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
Custard Raspberry Pie Our friend Gordy gave us some frozen raspberry, from his farm. Next, we thought about pie. Who doesn’t like pie, especially with homemade whip cream. At Heavenly Eating, we judge our recipes by how fast we can give it away. We have no self-control and if we don’t give it away. We … Continue reading Raspberry Pie
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
Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed French Bread I have not been to Philly in a while now. It was a busy day all around and I was really feeling like eating a big sandwich. I have a bad habit of always showing up to Chef Frank house hungry and the Chef is always cool about feeding … Continue reading Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed French Bread
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!
Flashback to the 1950’s the origin of monkey bread comes from magazines and boy scout camping trips. The name of the desert comes from the bread looks like a monkey puzzle tree fruit. Monkey Bread is an old-time Boy Scout favorite. This dish is made with very little effort. It can be made at home … Continue reading S’mores Monkey Bread