Roasted Spatchcock Turkey

Roasted Spatchcock Turkey

This Thanksgiving holiday, try a roasted spatchcock turkey. Spatchcocking is an easy method, that results in a succulent evenly cooked bird with crispy skin. The total cook is literally 45 minutes to an hour! No more roasting a turkey for 3-4 hours, meaning more time with the family.   Here’s Another Video You May Enjoy: […]

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  November 11, 2017   No comments
DON’T THROW THOSE LEFTOVERS OUT, MAKE A CASSEROLE

DON’T THROW THOSE LEFTOVERS OUT, MAKE A CASSEROLE

By: Cooking with Jacque Rose LABOR DAY LEFT-OVER BBQ PORK CASSEROLE 1 (40 oz.) package frozen scalloped potatoes, 2 tablespoons salted butter, 4 thinly sliced green onions, 1/8 cup chopped white onions, 1 1/4 pounds leftover pulled pork, 1/2 teaspoon crushed red peppers, 1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic, 1/2 teaspoon seasoning salt, 1/4 teaspoon black pepper, […]

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  October 12, 2017   No comments
Delicious Summer Arugula Salad

Delicious Summer Arugula Salad

The Plentiful Blog by: Natascha Badar July 7, 2017 Original link: http://www.theplentifulblog.com/recipe/delicious-summer-arugula-salad/ The weather is hot and light, refreshing meals are definitely needed! Our family enjoys this arugula salad nearly every night and it just doesn’t get old. It’s loaded with a myriad of healthy ingredients and so many lovely layers of flavor, it’s a […]

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  August 20, 2017   No comments
My Fantastic Trip to New Orleans

My Fantastic Trip to New Orleans

Memoirs of a Self Taught Chef Last weekend I had the upmost pleasure of visiting one of America’s most beloved cities, New Orleans. My girlfriend Oneida and I (along with a large group of friends and family), traveled in search of adventure, food, and Bourbon Street for some good ol’ fashion shenanigans. Despite some rain […]

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  August 11, 2017   No comments