I received an email from the homies over at Foodbeast a couple weeks back asking if I had any crazy food ideas that I could make using Pabst beer.
I was super drunk out in Vegas at the time and responded by saying something along the lines of “What if I took an entire Reuben sandwich, dipped it in Pabst beer batter and deep fried it? It could be called the Pabst Blue Reuben!”
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CheeseRank.com recently asked me to come up with an original recipe for their site with the only stipulation being that it contain “a lot of clearly visible melted cheese.” I’m hoping that this one will do…. I’d also just like to give a quick warning to anyone who attempts to make this sandwich — it will be messy, but it will be worth it.
Now, a grilled cheese sandwich with macaroni and cheese in the … CONTINUE READING »
Earlier this year Smithfield asked me if I’d be up for creating a few recipes using some of the Marinated Fresh Pork products that they offer.
Back in March I used their Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin to make Teriyaki Pork Fries With Sriracha Mayo and then then followed those up with a Pork Sirloin Benedict in April.
I’ve mentioned in the previous two posts how all of Smithfield’s Seasoned Fresh Pork is ready to enjoy in … CONTINUE READING »
Back when I made my Macaroni and Cheese Burger Bun one of my Twitter followers who goes by the name Oz Ravenheart mentioned that it put a new spin on the term “Big Mac” if the “Mac” part of it stood for mac ‘n cheese. Well, that gave me an idea!
A short while later I was in my kitchen making a few more macaroni and cheese buns and once those were done I headed … CONTINUE READING »
It may be a little hard to tell since it got pretty compacted when I surrounded it with ground beef, but in the middle of the hamburger patty pictured here is a grilled cheese sandwich. Yep, I made a grilled cheese sandwich, cut it into to a circle, packed ground beef around it and grilled it.
You see, people have created burgers with grilled cheese sandwiches as buns before, but as far as I’m aware, … CONTINUE READING »