These insanely good bacon burgers pack a ton of chopped bacon right into the burger patty. Pair with your favorite toppings for unbeatable flavor!
Well, fresh off the big announcement from our last post, it would seem hard to come up with anything as significant, but if there’s anything that compete with impending fatherhood for my attention, it’s bacon. Ok, ok, it’s not really a fair competition, but I’d say bacon is amazing enough of a food to occasionally distract me.
Ain’t No Fakin’ These Bacon Burgers
I’m confident most people have had a burger with bacon on it, and I am likewise confident that most people have the following complaint: there’s not enough! Oh sure, there’s a slice or two, but despite its assertive flavor, it get’s lost to sheer mass of the bun, patty, and toppings. Well not today! Chopped bacon will make up about half the mass of the burger patty in this bacon burger recipe – it’s not just a strip or two slapped on top – so unless you take some odd, grazing bite, you’ll get a full punch of bacony goodness.
Monster Cinnamon Rolls are exactly what they sound like – huge helpings of delicious, gooey breakfast rolls, perfect for a weekend brunch or special holiday.
We FINALLY got some seasonally appropriate weather here in Houston, which gave us the perfect excuse to go and make these truly gargantuan Monster Cinnamon Rolls. Not that you really need an excuse other than you just want some delicious breakfast or brunch food, but when you’re making something a excessive as these, it helps to have a little more justification.
In case you can’t tell from the title or the pictures, these rolls are huge! You can easily share one between two people, and I honestly don’t think I have ever polished off one by myself. Sure, we could have made them a little smaller, but where’s the fun in that? Besides, how awesome is it to sit down at the table and gaze at the cold outdoors as the smell of cinnamon and fresh coffee waft by? Monster Cinnamon Rolls are are perfect for a nice lazy weekend morning. Or, according to Liz, a 2 am snack.
What goodies do we have in store this month from our friends at Degustabox? Let’s find out!
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The Oscars are upon us! And that means an excuse to crack open a bottle of wine and dine on delicious hors d’oeuvre as we recline in elegant evening attire. Or it’s an excuse to crash on the couch with tasty snacks and a nice glass of wine as you explain to your friends and family why your favorite movie was slighted so horribly: “You see, the only reason that ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ didn’t win best picture is because…” Or maybe it means it’s a night to leave the TV off, and curl up with the book that was WAY better than the movie adaptation, and everyone knows the best beverage to sip as you sit secure in your scholastic superiority is a nice red wine. One we recently tried and enjoyed was Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a Coastal California wine that packs a pretty bold punch – in a good way. Like, you don’t need to sniff and sip and wonder what the heck you’re supposed to be tasting. Nope, this is a wine I can drink and enjoy without a lot of fuss. And you know what goes along really nicely with wine? Meatball Parmesan Cups! So here we present your perfect party plan: a delicious app and a hearty vino to make your evening complete.
Black Bean and Sweet Potato Soup will keep you warm and cozy in the last days of winter. It’s perfect for a starter or main,with some unexpected spices for maximum flavor!
I hear the rest of the country has winter. Here in Houston, we may have February, but winter it is not. It was 85 degrees this week.
Does that stop me from eating soup? Heckkkkkk no! I love a good soup, mainly because they’re so darn easy to make, and they always make the house smell amazing while they cook.
Take this Black Bean and Sweet Potato Soup. The recipe couldn’t be simpler, and even better, you can make it in advance and freeze it until you’re ready to eat. Serve it up with some fresh Amish Potato Rolls, and I would call that the perfect winter feast.
Even if it feels like spring….