Bangers & Mash....

12:16 PM



I must say, I have some AMAZING pals overseas. Born and raised in the UK, they have a wicked sense of humor and I absolutely LOVE them. 

This recipe coming up.

bacon

Fried Green Tomato BLT

2:55 PM




I love fried green tomatoes. I love sandwiches, especially those sandwiches that feature bacon. and turkey. and fried green tomatoes.

This is not a recipe, sometimes I just like sharing ideas. Like this idea for a fried green tomato turkey blt. Yes. I know. It is not a true blt because I added turkey, but oh my word, pair this with a bit of honey mustard and it is so good.

You can find my recipe for fried green tomatoes here. If you ever should happen upon some at your grocery, give them a try. The green tomatoes have a tart flavor and when fried, they are fabulous.

To make this sandwich, fry your green tomatoes following the steps in this recipe, add your lettuce, turkey and bacon. Top with a bit of honey mustard for a little added sweet tartness.




chicken

Chicken Philly

10:19 PM




I have been on a philly cheesesteak kick lately and the smoked gouda and cheddar sauce I make to go with them is most definitely the reason why.

Of course I have done the typical cheesesteak with beef, but oh my when you change the beef to chicken....yes!


For two sandwiches you will need:

1 chicken breast (cooked and seasoned with salt/pepper and sliced)
1/2 bell pepper (sliced)
1/4 large onion (sliced)
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper

buns

In skillet, add your sliced peppers and onion. Drizzle over the olive oil and sprinkle your salt and pepper.  Cook on medium until translucent and tender. Add in your cooked sliced chicken and reduce heat. Serve warm on a toasted bun.  Realllllllly good if you add a topping of my smoked gouda and cheddar cheese sauce. I added the sauce to the bottom bun and then to the top. Delicious!

Cheese Dipping Sauce

1/2 block smoked gouda cheese
1/2 block cheddar
1/2 pint heavy whipping cream

In pot pour in whipping cream, add in cheeses chopped.  Cook on low, stirring until cheeses melt. Add more whipping cream if too gooey. Remove from heat and serve on top of your sandwiches or as a dipping sauce.


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