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Super Crunchy Onion Rings

Super Crunchy Onion Rings

Beer Battered And So Tasty

Posted on March 31, 2016
April 7th is National Beer Day. What goes better with beer than some Super Crunchy Onion Rings? Oh! I know! Beer Battered Onion Rings, that’s what! These cooked-to-perfection, golden, and crunchy rings of onion-y goodness are perfectly suited to sharing with friends with some cold beer. Don’t forget to dip them in some spicy dipping sauce too!
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Sweet & Salty Brownies

Sweet & Salty Brownies

The Best Of Both Worlds

Posted on March 10, 2016

Ever get hit with a craving so hard that you can’t do anything but say yes? That’s what happened the night we made these brownies. We were craving something from both ends of the spectrum, and that’s why these Sweet & Salty Brownies are perfect. Rich and chocolaty filled with the salty crunch of pretzels. You won’t be disappointed when you eat these for dessert.

Posted in: Desserts
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The Best Prime Rib Ever

The Best Prime Rib Ever

You will never cook it another way again

Posted on February 03, 2016

Prime Rib is a luxury cut of beef. The worst possible thing to happen would be for you to overcook it. You won't have to worry about that with this recipe. When you serve The Best Prime Rib Ever off the grill, you will never go back to whatever way you were cooking it before. A beautiful crisp crust, meat grilled to the perfect medium rare, succulent, tender, fragrant. This will be the best Prime Rib you have ever had. 

Posted in: Beef
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Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers

Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers

Sweet and Crunchy

Posted on January 13, 2016
Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers, there's a story behind this one. I have been a very lucky person. When I was younger, my father took me to Europe. We stayed in Paris for a couple of days before going to Euro Disney and then London via the Chunnel. While in Paris, we ate at a Planet Hollywood. I was horrified to see the chicken fingers, my go to meal was breaded with Captain Crunch, my all time favorite cereal. Back then I was picky. I have learned much since then. Ever since then, I have had that thought pop into my head periodically. Could I? Should I? Well I finally did it. I finally had enough bravery to give it a try. This recipe, these Chicken Fingers... Are. Just. Amazing.
Posted in: Poultry
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Grill Roasted Salmon

Grill Roasted Salmon

With Fresh Herbs & Feta

Posted on January 06, 2016
My husband ate a lot of fish growing up. I did not. At all. So, it's been slow going getting into the seafood thing, but we are getting there. As you can see, Salmon is my favorite and this Grill Roasted Salmon With Fresh Herbs & Feta was absolutely amazing. Fragrant fresh herbs and creamy zippy feta top a meaty salmon fillet. When served with some Crispy Roast Potatoes (just add some fresh dill and a squeeze of lemon) it's perfect.  
Posted in: Seafood
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Pulled Pork Tacos

Pulled Pork Tacos

You're having soft tacos later

Posted on December 15, 2015
Pulled Pork Tacos happened when I realized that we didn't have any beef for Taco Tuesday. OH the humanity! Whatever shall we do?! Yep! That's right! Pull that pulled pork out of the freezer and load it up with taco seasoning, fried peppers and onions. Then toss that into soft taco shells and load them with all of the fixin's for a fast weeknight dinner that will have them asking for Taco Tuesday on Wednesday and Thursday too!
Posted in: Pork
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Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

A strange twist on a home-style classic

Posted on December 15, 2015
Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie is an "I have some pork and some sweet potatoes, now what?" sort of recipe. It was chilly that day, so I wanted something cozy to eat, and easy to make. That's when I thought, why not make a shepherd's pie! This recipe is overflowing with savory gravy. Instead of the typical peas and corn, I went with sweet green pepper. Then I added LOADS of pork topped it with a creamy and crispy sweet potato crust. What's not to love about this recipe?
Posted in: Pork
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Peanut Butter Bacon Balls

Peanut Butter Bacon Balls

Sound naughty, taste nice

Posted on December 15, 2015
This recipe began as a sad failure. Though not in the way you would expect. I tried to make the Vanilla Bean Shortbread using gluten free flour. The cookies ... well I don't know what they did. I rolled them, and cut them, and they just, kind of, melted. They didn't exactly get crispy. They definitely did not hold their shape. I peeled them off the cookie sheet after baking and placed them onto a plate where they proceeded to melt into some sort of blob of shortbread. I really didn't want to waste such delicious amounts of butter and sugar, but what was I going to do with a literal BLOB of cookie. Then I thought, why not add peanut butter, chocolate and bacon? Peanut Butter Bacon Balls were born. Think cake pops without sticks and with cookie instead of cake. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Sweet Chili Shrimp

Sweet Chili Shrimp

Sweet and spicy seafood

Posted on December 02, 2015
Sweet Chili Shrimp is a great appetizer or meal, depending how you serve them. These little guys surprise the palate with their initial sweetness, then kick it in to high gear, finishing with a little fire. Ooooh, I am on fire describing these shrimpies aren't I? When I help with photo and video shoots at work, I love ensuring the food is good enough to eat afterwards. We wanted something colorful and tasty looking for a new accessory that we're working on, and I created quite the ticket with these shrimp. With the sauce and their cooked to pink perfection, they looked great on film, and when we were done everyone got to enjoy a taste. 
Posted in: Seafood
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Brined Turkey Grilled Over Charcoal

Brined Turkey Grilled Over Charcoal

Succulent Thanksgiving Turkey

Posted on November 20, 2015
Brined Turkey Grilled Over Charcoal is an easy way to have the best Thanksgiving ever with very little work. Brining is easy and a great way to add flavor, and keep the juiciness of your meat. Case in point, we accidentally overcooked our very big bird (14+ lbs). I was feeling rather nonchalant about the whole grilling process this time., I was going to let it go for an hour or two, and then put the meat thermometers in. It should need at least 4 hours, right? Well we put the thermometers in, one in the breast and one in the thigh, and it was DONE! We're aiming for 165°F; the breast was 195°F and the thigh was 180°F! The poor thing barely got any color, but we pulled it off and foiled it, then wrapped it in a tea towel to keep the heat. When I carved it a few hours - Yes it was that early - later, it was the most succulent bird ever. Juices were running everywhere! Dinner was  awesome. 
Posted in: Poultry
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