discovered Bread Cheese, or Juustoleipä as its been known for over 200 years in Sweden and Northern Finland where it originated. It’s a pretty unique cheese in the sense that it’s baked during the cheesemaking process, which caramelizes the sugars on the outside of the cheese creating a brown crust.
The thing that I love most about Bread Cheese though is that it doesn’t melt quite like regular cheese does and … CONTINUE READING »