I love chicken and waffles, so I’m always looking for new and creative ways to combine the two foods. Back in January I created chicken and waffle wings, which are chicken wings that are breaded with actual waffles. The resulting blog post was by far the most popular story I’ve ever written.
Recently I bought a waffle cone maker. The idea behind my purchase wasn’t to make sugary waffle cones to fill with ice … CONTINUE READING »
I got a package in the mail recently from Target that contained some of their Archer Farms (which is Target’s store brand) Salted Roasted Pistachios, a jar of Corn, Bean and Roasted Pepper Salsa, a package of Buffalo-Style Blue Cheese Dip Mix, a bag of Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and a giant tub of their Market Pantry (Target’s other store brand) Cheddar Cheese Balls.
Out of all the food in the box you’d think that … CONTINUE READING »
After opening 500 locations across 34 different states and parts of Mexico since 1994 Wingstop recently opened a location in Milwaukee and invited me in for a visit. Since I’ve never been one to pass up a free meal (especially one involving a pile of free chicken wings) I happily obliged.
One of the best things about Wingstop is that your chicken wings are always cooked to order so you won’t find any heat lamps … CONTINUE READING »
It’s no secret that chicken and waffles taste amazing together, but why should you have to deal with two foods sitting separately side by side when you can just combine them into one delicious handheld snack? That’s the exact question that led me to create these chicken and waffle wings.
The waffle breaded chicken wings were actually amazingly easy to make. I started off by cooking four “drumette” sections of chicken wings and whipping up … CONTINUE READING »
I took a trip to Las Vegas recently and when I asked for recommendations on great places to eat in Sin City the first response I got was from Dan who along with his wife Melissa runs a great Wisconsin food blog called A Duo of Chefs. He told me that I needed to try Hash House a Go Go, and after I checked out the restaurant’s website and took a quick glance at … CONTINUE READING »