Sometimes inspiration strikes and it all comes together. Dutch oven, Beer, Bread, Cheese, my favorite sauce and Cooking Outdoors. For me it was exciting because I love to create new recipes and this time I actually wrote it down to share. Continue reading
Here is another delicious, yet simple recipe from The Food Addicts. Check out the entire posting on their site here.
Here’s what they have put together:
For something that is so simple, it is unbelievably tasty. At first I was thinking – what is so special about bacon-wrapped scallops? There’s not much to it, except wrapping cooked bacon around some scallops. Right? But when I took my first bite into this delectable appetizer, I was in heaven.
Here is the 2nd in a series of recipes from Life with Lindsay. Check out her blog posting with this recipe, because she has a great write up about JD and dreaming about the All Spice Cafe. This recipe is a nice spin on the comforting mac’n cheese.
Thanks again to Lindsay for another great recipe!
At a tasting event in San Francisco during the FoodBuzz Blogger Festival, Foodzie asked us to present our products with other Foodzie Producers. One of the food bloggers that really showed an interest in our Gourmet Hot Sauces was Life With Lindsay. We sent her a Gourmet Hot Sauce Gift Box which recently received a Scovie Award, for her review.
This is Lindsay’s recipe for Caribbean Spiced Prosciutto-Wrapped Scallop Skewers. Thanks Lindsay!
This can be an easy and quick side dish the next time you have the grill going.
This crowd pleaser is super with chips or wedges of toasted pita bread. You can thaw the spinach in the microwave or in the refrigerator overnight – just make sure it’s squeezed dry of any excess moisture. Chipotle flakes can be found at Chipotle Texas, chipotletx.com. Be sure to use low-moisture mozzarella here, not the fresh mozzarella balls you find stored in liquid.
A good Salsa goes with just about any dish. Here is a recipe for you to keep around all the time.
The original recipe for the Cayenne Habanero Sauce was used as a Buffalo Hot Wings sauce, back in Western New York.