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How to Braise Haskapa Malbec Bratwurst + Video
Nov28

How to Braise Haskapa Malbec Bratwurst + Video

This recipe for How to Braise Haskapa Malbec Bratwurst is one you will want to adapt to use with other sausages & meats to bring out and enhance all their great flavors. So juicy, these pork-based sausages benefit from the sweet & tangy haskap taste along with a robust, red wine like a Malbec to keep things moist & give a beautiful finish carrying all that flavor. Braised Haskapa Malbec Bratwurst: I am using the fantastic...

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How to Make Portabello Mushroom Pita Burgers: School Lunch Ideas
Sep19

How to Make Portabello Mushroom Pita Burgers: School Lunch Ideas

Portabello Mushroom Burgers are a tasty surprise in any lunch box. This is an absolutely amazingly delightful combination. School lunches can be meatless, yet still tasty & nutritious. A gorgeously roasted mushroom with fresh toppings & flavorful seasoning inside of a pita pocket, and you have a great lunchtime treat. I know it doesn’t taste like a meat burger, but when it’s all put together, it is full of flavor,...

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How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry: School Lunch Ideas
Sep16

How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry: School Lunch Ideas

A simple & tasty recipe for How to Bake Pork Sausages in Puff Pastry is a great one to have up your sleeve. Children love these tasty appetizer tidbits that I frequently serve when I have guests, but they also make a great main dish for school lunches. All you need is a package of puff pastry, 4 or 5 pork breakfast sausages and a hot oven. This makes a nice change for children who bring lunch to school every day. Baked Pork...

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Web Chef Review: Napa Jack’s Bourbon BBQ Sauce
Aug03

Web Chef Review: Napa Jack’s Bourbon BBQ Sauce

Napa Jack’s Bourbon BBQ Sauce from Wine Country Kitchens is outstanding… I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do with its deep, dark flavor of bourbon, thick and sweet, savory and spicy; it scents and flavors your food and makes it so sensually delicious that once you use it, you will look for that flavor every time you barbeque or grill. It makes a gorgeous marinade, and I use to baste my meat as well, and makes an ideal...

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National Corned Beef Hash Day is Here with a Great Recipe
Sep27

National Corned Beef Hash Day is Here with a Great Recipe

Oh National Corned Beef Hash Day…what a wonderful start to the day! Take each ingredient in a hash and really, they aren’t special at all… Put them all together, and it’s something spectacular using leftover corned beef. The word hash is derived from the French verb, “to chop” – hacher. This cured and cooked meat is chopped up and mixed with delicious seasonings and some veggies. Heat it all...

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How to BBQ an All-American Cheeseburger
Sep18

How to BBQ an All-American Cheeseburger

What could be tastier than a perfectly grilled, juicy, All-American Cheeseburger? Not much, I suspect with all of that ooey gooey cheese melting off the sides of the burger, fresh & tasty toppings on it, and a fluffy, lightly toasted bun. Awwww, man! Although it’s a classic American recipe, this is certainly something I crave, and love making too. Such a simple dinner made relatively quickly, is tempting to most taste buds,...

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National Cheeseburger Day is Ooey Gooey Good + 2 BBQ Recipes
Sep18

National Cheeseburger Day is Ooey Gooey Good + 2 BBQ Recipes

It’s National Cheeseburger Day, and there are so many ways to make cheeseburgers and so many ways to love them. I will, however, revel in the beauty of a perfectly charcoal grilled hamburger with real, ooey, gooey cheese melted on it. It’s not always the best idea to make burgers using the leanest beef because fat provides more flavor and moisture. Ground chuck is a good choice for burgers. You can purchase ground chuck at...

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Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner  + Video
Jun24

Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner + Video

Today, I figured I would share with you some of my food philosophy. I often get inbox messages everywhere as to how I stay fit and eat so many crazy things…and I thought I would address that briefly here. I feel I have a different philosophy on food and cooking than many people out there. Watch the video below for Kimberly’s views & enjoy the information in the post too: ENJOY the Food You Eat: Firstly, I want to...

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How to Cook Mushroom, Green Bean & Cheese Frittata for Breakfast
Sep22

How to Cook Mushroom, Green Bean & Cheese Frittata for Breakfast

This morning, I wanted to cook a little something different for breakfast, as we can get really into our favorite pancakes, French toast and egg recipes. We hold on to our “favorites” or “trusty rusty” recipes that are tried and true. But don’t forget about a little bit of breakfast adventure. I made a mushroom, green bean & cheese frittata for breakfast, and it was so delicious, it was gone so...

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How to BBQ Southwest Burgers
Aug01

How to BBQ Southwest Burgers

Whether it’s a hot summer or in the dead of winter, we all crave that BBQ flavor of the grill. Sometimes, burgers are all you need to fill that void. It’s fun to play around with burger flavors, and what is more “summertime” than the southwest flavors of the USA? Play around with different crumbs to change flavor and add small ingredients to create the flavors you desire. Check out my Southwest BBQ Burgers!...

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One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 6
Feb04

One Month Grocery Shopping Strike: Day 6

This is Day Six of our One Month Grocery Shopping Strike! I had a ton of running around to do today as I have my Interview with Patrick Harb on UStream tonight. I didn’t cook at all today. In fact, because I just didn’t have time, I only ate once and it was fish & chips I brought home for everyone. Of course, we served it with lemons, ketchup & malt vinegar from our pantry! I believe my mom & hubby had frozen...

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Benefits of Copper Cookware
Dec11

Benefits of Copper Cookware

Not many things are more gorgeous to a chef in the kitchen, whether you actually use it or not. Copper cookware has a shiny luster all it’s own. Often handed down from generation to generation, copper cookware wins out. On the other hand, this cookware isn’t just beautiful – there are more reasons it should be sought after! Being an energy saver is just the beginning when it comes to this type of cookware. It evenly...

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How to Make Cocktail Sauce for Seafood
Nov07

How to Make Cocktail Sauce for Seafood

Ever wonder how to make that tasty red sauce that comes with your chilled shrimp cocktail? Here’s the simple, traditional recipe just for you to enjoy with your fabulous seafood dish! Type: Sauce Recipe Serve With: Boiled, chilled shrimp, crab, lobster Prep Time: 5 min Yield: 1 cup Ingredients: 3/4 cup tomato ketchup 1/4 cup prepared horseradish juice of 1/2 lemon hot sauce – to taste Instructions: In a small mixing bowl,...

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