Having suffered my first sinus bleed in three years last weekend (a rather bad episode I might add, with about three pints of blood loss), I found myself once again in need of the wonderful healing properties of the Coarse Liverwurst from Kilgus Meats in Toledo. Mary picked up four pounds of the stuff [...]
In looking at this family’s obsession with the cuisine of India, I find I’ve really been focusing more on learning how it all goes together in the correct ratios than in really experimenting with techniques. My one post from a month or so ago included a recipe for a curry that was really a [...]
Above, fresh Lake Michigan whitefish on display in the case at Carlson’s Fishery in Leland, Michigan, in August 2012, only about 30 feet from where the fishing boat that brought it in would have offloaded. At left, Mary stands on the steps leading down into the historic 1850s-era fishing village where the Carlson’s [...]
One of the favorite flavors of my life for the past 30 years or so has been that green paste they call guacamole. Back in 1984 Frisch’s Big Boy out of Cincinnati started shipping #10 cans of guacamole to the restaurants in Ohio so the topping/dip could be used in a few new dishes [...]
A more recent pic of the Ground Bologna Sandwich Spread, an image that’s also a little more appetizing than the other one. Someone’s said all that’s missing in this photo is topping the ground bologna with a fried egg. I’m thinking that’s good thinking.
I know. It’s been three months. Three entire months since [...]
A Mango Peach Steak Burrito topped with Mango Peach Tango Salsa Ranchera. Both recipes are below.
I had a couple bottles of Joe Perry’s Rock Your World™ Mango Peach Tango Sauce available after last week’s recipe. One of the items I’d wanted to make with it was a salsa. But salsa by itself really [...]
A serving of pulled pork sandwich made with the Mango Peach Tango version of Let The Bar-B-Q Sauce Do The Howling barbecue sauce, along with a side of my Oven-Roasted Potato Salad.
A few years back I was rather hot and heavy into making all kinds of fun dishes with Joe Perry’s hot sauces. [...]
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Scott Lee is an old friend of mine. Not that he’s actually old … he’s as middle-aged as I am, and slightly older by a few months. But Scott’s been around most of my life. We met in art class in 6th grade, spent time studying [...]
Recently it seems the standard Green Bean Casserole is falling out of favor with a lot of families for holiday meals. There have been considerably more hits on this particular recipe in these latter months of 2010 than in years past, along with more hits on a similar post on a commercial sweet corn [...]