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Whisky Apple Chicken

Whisky Apple Chicken

In The Napoleon Cast Iron Skillet

Posted on July 21, 2015
On the 27th of ever July, it is National Scotch Day. To honor that I made Whisky Apple Chicken with some 15 year aged Glenlivet. Now before you freak out about the wastage of decent scotch, hear me out. It was a sample bottle and held just enough to make the recipe, and it was also not my Glenfiddich 18 or 30. I was dubious about the flavor combinations, and unsure of what to serve with this, but went with sweet potato purée which was complimented by the sweetness from the apples very nicely. 
Posted in: Poultry
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Mint Ice Cream With Cookies And Chocolate Swirl

Mint Ice Cream With Cookies And Chocolate Swirl

Minty Fresh, Cool Treat

Posted on July 21, 2015
National Ice Cream Day is pretty awesome and fell perfectly on some of the hottest days of the year. And what better way to cool your jets with this easy, homemade, and minty-fresh, Mint Ice Cream With Cookies And Chocolate Swirl. Also, as it's my Husband's favorite flavor, I couldn't resist surprising him with it. The results of this experiment in ice-cream-y goodness went swimmingly and I will definitely be making this again. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Butter Chicken Pizza

Butter Chicken Pizza

Give Your Pizza An Indian Flavor Infusion

Posted on July 21, 2015
Leftovers are a glorious thing. They allow you to take bits of your favorite food and turn them into something else, something that can be amazing, or a disaster. This Butter Chicken Pizza is one of those cases where amazing happened. I made Butter Chicken for the grill and wound up with a little left over. Not enough for a full meal or even a work lunch, but enough that I didn't want to just waste it. So the following night I made Quick Pizza Dough and fired up the grill. Added a little extra pizza sauce to the leftover butter sauce and voilà! Butter Chicken Pizza.
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Roasted Sweet Potato

Roasted Sweet Potato

Stuffed With Saucy Pork

Posted on July 15, 2015
I get left to my own devices on most Friday nights. It's my "me time" so I don't really mind. The only problem is that I never know what to make for dinner. Well, this particular Friday wasn't much different. But that was when I noticed some leftover Apple Cider SpareRibs in the fridge. That's how I came up with Roasted Sweet Potato Stuffed With Saucy Pork. I fired up the grill to make a baked sweet potato, then when the potato was nearly done, tossed the meat from those ribs into my grill wok with some Cattle BoyZ Chipotle Maple Bacon BBQ Sauce, and shortly thereafter I had a delicious and pretty healthy meal. 
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Honey Garlic Sausage Stuffed Pork Chops

Honey Garlic Sausage Stuffed Pork Chops

With Cattle BoyZ Chipotle Maple Bacon Sauce

Posted on July 14, 2015
Honey Garlic Sausage Stuffed Pork Chops With Cattle BoyZ Chipotle Maple Bacon Sauce, not only is it a very delicious mouthfull, it's also hard to say three times fast. (I totally dare you) 

So I asked myself, what would make these boring old pork chops taste even better. Three things came to mind. Sweet flavors like maple and apple, garlic, and more pork! So I decided to go with all three, 'cause how could that possibly go wrong? I can tell you now that it really didn't. And the best part about this recipe? Unless you have a gaggle of pork chops, (or would it be a herd?), you are going to have leftover sausage to make meatballs!
Posted in: Pork
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Maple Garlic Sausage Meatballs

Maple Garlic Sausage Meatballs

Fast, easy, and awesome

Posted on July 14, 2015
After making the Sausage Stuffed Pork Chops, I had extra ground pork left, so I decided to make some Maple Garlic Sausage Meatballs. The husband loves taking meatballs with BBQ sauce to work for a fast and easy lunch, so making some homemade ones seemed like the next logical step. These meatballs have of all of the flavor, a bit of sweet, garlic and finished off with a swift kick in the tongue with spice. Try these to jazz up your next meatball sub, or skewer them with your favorite veggies for kebab night. Any way you eat them, you will have good times. 
Posted in: Pork
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Double Thick Apple Smoked Pork Chops

Double Thick Apple Smoked Pork Chops

With Asparagus And Crispy Potatoes

Posted on July 07, 2015
Double Thick Apple Smoked Pork Chops With Asparagus And Crispy Potatoes are a complicated sounding meal, that looks simple once plated. If you serve them with a little dollop of apple sauce to finish it off, then you're really sailing. The sweet smokiness of the pork is offset by the simple seasoning and searing. Paired with the simple veg, you have a meal made in heaven.
Posted in: Pork
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Grilled Strawberry Ice Cream

Grilled Strawberry Ice Cream

Sweet, Easy, No Ice Cream Maker Required

Posted on July 07, 2015
Strawberry season is a magical time of year when the ripe, fresh berries fill many a basket with their sweet scent. I still suggest that it should be a holiday, but failing that, celebrate the strawberry with me by making this amazing homemade Grilled Strawberry Ice Cream. It's super easy, there's no ice cream maker required at all, and everyone will LOVE it. 
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Goat Cheese Pasta

Goat Cheese Pasta

With Bacon And Grilled Asparagus

Posted on July 07, 2015
Left to my own devices one evening, I had nothing planned for dinner,  and nothing but scraps in the fridge. It sounds like I never have any groceries, I swear I do! Anyway, that is where this all started. Goat Cheese Pasta With Bacon And Grilled Asparagus is a conglomeration of my craving that evening, and what I happened to have left over after making Stuffed Bison Burgers and Goat Cheese Vanilla Ice Cream. I love grilled asparagus, and I love bacon, so adding the two of them to a creamy pasta sauce was a no brainer. I hope you enjoy this easy and pretty quick gourmet meal as much as I did. 
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Apple Cider Spareribs

Apple Cider Spareribs

With Sticky Cider BBQ Sauce

Posted on July 02, 2015
Apple Cider Spareribs are perfect for the 4th of July, which also happens to be National Sparerib Day. These babies are sticky, and boozy, they're shiny, and snackable too. I really enjoyed eating these ribs. They're pre cut for you so, there's none of that knife play that you usually have with a big 'ol rack of back ribs (not that I'm complaining about ribs at all...ever). This recipe came about when I realized that the smoker was out of order for the weekend. We went to the LCBO (liquor store) for a bottle of Kraken. I saw the cider and was hit in the back of the head with the shovel of inspiration. Why not braise the ribs with some of the cider, and make a sauce out of the rest? Don't forget to leave a little to drink with the ribs too.
Posted in: Pork
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