White Chocolate Mousse

Who doesn’t like mousse – maybe Boris and Natasha, but nobody I know. Tho critical steps to remember are: first, you have to let the white chocolate cool to about 95 degrees or you will have chunky mousse, and second, as Devo said, you have to whip it, whip it good. The last thing is…

Southwest Benedict

This is for when you want your tastebuds fully awake. A lot of spice, rich Hollandaise with a kick, salty prosciutto, and fresh salsa. Brunch is served, I hope you like it. 4 slices Texas toast1 pound chorizo sausage (I got mine at Happy Family Ranch)1 pack taco seasoning4 slices prosciutto 1 package hollandaise sauce2…

Festival Corn

At the county fair, this is a food you may see on the midway. Tasty, salty with a pop of citrus and some heat on the back end. Enjoy the carnival. I hope you like it. 4 ears of corn1 cup butter1/2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon cayenne pepper1 teaspoon paprika1/2 teaspoon cumin1 cup grated queso seco…

Old Country Fried Steak (Hint: It’s really lamb!)

Country fried steak is a classic dinner meal. If you follow this blog, you know that I do not follow classics well. So I had some lamb and a need for a Greek-inspired dinner. This dish has crunch, lamb, savory, gravy, and Greek spices. I hope you like it . 2 pounds lamb shoulder steaks,…

Bacon Jam

Want to take your burger to the next level? Bacon jam! Sweet and salty with a hit of spice. 1 pound bacon cut in on inch pieces1/3 teaspoon black pepper1 yellow onion diced small1/3 cup balsamic vinegar1/3 cup brown sugar2 cloves garlic minced1 teaspoon chili powder1/2 diced jalapeño Render bacon on medium until crisp. Pour…