Category Archives: Dinner
Fish Tacos are an amazing thing. There’s so much going on with them at once; so many contrasting textures and flavors are being combined in the same moment. It also seems like everyone who has ever had a fish taco … Continue reading
I’m sure I don’t need to remind anyone it’s currently prime grilling season. Grilling beef can get pricey for those tender cuts we all crave. Enter the beef kabob.
My smoking obsession still has not faded. This week, I’ll share how I did my wings.
In the summer I love to use fresh produce as much as I can and in as many things as I can. A while back some friends of mine showed me this really simple, yet really satisfying dish that quickly … Continue reading
For me, Wednesday is the hardest night of the week to cook dinner. Too tired to put a lot of effort into a meal, and I’ve run out of leftovers from the weekend to reheat. Often the solution is to … Continue reading
I discovered my favorite pizza dough recipe on pizzamaking.com a few years ago. It’s quick, easy, and bakes very nicely. Start off by combining all your dry ingredients in a food processor: 1 3/4 cups flour 1/2 tsp. Salt 1/2 … Continue reading
The smoker isn’t just for meats. When you smoke sweet corn not only does it come out perfectly cooked but it also evolves the taste something fantastic. Easy prep work, a perfect side dish that will bring you back for … Continue reading
Kafta, or kofta is one of my favorite ground beef based meals. Loads of flavor with only a little bit of prep work. I made everything in my food processor. Recipe and end result after the jump.
Apple Bourbon marinated pork tenderloin. It sounds pretty fancy. Sounds like something you’ll put some serious time into. That really wasn’t the case. I did very little in the way of preparation for this meal other than warm the grill up … Continue reading