The weather is finally making a turn for the better. It is about time that spring has finally sprung upon us. To celebrate spring, I picked up a few lobster tails on special. I usually skewer the tails but decided to cook them in a different way. In this method I completely split the shells opening up more area to char on the grill. It imparts the most smoke flavor to the lobster that I have found. Plus it is simple, quick and delicious! Did I mention it is easy to eat! If you are looking for a great recipe with a more elaborate presentation, check out my how to grill lobster tails post.
This cocktail is named for the fact that if you have more than three of these you will be down and out. This is a smooth and delicious drink that is refreshing for the summer heat. You really can’t beat it for quick pick me up. Just be weary that one will bring you up … Read moreDown and Out – Thirsty Thursday
The other week Dana saw a recipe in one of her favorite gossip magazines for Salisbury Steak. The pictures looked great and I figured lets try it. I have never tried to make Salisbury steak, so I figured a recipe in a celebrity gossip magazine would be a great start, right? Haha. The fact that … Read moreEpic Failure – Salisbury Steak
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Nothing says St. Patrick’s Day like a nice drink. This cocktail is amazing! Smooth, delicious and full of irish charm. Chocolate and Peppermint make this cocktail a great refined cocktail. Peppermint Patty Cocktail Rim your favorite stemmed glass with cocoa powder or colored sugar. To do this, lightly wet the edge … Read morePeppermint Patty Cocktail
Libby and Brady Birky, devoted countless hours to soup kitchens before quitting their day jobs to open Same Cafe, the first non-profit restaurant in Denver. Their menu consists of fresh organic ingredients from local farms and is prepped by a volunteer kitchen. The mission is making healthy food available for all. Patrons give what they … Read moreBread And Circus Inspires Naked Juice (Sponsored)
My family loves potatoes and sometimes we get into a rut of having either baked potatoes or mashed. Sometimes it is nice to change it up a bit. So I found a simple and easy way to make perfectly roasted red potatoes. The bonus, it requires very few ingredients and even less time. Hope you … Read moreOven Roasted Red Potatoes
The famous Miss Kay was invited by LouAna to talk about why she loves cooking, her favorite recipes, and more. This warm, personal interview shows a side of Miss Kay that you haven’t seen before, and it’ll make your mouth water for her delicious fried chicken. See more of Miss Kay’s story on YouTube. Share … Read moreDuck Dynasty’s Miss Kay Dishes on her Love of Cooking (Sponsored)
Come February every year, I am always on the look out for the golden arches to release the Shamrock Shake. I love that minty, delicious and creepy green milkshake. I dream about throughout the year. So I decided to go and try to make it myself. It was simple and now I can drink them … Read moreShamrock Shake – From the Archives