Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Why yes that is a giant tray of tortilla chips covered with Olsen Farms ground beef, pinto beans, tomatoes, green onions, homemade taco sauce, sour cream, and topped off with organic fried eggs. Thrown under the broiler for a few minutes and eaten until disgusted. Am I crazy to create such a terrifying nacho extravaganza? Hell no, it was amazing. Will I do it again? Hell no, I would not. K and I kinda wanted to die after eating such a delicious monstrosity. When the idea of something as great as Nacho Fest 09' pops into your brain you can't deny it. Just swim in the madness and indulge your insanity for just a little while. That's right, nachos with fried eggs on top. Regret is for suckers.
Monday, June 15, 2009
Sloppy Joes are delicious. You don't have to buy that "Man-Sauce" that comes in a can. It's so easy to make a sloppy sauce and you can customize it to whatever flavors you like. To make mine I sauteed some spring onions and fresh garlic in a little olive oil. I then poured in a can of organic tomato sauce. I added some New Mexican chili powder, cumin, oregano, kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper. Oh, and I added a bit of my favorite secret ingredient, Tapatio hot sauce. Simmer until delicious (about 10 minutes until thickened). In the meantime, I browned some Olsen Farms ground beef and added it to the finished Sloppy sauce. I served it on a thick bun with a few slices of smoked Beechers Flagship cheese and a some lovely heirloom Clarence tomatoes. Serve with fries. Freaking delicious. Everyday should be a Girl-wich night! My beautiful K sure loved her sammich! See...
Monday, June 8, 2009
Roasted heirloom baby potatoes with applewood smoked bacon, organic spring onions and Utah Basin salt. Serve with two fresh eggs, sunnyside up and toast slathered with European double-cream butter. This = breakfast.