My buddy has been making a lot of Indian food by using the jarred sauces available in the supermarket. He really likes them. I have tried one or two and they are tasty. However, I just like to be in control of the ingredients I use so I decided to make my own version of Chicken Madras.
My buddy was coming over and he likes strawberry rhubarb pie. I have to admit, I was feeling lazy (what do you expect from an old fat guy.) So, I made Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp. Continue reading Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp
Sour mix is used to make many cocktails. You can buy it but here is an easy recipe for making it yourself.
We were starting to sober up so, obviously, it was time to try another classic cocktail. Today’s tipple is a Sazerac.
We had company coming over for dinner and needed a tasty appetizers. Sliders are an obvious choice. However, why settle for one kind when it is just about as easy to make three different sliders with a bit of preparation. Continue reading Sliders Three Ways
Let’s face it, there is just no way we want to be cooking inside in the heat of summer. So, I fired up my WSM Mini Smoker and made some Smoked Teriyaki Chicken. It is a bit more work than a simple smoked chicken but we had a friend coming over so I went for it. Continue reading Smoked Teriyaki Chicken
OK, I like garlic bread. I have done a couple of posts on garlic bread already but everything could use a new twist. This time, I decided to add a bit of spice to the garlic bread.
We continue down the road to inebriation with another classic cocktail, a Tom Collins. It is a great choice as it continues hot here in the Canadian Rockies. Continue reading Classic Tom Collins
We are continuing our exploration of classic drinks. It has been hotter than coffee at McDonalds around here so we went with Classic Sangria. Continue reading Classic Sangria