I was going to visit my brother and needed to make some bacon for him. I decided to use the opportunity to make double smoked bacon and he likes a touch of fat in his bacon so I went with buckboard bacon. I also did a video of this cook. Continue reading Double Smoked Buckboard Bacon with Video
I have posted my Cheese Muffin recipe before. The recipe is here:
However, I have made a movie of how to make them and here it is!
The Old Fat Guy
When you first start cooking you just want good food and you follow recipes that have been tested. However, as you become more proficient, you want to make recipes that suit your tastes. These cookies are an example of that. I like molasses, raisins, nuts and oatmeal in my cookies. I like them chewy and moist. Welcome to Old Fat Guy Cookies. Continue reading Old Fat Guy Cookies
I have posted a recipe for English Muffins before. Those muffins were a little more bread like. Many English Muffins are more spongy. I prefer these softer muffins for eggs Benedict but they are awesome with butter and jam too. The spongy texture means butter soaks right through them! These muffins are meant to be toasted to get crusty on the outside. Continue reading English Muffins
I made Tomato Rice Soup for a bonspiel last year. We had another major bonspiel at our curling club this year so I did a video of this great vegetarian, gluten free soup!
The recipe is at:
Here is the video!
I have posted my Chicken Cheese Enchilada in the early days of my blog but it wasn’t posted with a printable recipe in Yummly format. I had an urge to make some so I decided to repost it and make a video of the cook. Continue reading Chicken Cheese Enchiladas
I was raised on canned tomato soup. We had it often. It wasn’t bad but it didn’t have a lot of taste. I have had bacon in my tomato soup and it really kicks it up. As I was cutting up some home made pepperoni, it hit me, this would be even better than bacon in a tomato based soup. I had to give it a try. Continue reading Pepperoni Soup
I am old enough to remember the days of the stodgy old steakhouses. They had white table cloths, huge hunks of beef and a standard set of appetizers and side dishes. One of the common dishes was Shrimp Louie, shrimp in a tasty pink sauce. It was a rich appetizer served in a chilled glass. I have updated it to a more modern version with shrimp on skewers to make them a finger food with a tasty dip. Continue reading Shrimp Skewers Louie