There was an incredible sale on side ribs (spareribs) when we went grocery shopping. We picked some up for dinner and put some in the freezer. This is when the problem started. Continue reading Oven Ribs, She Who Must Be Obeyed Has Spoken
I have made a successful batch of waffles in my new waffle maker with the basic recipe in the instruction book. Now is time to start experimenting and looking for my waffle recipe. Continue reading Whole Wheat Sourdough Blueberry Waffles. We Put Sam and the Waffle Maker to Work
My mother made the best roast beef gravy. I would love to make gravy like she did. Sadly, it is never going to happen. She had advantages that I don’t. Continue reading Good Gravy. How Do You Make It?
In my previous post, I smoked a sirloin tip roast and finished it on the Weber Barbecue. I’d bought the roast as it was on sale. They also had those designer little new potatoes in a small bag on sale. I normally never buy them because they are expensive. Also, if there are small new potatoes here in February, they have been trucked in from parts far away from here. Continue reading Crispy New Potatoes, In February?
There was a sale on Sirloin Tip Roasts at the supermarket. It is not exactly the tenderest cut of beef but if slow cooked to no more than medium, is quite tasty. By the way, here is an example of survival. I like my beef cooked to medium rare. She Who Must Be Obeyed likes medium. A smart husband cooks to medium to survive. Continue reading Smoked Sirloin Tip Roast, Canadian Rockies Smoking
My friend, Linda, gave me her sourdough bread recipe. I made it in a previous post. It was designed to be French bread but I found it spread and made too short a loaf. I originally thought it was too slack a dough or the fact I used some whole wheat flour. However, Linda
told me her loaves weren’t very tall either. Continue reading Linda’s Sourdough Bread, Final Version
Sometimes you just need a smokey, gooey barbecued chicken. This was one of those times. Continue reading Pecan Honey Barbecued Chicken, MMMM Good
It is time for another batch of Linda’s Sourdough Biscuits. I did them with all white flour this time.
You will be seeing this a lot on my blog. Great biscuits. I even bought some jam to go on them today. I did make strawberry jam this spring but I gave a couple of jars away and I am now out.
The Old Fat Guy
I have been doing some renovations and have been busy with my duties in a local club. Therefore, there was little time for dinner.
I had some country style loin chops in the freezer. Continue reading Grilled Loin Chops, Country Style, Meal In A Hurry
I saw a recipe posted on the Instructables’ site that promised real sourdough bread. The sourdough taste, the chewy texture, and the crispy crunch. The whole deal. I had to try it. So, I got Sourdough Sam out and went to work. Continue reading Sourdough Bread, Instructables’ Site