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 just love learning about new styles of food and dishes and social media has made this so much easier. I found the great food blogger Kristina and her wonderful site, https://www.culinarytalks.com/. She has many great recipes from Europe, many from central and eastern Europe. She is also an author. Check out her Ebook, Eat, Shop and Love. Continue reading Culinary Talks’ Sugar Buchteln
If you have followed this blog, you know that I love bacon. I have a friend who uses my recipe and wanted to try maple bacon. I also found a pork butt roast on sale. I decided it was time to do a detailed video on making Maple Buckboard Bacon. Continue reading Maple Buckboard Bacon
I don’t know about your house but here the last part of the Thanksgiving dinner to go is the turkey meat. The mashed potatoes and stuffing are long gone but we still have turkey meat. I like this recipe to use the last of it up. Continue reading Turkey Hash
I make my own bacon and have done several posts. I find mine is less salty and has a nice sweet hit. I decided to try something a little different and seasoned it with some Cajun spices. Continue reading Cajun Back Bacon
This is the second post about the bacon I produced from a full side (belly) pork slab I picked up on a trip to Montana.
I have added some molasses to my curing of bacon in the past but I am doing it a little differently in this post. Instead of mixing molasses into the cure mix, I rubbed it on the surface of the pork before applying the cure mix. Continue reading Molasses Bacon
BACON! Who doesn’t love bacon? On a recent trip to Montana for a bonspiel, I found a whole side pork in Costco. Whole pieces of side pork are very rare here so I picked it up to make some home made bacon. Continue reading Home-Made Bacon, The First of Three!