Category: Cooking

P.F. Chang’s Inspired Orange Chicken

After making Mongolian Beef, a few people were wanting a follow up to that on orange chicken. So, I decided to try it out and it came out great.

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P.F. Chang’s Inspired Mongolian Beef

I remember vividly the visits I had to Nashville every few months or so as a child to visit my doctor. “Don’t touch the fish or the clock” he used to always say. After each visit, I’d splurge with my father at P.F. Chang’s and enjoy my favorite dish, Mongolian beef.

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Homemade Chili and Cornbread

This is perfect for the winter time and occasionally during other seasons as well. Chili is extremely versatile and you totally bend this recipe to something you like more, just don’t put a pineapple or Hershey bar into it please.

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Homemade Meatloaf and Authentic Potatoes Romanoff

Probably one of my favorite dishes, meatloaf goes well with a number of things. You’ll be hard pressed to find another pair like potatoes romanoff, though.

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Spicy Tuna Fishcakes and Lobster Tails

In this post, I’ll go over something I decided to try and make recently. It actually turned out quite well, so perhaps you could give it a try for yourself!

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My Wild Rice Chicken Casserole Inspired by Uncle Ben’s

This right here is one of my all time favorite recipes. It’s actually a family recipe I’ve trialed and errored over time. This recipe used to be included on the box of Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice, however it’s been changed over the years. You can find the new recipe here, which is the closest semblance as to what it’s based off.

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My “Dusty Biscuits” made from scratch

This is another post which will entail one of my favorite breakfast treats – “Dusty Biscuits”. For quite some time, I’ve actually searched for how to really make the best biscuits that people enjoy. This recipe has been a complete hit.

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How to Cook the Best Chicken

While many of us have a lot of unexpected free time due to the events surrounding COVID-19, finding things to do in these times may difficult. While everyone is under quarantine and staying out of the public as much as possible – now is the perfect opportunity to work on and/or pick up new skills.

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