Fried Over Easy Eggs

How to Achieve the Perfect Runny Yolk Fried eggs are one of my favorite breakfast foods. They taste great with so many different flavor combos, whether they are served with toast, on a breakfast sandwich, or on a bed of spinach. But everyone knows that the perfect fried egg is the one that you cutContinue reading “Fried Over Easy Eggs”

Shredded vs. Block Cheese

War of the Cheeses It’s time to talk about one of my favorite ingredients in the entire world – cheese. Living in Wisconsin, cheese is a staple that is always kept in the house, and is present in some form or fashion in almost every single dinner we eat. Most often, this is cheddar cheese,Continue reading “Shredded vs. Block Cheese”

What’s in Your Spice Cabinet?

Tips for Spice Organization When you enjoy cooking, you quickly accumulate a large collection of spices and seasonings. You don’t even realize how fast it happens either, until one day you open up your cabinet to grab the parsley and have to struggle to find it because it’s buried amongst so many other little bottles. Continue reading “What’s in Your Spice Cabinet?”

Crunchy Casserole Topping

Casserole or hot dish? Regardless of what you call it, the best part of this meal is usually the crunchy topping that covers everything. But what does that topping consist of and does it always have to stay the same? The answer, quite simply, is you need an ingredient with a crunch and some butterContinue reading “Crunchy Casserole Topping”

Cookbooks – The Perfect Gift

Memorial Day Weekend is approaching, and along with it comes summer, the season of celebrating both college and high school graduations, and weddings galore. While the summer of 2020 may look a little different in terms of large gatherings, one thing remains the same, graduates deserve to be congratulated. If this were a normal schoolContinue reading “Cookbooks – The Perfect Gift”

Flash Freezing – Preserving Peppers

One of the foods that I like to cook with quite frequently is peppers. Usually this is either red bell peppers or jalapenos, but it can vary depending on the recipe. To me, the frustrating part has always been that peppers of any kind don’t have a very long shelf life. This is especially aContinue reading “Flash Freezing – Preserving Peppers”