What is one to do with all of the extra turducken? Why make a sandwich, of course. The first attempt I made was with a heated version. In the process, it was too messy to hold by hand, so I knifed and forked it within a microwavable storage container.
The last few years I have made a turducken for Thanksgiving. It has come out fine, but I thought buying a premade one was cheating. Honestly, I didn’t know I could make one on my own and have it come out even remotely edible. You can see from the image above, it came out beautifully, but how did it taste? Keep reading, and you’ll find out. Continue reading “Turducken (Part one of three)”
Because of my tomato issues (see FAQs), I don’t eat pizza often, but I do crave it. I recently got a food processor with a dough attachment and am lazy as all get out. Because of that, I figured I could make dough without the time to kneed I didn’t want to deal with. I also didn’t want to wait for the pizza to prove. I read you can prove and make an Instant Pot pizza dough, so I figured I’d try it. Continue reading “Instant Pot Pizza (Phil-Style)”
Pretty simple Cesar salad. Got the idea from a gastropub I frequent. Just, cut the head of romaine in half and grill flat side until you can see the grill marks. Flip and grill for another minute. Plate and drizzle with Cesar dressing. Added craisins, blue cheese crumbles, and bacon crumbles. The salty bacon enhances the sweet/tart cranberries, with a bit of an extra kick from the blue cheese. Simple and easy to make.
As for an update, the archives are fixed, but it broke all of the permalinks in the process. If there were any articles in the past with a link on social media, they have all broken. If interested in past stories, I suggest going through the archives and reading the headlines. All of the Magical Dining reviews are in. If interested, I would check under the Food Blog heading.
The goal was to go to Magical Dining before going to Halloween Horror Nights (HHN). The original plan was set because my friend’s wife was not interested in going to RusTeak, but my friend and I were. As she does not attend HHN, this was a perfect time to get some food and then hit the park. The actuality was just going to dinner since HHN was closed due to a large corporation renting the park for the evening. After eating the meal, it was better that it worked that way. Continue reading “Magical Dining Month, Venue Nine (RusTeak)”
In my travels, I passed this place a few times, but I was driving with Lily. I didn’t think they were going to let me bring her in and I really didn’t want to stop there if they weren’t going to allow it. That being said, I had occasion to drive somewhat near there without her last week and decided to travel there. Continue reading “Yalaha Bakery”