Ok, so maybe it can’t vote, but it CAN multi-task better than any other kitchen appliance I own. And I’m including my onion-chopper-potato-slicer-light-bulb-remover-nail-clipper. It was 4 a.m., the infomercial host had an Aussie accent and I was weak. Don’t ask.
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Parsnips, sweet potatoes or the good ol’ fashioned Idaho spud, I’ll take fries just about any way I can get them. While fried is usually a treat, I have come up with a few different ways to create that favorite salty side. Below you can find a new way to serve fries with your summer favorites without having to heat your oven, and subsequently, your home! Enjoy! Continue reading
I’m taking a short break from Pittsburgh posts (there are still a few coming!). Tonight the weather was unbelievably perfect which, of course, means I am outside all evening! I took the opportunity to grill some NY Strip and make a nice light salad, but who cares about a salad on a night like tonight, bring on the dessert! I’ll start with a wide shot so as to not cause immediate combustion. Warning, as the photos get larger, you WILL become more hungry. Continue reading
I thought I would do a post that served double duty! A step by step on a tasty summer dish, and a tips and tricks on grilling segment. That’s two, count ’em, TWO posts for the price of one! And at the price of $0.00, it’s quite a steal! Lets get started on our Grilled Romain, Grilled Chicken Salad with Grilled Breadsticks. Did I mention we were going to grill?
1 Head Romain Lettuce (split down the center)
1 Chicken Breast (Split into two)
Juice of 1 Lemon
2 Slices of Fresh Bread (each piece sliced length-ways)
1 Clove Garlic
2oz Goat Cheese (optional)
Freshly Grated Parmesan Cheese
Your favorite Dressing
Lets get started!
Eating steak cooked at medium or medium rare is easier to digest!
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Thanks to mom and dad, it was time to break in a brand new charcoal grill! A sacred event, I kissed the fire hot grill with farm fresh fillet mignon from the local farmers market. Served on a bed of greens and grilled asparagus, it was topped with garlic goat cheese. The goats are frolicking in a nearby farm, and so I thank them for a wonderfully rich, creamy cheese! I do very little to the steak… Salt pepper and a good sear is all they need!