Further to the prior post, we grilled pork last night. As long as the Weber Barbecue was fired up, I decided to grill some potato wedges.
I start with two fair sized baking potatoes. I cut each potato into six wedges. I tossed them in 2 tablespoons olive oil and 2 teaspoons steak spice. I used to use Montreal Steak Spice but I found one with no salt that had the same other flavours and I use it now. Just use your favourite steak spice. Continue reading Grilled Steakhouse Potato Wedges→
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→
I have blogged a lot about how easy it is to cook good food. However, some projects require time and effort. The results are usually worth it and I have fun in the process. Back bacon is one of those projects. Continue reading Molasses Back (Canadian) Bacon→
Thermapen is an instant read thermometer that advertises itself as fast and accurate. It is. I don’t know how I cooked without it. It just reads temperatures withing a couple of seconds and is deadly accurate. If you have ever sat waiting for your instant read thermometer to come to temperature wondering if you are there yet, you know why I love this product. Continue reading Thermapen, I love it!→