The second sauce I made for the sliders episode of my community TV show is Sweet Thai Chili Sauce. This sauce is great on a chicken sandwich, chicken wings or as a dip for cooked shrimp. Continue reading Sweet Thai Chili Sauce
I was getting ready for the next shooting of my TV show on the local community TV channel. I had decided to different sliders and wanted some home made sauce for them. My first choice was Tiger Sauce. Continue reading Tiger Sauce
My friend and collaborator from Foodie Home Chef has kindly sent me another of her great recipes as a guest poster on my blog. She has done on of my favourite condiments! Check out her blog for more great recipes! Continue reading Avocado Crema By Foodie Home Chef
ABT stands for Atomic Buffalo Treats or something to that effect. Some have a more coarse word for the Treat part. It is base on cream cheese stuffed jalapeño peppers wrapped in bacon and smoked. Continue reading Italian Sausage ABT’s
We were still on our trip in Vancouver and went down to Gastown because there are some good places for food and drink. We turned down a side street at random and found the Revel Room. Great piano playing and singing drew us in. Continue reading Revel Room, Great Drinks, Great Food, Great Music and a Lot of Fun in Vancouver!
One of the benefits of social media is you meet great people. I ran across the fine owners of Paliotti’s Italian Restaurant Maple Ridge on Instagram. I kept seeing pictures of incredible food. I had to go. We had to travel to Vancouver and I stopped in. Continue reading A Great Italian Restaurant, Paliotti’s Italian Restaurant Maple Ridge.
Sometimes you need an old fashioned comforting soup. Hamburger soup goes back to the 1930’s when it was used to stretch a pound of hamburger into a meal for several people. It has hung around because it tastes so good. Continue reading Hamburger Soup
My collaboration with Foodie Home Chef continues. She has supplied this brilliant post for a great Salsamole and even has two different methods. Check out her great site, Foodie Home Chef, for more tasty and innovative recipes! Continue reading Salsamole Two Ways By Foodie Home Chef
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