Steak Sandwich Growing up as a kid when my family had a summer BBQ, we usually had leftover steak. Leftover steak is a great thing to have and sometimes taste better the next day. One of the my favorite things to do with steak is to make sandwiches. Steak sandwiches require cut/slicing the leftover meat … Continue reading Steak Sandwich
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
It Does Not Get Any Better Than Steak & Potatoes Whenever we eat an animal we must treat it with respect and care. We love potatoes and wanted to use them in a comfort dish. Adding in a tasty seared steak that really took it to the next effin level. The steak is an … Continue reading It Does Not Get Any Better Than Steak & Potatoes
You want to eat rabbit? Where do you begin? In fact you are probably asking yourself where do I even buy a rabbit? Good news The Piggery in Ithaca, NY has them whole and in stock. Tim Mason my roommate, works at The Piggery as the manager and he loves meat. He makes it his … Continue reading You want to eat rabbit?
I would describe my experience with wine is something that I am still learning. Far from understanding and learning how to gauge wine flavors. Not sure what I find enjoyable and what I find as overindulgence. Michael is the head winemaker at Hazlitt Winery here in New York. This winery is best known for … Continue reading Hazlitt Winery
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