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Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

With Maple Mustard Glaze

Posted on February 03, 2016
Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites With Maple Mustard Glaze are an easy game day snack, or party treat. Make a lot though because they disappear fast once they hit the table. These are easy to prep ahead of time and pull out of the freezer for an event as well. Become the hero of the next tailgate (or Homegate) when you whip these up. Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites With Maple Mustard Glaze have it all. Sweet, salty, bacon-y, smoky flavors caressing your tongue with every bite. It won't matter if your team loses if you serve these. 
Posted in: Poultry, Pork
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Citrus Glazed Pork Roast

Citrus Glazed Pork Roast

With Ginger Carrots

Posted on February 03, 2016
Feeling a little bored with plain old pork roasts, I jazzed things up by adding a little sunshine. Actually I used oranges and lemon pepper, but the effect was the same. This Citrus Glazed Pork Roast With Ginger Carrots tasted like eating sunshine. It completely brightened dinner time and added some much needed zing to mealtime. 
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Orange Chicken

Orange Chicken

In The Napoleon Grill Wok

Posted on January 27, 2016
I’ve been on an Asian cuisine kick for a week or so, and when I got my hands on Napoleon's new Stainless Steel Wok for the grill, I had to make some Orange Chicken. This bright and citrusy meal is tasty and pairs well with steamed rice. Make this instead of getting takeout and you won’t be disappointed.
Posted in: Poultry
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Pepper Crusted Water Buffalo Filet

Pepper Crusted Water Buffalo Filet

With Squashed & Crispy Roasted Potatoes

Posted on January 21, 2016
When I visited the Water Buffalo Festival in September I got my hands on a bunch of great cuts of buffalo meat. The filets have been languishing in my freezer since then, but I felt the need to whip out a good steak recipe. That's when we had Pepper Crusted Water Buffalo Filet With Squashed & Crispy Roasted Potatoes. The intense pepper and the succulent meat paired beautifully. The pepper didn't overpower the unique, beefy-gaminess of the meat; which can happen often if you're not careful. Serving this with a dollop of sour cream on the crunchy potatoes helped too. That little bit of sour cream mixed with the juices and you got a sauce that instantly cooled the heat of a rogue peppercorn. Naturally the tenderloin (filet mignon) melted in your mouth too. Such a simple and decadent meal.
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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Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Full of flavor, loads of heat

Posted on January 13, 2016
Every year for the past four years I make hot sauce for Christmas gifts. This year, I was actually grilling and making the sauce on Christmas Eve! Just like in the past, I used fresh ingredients to create a boisterous sauce loaded with flavor and heat that the recipients just love. This Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe is another on my list of Hot Sauce recipes. This one is spiced with garlic, curry, and five different peppers to give you that wallop. This sauce is as flavorful as it is hot, with a smoky sweetness hidden in there too. 
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Glazed Duck

Glazed Duck

With Spicy Fried Rice

Posted on January 05, 2016
A few weeks back I made Glazed Duck With Spicy Fried Rice for dinner. There's something about this Asian-inspired meal that marries the delicious spice of the rice with a sweet glaze on the duck for a meal that covers all of the bases. The rice is full of veggies so you don’t necessarily need to make more.  Although the more veg the merrier!  This is a very filling meal – one duck breast will feed you well.
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Steak Diane

Steak Diane

With A Twist

Posted on December 10, 2015
Steak Diane is a  decadent little meal that is supremely enjoyable. The steak is tender and flavorful, the sauce is amazing, (But anything that is made with whisky and heavy cream would be right?), and everything else on the plate just makes it that much more delightful. I actually made this because I had nothing else in the house for food. I cook a lot and need groceries a lot, it's a thing. Anyway, I just happened to have some beef tenderloin, the ends that were trimmed from the Beef Wellington Recipe, the other ingredients... not so much, but it sure was delicious. 

 

Posted in: Beef
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Chili Glazed Salmon

Chili Glazed Salmon

There's nothing fishy about this dish

Posted on December 09, 2015
Chili Glazed Salmon is sweet and caramelized, the perfectly grilled salmon, flaking easily when you touch it with a fork or tongs. Pair this with your favorite seasonal veggies for a quick and easy meal that will knock your tastebuds into next week. I threw together the glaze for a video shoot. I wanted to make the salmon look super succulent, and it totally worked. When I got home and served this for dinner on a bed of rice, with a little extra sauce, the husband was blown away. 
Posted in: Seafood
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Peanut Butter M&M Cheesecake

Peanut Butter M&M Cheesecake

With Brownie Crust

Posted on December 02, 2015
After Halloween, we somehow managed to have candy left. I needed to make sure that it was used in a manner fitting of such strong, warrior-like candy. It survived being eaten for over a week after the costumed children came to pillage! Not to mention that this house contains not one but TWO chocoholics! Anyway, as a fitting memorial of our first Halloween with trick or treaters, and candy that survived longer than a week, I made this prestigious, layered confection of Peanut Butter M&M Cheesecake. It was good. 
Posted in: Desserts
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