Raspberry Donuts There is something to a really good donuts. When I think about it, who doesn’t want to do a happy dance eating a really good donut. Chef Frank made some donuts, fresh and hot. Everything from scratch and using real fruit on top. Few donuts I have had before compare to these donuts. … Continue reading Raspberry Donuts
While Max and I were building the collard green and ham hock wontons we were left with all these wonton wrappers. Now that I know that I can use wonton wrappers in many and delicious ways. The fryer oil was already piping hot and I was outta potato chips. Max and myself love the flavor … Continue reading Wonton Chips
Everyone knows french fries but what about onion rings. A favorite, commonly found in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and some parts of Asia. They are a golden ring deep-fried and crispy. The exact origins of the onion ring are unknown, then in 1933 “dipped in milk then dredged in flour appeared … Continue reading How To Make Crispy Onion Rings
In a world where finger foods rule, a smoked ham hock & collard green rangoon changes everything. It’s important to stand out this time of year. The super bowl is this weekend! The parties are going off! You want people to remember your party as the one that set records. It is effortless as well. … Continue reading Ham Hock Collards & Ricotta Wontons
Buffalo Egg Rolls Invented in Buffalo, New York the creators mixed a cayenne pepper vinegar sauce with melted butter. They created what we know today as the Buffalo wing. These bad boys are great this time of year because of the Super Bowl. I can remember growing up and going to Super Bowl parties with … Continue reading Buffalo Egg Rolls
Homemade Potato Chips: What A Great Snack Food! Snack foods are a growing trend in this country. We are constantly on the move , sure you could go to the store and pick up all the flavors you can think of. Or you could make your own. In 1853 Native American George Crum did, in … Continue reading Homemade Potato Chips: What A Great Snack Food!
Donut Bread Pudding We’re gonna make doughnut bread pudding with a Pabst Blue Ribbon icing glaze. After making doughnuts we had a lot of extra. More than either of us could possibly eat but that’s not a problem. The donuts begin to dry out, lose that crispy exterior that we all love. Anyone without doughnuts, … Continue reading Donut Bread Pudding