First things first…Is this a difficult dish to pull off? No. It just takes a while, so don’t be in a rush. With that said, we did it in an hour at World Food Championships in Dallas. In order to make this dish in an hour, we cut corners by using smoked uncut, slab bacon. …
…a sirloin and breakfast sausage patty on a buttermilk biscuit with pepper jelly, bacon, kale-apple-citrus slaw, and a runny fried egg, and it was a hit among the judges and guests.
In my 44 years, I’ve lived through my fair share of hurricanes and tropical storms, and I’ve learned a thing or two over the years. We all know the obvious prepping advice. These tips are from my hard fought lessons learned. Food Boxed Food. Yes, buy canned goods, but don’t forget boxed goods. Cereal, Pop …
Today’s recipe test…what would happen if a snickerdoodle and a chocolate chip cookie had a baby? The answer…a gloriously soft, chewy, cinnamony, chocolate chip mound of heaven.
My first drink when I arrived in Havana was a mojito, but my favorite and most frequent drink while in Cuba was a pina colada.
Layers of angel food cake, strawberries, and a no-cook custard in jelly jars to create a strawberry shortcake inspired treat that is pretty and PORTABLE!
After receiving my first jar of Waxing Kara Spring Honey, I knew exactly what my first creation would be…scones. However, plain scones just wouldn’t do. For honey this fresh and bright, my scones needed to be light, fruity, and picture perfect.
Just in time for Memorial Day Weekend Cookouts…two of my favorite things–beer and ribs! For this year’s cookout, we’re marinating and glazing a couple racks of St. Louis-style ribs in Guinness and making the whole family happy.
A sweet tea brined chicken biscuit drizzled in a brown sugar-bourbon glaze on crispy greens and topped with a spicy mustard slaw on a homemade buttermilk biscuit.