I wanted to make a Chicken Ballantine and decided to use a cornbread sausage stuffing in it. It is also the perfect side for many meals. This is my recipe for Cornbread Sausage Stuffing. Continue reading Cornbread Sausage Stuffing
I have posted recipes for Cornbread before. However, my Mom used to make cornbread that she called Johnny Cake. It had just a touch of sweet but was reasonably light for cornbread. I have been working on the recipe and I think I have gotten it! Continue reading Cornbread – Johnny Cake
More of my fall potato crop are starting to sprout and I need to preserve them. I have tried parboiling them in the past, but they are too soft when I go to fry them. I needed something different. Continue reading Frozen Home Fries
I love stuffed potatoes. They add so much flavour and texture to the plain old spud. I decided to go for the ultimate stuffed potato and added extra cheddar cheese and wrapped it in bacon. Continue reading Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Potatoes
You know I love smoked meat if you follow this blog. However, there is a drawback to smoked meat. It is hard to do a side dish at low and slow temperatures. Continue reading Smoker Potatoes
I would like to thank BBQ Host for this guest post. As a Canadian, we don’t celebrate the fourth of July but his great recipes honour our wonderful neigbours’ holday. I suggest you check out his site. It has great information on grilling, tutorials and grilling rigs.
The rest of this post is from BBQ Host! Thanks!
It is getting close to Christmas which means we are very busy and don’t have a lot of spare time. That does not mean we can’t eat well. This recipe takes 10 minutes to prepare and 45 minutes to cook. No need for fast food! Continue reading Roast Chicken Thighs and Potatoes