Several years ago my gal bought me a Mr Beer Home Brewing Kit. I made some beer with that kit and it actually tasted like beer and I decided I wanted to master brewing beer at home. Well in my phat headed way I was saying I will study how great beer is made.
When I was a younger ….hmmmmm…much younger guy. My mom made fresh pudding regularly enough to make me rethink pudding as of today. I used to make it for my waite staff when I played the role of institutional chef. I made the staff all types of different pudding. I know they appreciated it when I
I had this yearning for one more visit to the stuffed cabbage (Golumpki’s see my recipe in this blog) meal item before the season moves into summer. I just love that soft shelled cabbage wrapped meat texture and this time I used a crock pot technique versus oven baking. My result was a nice deep
The Boston Baked Bean is a traditional sweet bean dish that is a common side dish at BBQs and picnics. I do love the fatty, sweet rich flavor and have often made a meal of just the Boston Baked Beans at a gathering. I am offering you this traditional recipe to add to your growing
Potato salad is one of those standard picnic dishes that just never goes out of style. I am a fan of several mayonnaise type potato salads and the one I find myself making over and over is a mustard mayonnaise type. Let’s make potato salad. There are several good potatoes to use for a potato
Here is an interesting area in life. Pasta salads come in hundreds of combinations. You can almost go nuts here….since almost any salad item can be paired with certain pastas. I think we should spend some time looking into this area. Let’s make all different types of pasta salad and see if our loved ones
Spring is upon my area and I just want some tasty and refreshing salads. I really do like a nice three or four bean salad. A three bean salad is a great side to almost any off the grill menu and it keeps well in the refrigerator. Let’s make some bean salad. 1 cup fresh green