Carolina Burger

The short and sweet behind this recipe, Carolina style burgers or hot dogs include four main toppings; chili, slaw, diced onion, and yellow mustard. As for the chili, Carolina-style chili is a chili sauce as opposed to the thick and hearty versions you’ll find out west. That means no beans, no corn, no chunky tomatoes,Continue reading “Carolina Burger”

Carolina Dogs Two Ways

I brought you two ways to top a dog. One is the traditional Carolina style which includes; chili, slaw, diced onion, and yellow mustard. The other is topped with pimento cheese and relish. And while pimento cheese may originate from up north, southerners have perfected it and it’s no secret that pimento cheese has becomeContinue reading “Carolina Dogs Two Ways”

Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders

Instead of serving Nashville Hot Chicken over slices of white bread and pickles, I’ll simply turn it into sliders. Mayo is optional! You’ll need to make sure you soak your chicken in a buttermilk and pickle juice bath for no less than 2 hours, optimal between 12-24 hours, and no more. You’ll also need toContinue reading “Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders”

Chicken Caesar Wrap

Despite the name, the Caesar salad is not Roman or Greek, it’s origin is actually Mexico. Invented by Caesar Cardini, it’s named after his restaurant “Caesar’s” on Avenida Revolución in Tijuana, Mexico. What I’m going to do is tip my hat to Mexico by using this staple of Mexican cuisine, and wrap it up likeContinue reading “Chicken Caesar Wrap”

Toronto Banquet Burger

Francis Deck invented this burger in the 1940’s. Originally called the “Forest Hill Burger,” named after an upscale area of Toronto where he served it. If you’re from anywhere around the Great Lakes you’ve probably been served a cheeseburger this way at some point. It’s not the actual ingredients that make this burger, it’s theContinue reading “Toronto Banquet Burger”

Pastrami Grilled Reuben

The Reuben is a kosher-style delicatessen sandwich which typically uses corned beef, but may also use pastrami as I’m doing here. The difference? Corned beef is boiled whereas pastrami is smoked. And I say kosher-style because it may not be considered kosher by some according to Jewish dietary regulations of kashrut thanks to the cheeseContinue reading “Pastrami Grilled Reuben”

Boar’s Head Blazing Buffalo Chicken Deli Sandwich

One of my favorite things about lunch recipes is that they’re so familiar we just need a glance at them sometimes, to pull together something that sounds good and won’t take too long! Today I’m testing out a product from one of my favorite deli brands, Boar’s Head. I’m going to load up a classicContinue reading “Boar’s Head Blazing Buffalo Chicken Deli Sandwich”

Easy Slow Cooker Chicken BBQ Sandwiches

I’m going ultra easy slow cooker meal here, and it doesn’t matter because it tastes so good! I’m giving the Crock Pot brand’s BBQ Pulled Pork Seasoning Mix a try. You’ll find it on the spice aisle near all the other spices you were going to use to make your own seasoning. The only thingContinue reading “Easy Slow Cooker Chicken BBQ Sandwiches”

Boar’s Head Horseradish Cheddar And London Broil

Lunch is all about execution, satisfaction, and getting back to work on time. Unless you’re retired of course! Today I’m giving two Boar’s Head products a try and I think that they should compliment one another beautifully. Their London Broil topped with their freshly grated Horseradish Cheddar. All I need now is some mayo andContinue reading “Boar’s Head Horseradish Cheddar And London Broil”

Margherita Pizzadilla

Delicious light lunch, done in 10 minutes from start-to-finish. Details below! I love the idea of a pizzadilla. And no, I’m not talking about that monstrosity that is floating around YouTube as some massive, heavy, breaded and fried chicken quesadilla that is then placed inside a baking dish, topped with pizza ingredients, baked, then servedContinue reading “Margherita Pizzadilla”