Party Taco Dip | Cinco De Mayo Recipes

This is a classic cream cheese, no-meat taco dip the way taco dips are supposed to be made. The only problem you’ll have is that it won’t last long. Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Description are below. Music: http://bensound.com It’s the week before Cinco de Mayo, a Mexican holiday which is also widely celebrated in theContinue reading “Party Taco Dip | Cinco De Mayo Recipes”

Carolina Mac And Cheese

This is a gateway to a southern style of mac and cheese that’s home to the barbecue kings and biker bars that dot the Carolina’s. Easy to make comfort food and a classic summer side dish! Music: http://bensound.com No roux, no béchamel, no mornay. Oh but it will be just as creamy, and rich inContinue reading “Carolina Mac And Cheese”

Bacon Jalapeno Relish Deviled Eggs

My personal deviled eggs recipe. A rich center topped with a well balanced meat-candy garnish. Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Directions below! Music: http://bensound.com Deviled eggs date back to the Roman Empire, where they were served as a first course or as the French would call it, “hors d’oeuvre” or the beginning of a meal. They’veContinue reading “Bacon Jalapeno Relish Deviled Eggs”

Cheeseburger Quesadilla

New series: Munchie of the Month! Let’s start this off with an easy to make Cheeseburger Quesadilla served with Thousand Island and fresh Parsley! Music: http://bensound.com Okay so this is great! Like my “Burger of the Month” recipes I’ll now be making one “Munchie of the Month” recipe every month! It’ll be simple, it’ll probablyContinue reading “Cheeseburger Quesadilla”

Shiitake Yakisoba 椎茸焼きそば

Shiitake Yakisoba (椎茸焼きそば) wok stir fry! Very low calorie! Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Directions are in the description below! Music: http://bensound.com Yakisoba, meaning “fried noodles” is a Japanese dish where soba noodles are fried with a simple sauce and usually accompanied by fresh cut vegetables and sometimes pork. For this recipe I’ll be using onlyContinue reading “Shiitake Yakisoba 椎茸焼きそば”

Dijonnaise Chicken Burger

The April 2021 Burger of the Month is the Dijonnaise Chicken Burger! As always the Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Directions are in the description below. Music: http://bensound.com Bringing out the best in home made chicken burgers with a little Dijonnaise! And why Dijonnaise? Because Dijon mustard compliments traditional burger toppings like nobody’s business. Dijon mustardContinue reading “Dijonnaise Chicken Burger”

Rotisserie Chicken Salad

A timeless Chicken Salad recipe that’s easy to make, thanks to the use of rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store. Details below! Music: http://bensound.com Chicken salad is a dish made from pulled or cubed chicken. Mayonnaise is used as a binder for the ingredients, and it is served cold as is, over salads, orContinue reading “Rotisserie Chicken Salad”

Authentic French Toast

Authentic French Toast, and it’s done in 15 minutes! Description below! Music: http://bensound.com Like the quiche, French toast is also not French in origin. Surprise, I know! Legend has it that a man named Joseph French invented it. The English claim to have invented it. Germans provide evidence that they have been making their ownContinue reading “Authentic French Toast”

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”

Ooey Gooey Pepper Jack Poppers

Fried cheese? Count me in! This one is pretty straight forward we’re going to fry some cheese! You don’t need much to do that either it’s really simple science and using your head. If you fry cheese by itself it just melts, spreads out in the oil, then starts to burn. To keep it ooeyContinue reading “Ooey Gooey Pepper Jack Poppers”

Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches

Set it and forget it French Dip?! It doesn’t get any better than this. Despite the name this sandwich is actually not French in origin, it’s American. Los Angeles has two restaurants that claim to have invented it and without being a local myself, it’s difficult to determine or have a strong opinion one wayContinue reading “Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches”

Freezer Prep Breakfast Sandwiches

These freezer sandwiches come in handy when you want something hot for breakfast but you don’t have time to stop somewhere, or have time to cook. From freezer to microwave, hot in 2 minutes. If breakfast is the most important meal of the day then that’s a shame, because mornings are where we struggle forContinue reading “Freezer Prep Breakfast Sandwiches”