It has actually warmed up to above freezing so I decided to grill last night. We had some Country Style Pork Loin Chops. I grilled them and some potato wedges (next post). She Who Must Be Obeyed made a salad and we had a great meal. Continue reading Grilled Pork Loin Chop, Country Style, a Great Dinner Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated
I am starting a two day project to smoke salmon. Of course, I need a good start. I have mentioned before I don’t like fried eggs. So I made something easy but filling, home made back (Canadian) bacon and fried potatoes.
The potato goes in the microwave, is sliced and browns in minutes, about the same time the bacon takes.
MMM! A breakfast of champions (and fat old guys).
The Fat Old Guy
I read this article on the CBC site, BC Bakery caught selling mislabeled organic bread. Continue reading Consumers Must Hold Government Inspectors Responsible
Beef is very expensive here right now. However a cross rib roast came on sale for just below the national debt. As this is my favourite cut for a pot roast and it is currently cold here, I had to make a pot roast. Continue reading Mushroom Gravy Pot Roast, Winter Comfort
I wanted to give my sourdough starter, Sam, another workout. I was given another sourdough recipe by our friend, Linda. Continue reading Sourdough Bread, Slight Malfunction
This recipe is just so wrong in everything but taste. It is made with canned soup, canned tuna and packaged biscuit mix. Wrong, wrong, wrong. However, it tastes good and reminds me of the casserole dishes every mother in the sixties had on hand for an inexpensive quick meal or potluck lunch. Continue reading Tuna Bake, So Very Wrong But Good
This was originally posted January 5, 2014. It has been reposted due to a catastrophic back up failure by my web host.
One of the hardest things about smoking food is getting the smoke just right. Too much harsh smoke and your food tastes like an ashtray. Too little smoke and you wonder why you just didn’t do it in the oven. Continue reading A-MAZE-N Pellet Smoker
Our friend, Linda, kindly gave me the recipe for her sourdough biscuits. Normally you have to wrestle someone to get a recipe this good. Thanks, Linda. Continue reading Sourdough Biscuits, Thanks Linda