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Smoked Homemade Bacon

Today I’m going to show you how to make bacon. This is a totally homemade bacon recipe using pork belly that you can buy at your local supermarket, butcher or warehouse store. All you need are a few ingredients, so let’s get to it!

Green Mountain Grills Daniel Boone Review

So excited to share my Green Mountain Grills Prime Daniel Boone Pellet Grill Review for 2020! As you know, I’ve been using this same model of smoker for years, and I finally updated to the new Prime Wifi model this fall. The Daniel Boone Green Mountain Grill is, in my opinion, the best pellet grill …

Pizzocherri Recipe

Pizzoccheri Recipe

Today I’m making one of Northern Italy’s favorite winter comfort foods — a Pizzoccheri recipe made from homemade buckwheat pasta, potatoes, cabbage, bitto/fontina/gruyere cheese, and lots of butter! Thanks to our friends Lele Leo (who is from Milan) and Deshawn Dickinson for introducing us to this delicious cheesy Italian pasta recipe! It is one of …

Eggslut Breakfast Sandwich

Today we’re making what might be LA’s best breakfast sandwich recipe — The Eggslut Fairfax, created by Chef Alvin Cailan. It’s made with a fresh brioche bun, creamy scrambled eggs, melted American cheese, minced chives and sweet caramelized onion. It’s topped with a spicy Sriracha Mayo and yes, it’s as good as it looks! This …

How to Cook Lobster Tails

How to Cook Lobster Tails

Today I’m showing you how to cook lobster tails with a recipe that’s easy to prepare, but so big on flavor! I’ve been making this lobster tails recipe since I first started cooking professionally with chef Homaru Cantu (of Chicago’s MOTO fame), back when we worked together at Lake Arrowhead Resort in California. We made …

Desert Bar Review | Parker, Ariz.

Today’s I’m escaping California to visit Desert Bar — a rustic restaurant and watering hole located in the Buckskin Mountains of Parker, Arizona. Also known as the Nellie E Saloon, this unique eatery sits on the site of an old copper mine. It’s a rough and bumpy five miles to the bar on Cienega Springs …