Cowboy Frittata We have learned over time that shooting a few video’s at once is a lot easier for us. Already having the grill out and hot, Chef Frank decide to make a quick breakfast meal. We were having such a good time grilling and eating. Chef Frank did not realize how hot the grill … Continue reading Cowboy Frittata
Beet & Goat Cheese Salad Delicious, simple and sustainable is how I would describe this salad. This salad is perfect for the spring. Quick to make and will really impress. The goat cheese pairs well with the beets. This festive party like salad is great for all types of events. This impressive salad is easy … Continue reading Beet & Goat Cheese Salad
Spiedie Chicken Spiedie Chicken is one of the best forms BBQ. With summer quickly approaching, who is not thinking about having a backyard BBQ. Chef Frank loves spiedie chicken and had it every summer growing up. If you have not heard of spiedie it is because it is not really known outside of central NY. Since … Continue reading Spiedie Chicken
The Line Up Matzo Ball Soup Chef Frank had never had or made matzo ball soup. It is not a diner favorite like chicken noodle soup. It is a pretty hard dish to mess up and super easy to make. Matzo balls last for a few days in the refrigerator. I think that matzo ball … Continue reading Matzo Ball Soup
Rabbit Ravioli After we broke down the rabbit, we need something to make with it. I decided to do something elegant and out of the ordinary. Rabbit Ravioli! I finished this off with grape tomatoes and caramelized onions. Whipped up a quick brown butter sauce and threw in some baby kale. This dish will turn … Continue reading Rabbit Ravioli!
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