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Mushroom Bacon Cream Sauce

I’m a huge fan of Bacon and Mushrooms. I just think that together they have a great flavor that goes well with anything like Pizza, Red Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Pasta and Vegetables.  This is a cream style sauce that is light, pretty quick and easy to make and is just full of flavor.  Add some Peas and Carrots and this can even be topped with parmesan cheese and used as a cream sauce for raviolis or linguini just like alfredo.

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Jersey Breakfast Dog

The Jersey Breakfast Dog is listed as on of the top 10 things worst things to eat but yet it is one of the tastiest. Here’s the basic listing for one, you can add whatever you like  to clog your arteries even faster.

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Chimmichurri Sauce

Chimmichurri is a South American sauce used for grilled meat. It is originally from Argentina but is also used in Uruguay, Bolivia, and in countries as far north as Nicaragua, Colombia and Mexico. It’s a quick paste to make up but tastes delicious and adds a fresh kick ot anything grilled.

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Barbecue Sauces of the U.S.

Barbecue sauce is a uniquely American sauce that differs depending on the region that you are in. The majority of them are Tomato and Vinegar based, but depending on the history of the area and the culture of the people living there, they all offer something different.  From deep brown thick sauce, to a white creamy sauce, a yellow spicy sauce or just a kicked up Au Jus, It can be whatever you like.  These are the major variants that can be found and a little history about them.

East Carolina Sauce

Most American barbecue sauces can trace their roots to the two sauces common in North Carolina.[citation needed] The simplest and the earliest were supposedly popularized by African slaves who also advanced the development of American barbecue. They were made with vinegar, ground black pepper, and hot chile pepper flakes. It is used as a “mopping” sauce to baste the meat while it was cooking and as a dipping sauce when it is served. Thin and sharp, it penetrates the meat and cuts the fats in the mouth. There is little or no sugar in this sauce. Due to the sharp taste, it has more of a cult following amongst people not of the region.

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Cheap Cedar Planks for Grilling

If you use Cedar Planks alot when grilling fish, you can save a good amount of cash by purchasing your wood planks at home depot or any other hardware store.  The kitchen planks at the store can go for $5 a piece, which is way overpriced for what you’re really getting….. a plank of cedar wood. Read More »Cheap Cedar Planks for Grilling

Beef Wellington

If you ‘ve seen any cooking shows with Gordn Ramsey, they always seem to offer a Beef Wellington as one of the dishes. After seeing it done so many times,  I decided to give it a try. It’s a pretty easy recipe that really does make a great presentation on the dish, and the ingredients aren’t expensive at the least.  Fathers Day will be a great time to try this dish, to make it classy without breaking the bank.


  • 1 to 1.5 lb Beef Tenderloin
  • 1 lb fresh mushrooms (your choice)
  • 6 slices Parma Ham (Prosciutto will also work)
  • 1 box Puff Pastry sheets
  • 1 Tsp Garlic (minced)
  • 2 Eggs
  • Olive Oil
  • Brown Mustard
  • McCormick Steak Seasoning
  • Salt and pepper

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White Castle Sliders

White Castle is a great burger shack that is so popular, it even has movies based on just getting there to enjoy one of those greasy cheesy sliders. They are incredibly simple to make and are dirt cheap for the quantity that you get out of a tray. Give it a try and see if they aren’t almost exactly like you’d get at White Castle but without the trip.

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