For this new bread pudding recipe, I combined baked crescent rolls, mixed berries, bourbon, and white chocolate to create a bread pudding that was sweet, tart, creamy, and even a little smokey, from the bourbon.
When tasked with creating new recipes for World Food Championship’s Taste of America contest, we were given a random and somewhat limited basket of sponsored ingredients from which we were challenged to use products from at least three sponsors. Given that I’ve been competing in sandwiches for several years now, my brain seems to naturally …
The real name of this sandwich was “Sweet Tea Brined Cornbread Crusted Chicken Biscuit with Fried Egg,” and the more accurate description is even longer. However, the sandwich itself, regardless of name length, is one cohesive, Southern-inspired, piece of heaven, and while it seems difficult to make, it’s actually quite easy. **My tip is to …
Rather than spending Valentine’s Day in a crowded restaurant or dropping hundreds of dollars for a private dinner, why not cook dinner for your sweetheart?
After several trials and some pretty amazing cupcakes, I decided on a chocolate cupcake made with a smokey porter from Coppertail Brewing in Tampa, stuffed with amaretto cherries, and topped with vanilla buttercream and a beer syrup drizzle.
My particular bread pudding recipe comes from days of dessert prepping for the 2014 World Food Championships where I would need to create a “New Orleans-themed” dessert in less than 2 hours.
Print Yum Dark Chocolate Caramel Macchiato Tarts IngredientsIngredients Dark Chocolate Shortbread 2c all purpose flour ¼ tsp salt 1 c. butter, room temperature ½ c. powdered sugar ¼ c. Special Dark Cocoa 2 tsp. vanilla extract 2 TBSP milk Dark Chocolate Truffle 8 oz cream cheese, room temperature 2/3 c. powdered sugar 8 oz. dark …
In this year’s Teacher Christmas Gift Bags, our kids’ teachers will receive a jar of Red Gold’s Sweet & Spicy Tomato Jam, along with a recipe card for suggested serving possibilities.
This year’s biscuit was baked fresh in competition, and then filled with a fried green tomato pickle, fried leeks, a fried egg, and a spicy aioli, and as usual, my bbq sauce incorporated two of my favorite flavors–mustard (Koop’s Arizona Heat) and hard cider (3 Daughters Key Lime Cider).
This year’s structured build was a Muffuletta sandwich, a New Orleans staple, but with a twist. We were to make a Muffuletta on ciabatta, thus creating the “Ciabattaletta.”