Monday, February 8, 2016

Rescue Dog Cinnabon the Boxer and Pussy Pants the Rescue Cat Duke It Out!









Meatball Madness on the Grill for Super Superbowl Party Simple Recipe

Do you miss Real Meatballs? The Tender Juicy Ones Grandma Used to Make?
Five Pounds of Meatballs Ready to Grill!
Most modern meatballs are like rubber and have even less flavor from over processing. Wish you could Cook Like Grandma? Lots of things Grandma cooked were easy to make and more wholesome than today's overly prepared foods.

If you make Meatballs the way my Grandmother taught me you can make 5 lbs at a time and freeze them for later and making other dishes. I promise they will always taste better than any meatballs you could buy, even if frozen for months, (ha! Not with my Man!).

Today's game was great and we cooked my famous Super Simple Super Bowl Meatballs for a Hungry Crowd, first on the grill, then we popped it in the crock pot with barbecue sauce. These are so wonderful because they can be cooked with so many different sauces once the meatballs are made.
A Proper Mixing "Nest"
 I've made a video showing you how simple ad easy Grandma's way of making perfect meatballs was, and once you try their melt in the mouth, full flavor you'll never eat anyone else's meatballs again. Not even in a restaurant.

You see, back then, Grandma understood meat and how it worked. She handled it from butchering until served at the table. She knew that handling makes tough meat.

Mixing fillers and seasonings was a challenge because the more you mix it, the tougher the meat "dough" becomes. Handled too long your meatballs become sodden rocks and your meatloaf a handy doorstop.

Meatballs cooked on grill for one hour 400 degrees F 
A few simple tricks and I'll have you making flavorful meatballs for any occasion, from weddings to Super Bowl Parties. You'll b making 5lbs at a time so you'll have enough to economically feed many hungry people on a budget and maybe freeze a few later for yourself.

Below is my video that walks you through making the perfect meatballs in two easy steps. Soon you will be the talk of your social circle and all your friends will be begging you for your secret. I know you won't miss a pass a dish event anywhere.. even amongst the rich..LOL



Saturday, February 6, 2016

4 Bacon Wrap Grill Ideas for Your Superbowl Party Bacon Wrapped Olives?

Your Gathering deserves a meal of Epic Proportions! This means it should be wrapped in Bacon!
Bacon wrapped ground beef burgers
These are 2/3lb burgers wrapped in applewood smoked bacon thick sliced and cross wrapped 



Bacon wrapped Cream Cheese Cheddar Jalapeno Bites


Jalapeno Bacon wraps ready to grill

This is one of the most decadent snacks I have ever made, Home made Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Poppers!

Simply wash, slice lengthwise and scrape the seeds from jalapeno peppers. Fill with  sour cream, sprinkle with shredded cheddar and wrap in thick sliced slab bacon.

Bake or grill at 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes.


Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin
This is so easy and so obvious, why have we not thought of this before? Go buy a pork loin with no frills, cut it in half, wrap it in bacon and bake 45 minutes at 425 degrees.. The most tender a porkloin can be and the lovely smoked flavor of the bacon lends lightly into the pork loin...
 Here's something you simply must try if you are an olive lover! These are bacon wrapped giant garlic stuffed green olives. Simply drain the jar of giant olives, then cut a package of bacon in half width-wise, wrapping the half slice around the olive and placing on tray seam side down. Bake for 30 minutes at 400 degrees.
Bacon Wrapped Garlic Stuffed Olives




And Here are the 2/3lb Burgers again, only this time we've used a basket weave using 4 slices of bacon per burger and we've tucked an onion between the bacon and the ground burger patty. This adds at least 15 minutes to the cooking if the onion slices are thick.
Wrap up onion slices in the Bacon Wrapped Burgers, then grill!
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