Raspberry Balsamic Glaze Pork Sliders with Coleslaw and a Giveaway!
I recently upgraded to Mac OS X Mountain Lion (which is like the best thing ever!) and I was using the message app to talk to Jason. I just kept typing out my messages and pressing send each time I finished a tiny little phrase. That’s when it began to feel very familiar. Almost too family. Like AIM, early 2000s familiar.
Oven-Fried Chicken with Homemade Coleslaw
I seriously cannot stand deep-frying stuff. It gets extremely costly since I’m using up bottles and bottles of peanut oil, the floors get splattered on with oil and then I feel so incredibly greasy from head to toe until my next shower. To sum up, it’s greasy and gross. But that doesn’t mean I don’t like deep fried foods. I love it! French fries, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, corn dogs… you name it. But sometimes you just need those special recipes that require an oven but produce deep-fried quality, like this one right here.
Apple and Poppy Seed Coleslaw #BeatTheHeat #SundaySupper
Summer has officially hit, actually it hit like 3 weeks ago, with its scorching hot 90+ degree F weather so for this week’s installment of #SundaySupper, we are beating the summer heat by bringing you recipes that can be prepared quickly and without the use of an oven. That being said, I bring you a quick and easy coleslaw with a secret ingredient: granny smith apples. I was definitely a bit skeptical about the apples but it actually brought such a nice, refreshing tartness to the slaw that was very well balanced with the lemony-poppy-seed dressing. Plus, it’s such a nice twist on boring old, traditional coleslaw. Best of all, it serves as the perfect side dish to almost anything!
Baked Honey-Mustard Corned Beef with Roasted Cabbage, Roasted Carrots, and Buttered Red Potatoes
Okay I’ll admit it. I’m a bad food blogger considering this post is about two and a half weeks late. But in my defense, this meal should not just be limited to St. Patrick’s Day. It’s just too damn good to be eaten one day out of the year. I mean succelent slices of a salty yet slightly sweet corned beef pairing beautifully with lemony roasted cabbage along with some buttered roasted red potatoes and glazed carrots? Really?! This should be eaten everyday, which is exactly what Jason and I did until we cleaned up house.