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Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders

Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders

With Quick Pickled Red Onion

Posted on June 26, 2018

After meeting and interviewing the owner and head chef at The North Restaurant in Barrie, I was feeling very inspired. Chef Marco talked about bringing all five senses into the meals that you prepare. That, coupled with another generous delivery from COBS Bread in the form of Gourmet Slider Buns, had me thinking about making sliders even better. These Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders With Quick Pickled Red Onion are delicious as an appetizer or for a meal – and trust me, you’ll want to eat more than one. Smoky beef patties and bacon, sweet teriyaki seasonings, tart grilled pineapple, creamy cheese, and astringent pickled red onion causes flavor to bloom across all regions of your tongue simultaneously in a cascade of flavor. The thing that holds it all together? The slider buns. Lightly toasted on the Napoleon Warming Rack Baking Stone, the buns from COBS have a glossy top and a light, fresh interior, perfect for nestling flavorful fillings.
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Bison Burgers

Bison Burgers

with Garlic & Feta

Posted on August 30, 2016
Hamburgers don’t have to be exclusively made with beef. These Bison Burgers with Garlic & Feta are definite proof of that. Bison is a little leaner than beef and pork, but the flavor is incredible. Accent that with some fresh garlic, and salty feta cheese for an incredible burger. A local butcher should be able to help you get your hands on Bison meat for this recipe, but you can also try your local farmer’s market. 
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Toasted Turkey Sandwich

Toasted Turkey Sandwich

on COBS Bread Cape Seed Loaf

Posted on August 05, 2016
When you get your hands on special ingredients, like COBS Bread’s Cape Seed Loaf, you need to turn it into something truly spectacular. This Toasted Turkey Sandwich took your typical sandwich, and turned it into a work of art. Imagine biting into a lightly toasted sandwich, the crisp outer layer of bread, infused with smokiness from the grill, gives way to the moist and hearty insides of a sesame seed crusted loaf.  This whole grain bread is one that you could enjoy in its own right with maybe a little butter. I took it and toasted it, added some fresh mozzarella, and turned it into a Panini with some leftover roasted turkey, which I grilled to heat it up. It was hot turkey sandwich heaven people! 
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Hassleback Style Garlic Bread

Hassleback Style Garlic Bread

On COBS Bread Sunflower Flax Sourdough

Posted on July 27, 2016
There is nothing better than a loaf of fresh bread. Well…. Okay garlic bread made from a loaf of fresh bread could tie for the top spot of nothing-better-ness. That’s why I made Hassleback Style Garlic Bread On COBS Bread Sunflower Flax Sourdough. The bread was super fresh and smelled soooo good! It was all I could do not to go all “my precious” on it. I did wind up sharing the bread with other people at dinner, much to my chagrin. Though, they did enjoy it, so I guess that makes up for having to share.
Posted in: Appetizers
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