One of my favorite perks of working at a gourmet Cafe is the nice grass-fed beef and limitless toppings. This was a burger I cooked to a very very pink medium-rare. Topped with mushrooms, roasted red peppers, grilled zucchini, cheddar … Continue reading →
Sorry for the lack posts everyone, but getting situated in a new town and new restaurant has had me pretty stretched thin. But now that I’m back in the groove and working with a badass kitchen team over at SoHo South Cafe I will be back with plenty of food porn for you.
There are very few things I love more than homemade red potato gnocchi. And to top it with a big bloody steak and some sweet potato leaves. 2 pounds Red Potatoes (or large russet potatoes) 2 eggs 1 cup of … Continue reading →
This was a lazy cold day meal I made at home for myself and my roommate. It’s hearty and filling, and pretty simple to make. 10 tomatillos, husked and halved 8 large cloves garlic 6 cherry tomatoes, halved 1 medium … Continue reading →
These were probably the most popular appetizer at our house Super Bowl party. About 12 whole fresh jalapenos sliced in half and de-seeded. Fill each half with plain cream cheese. And wrap each with bacon. Bake in a 350 degree … Continue reading →
As our first warm night in Savannah we decided to have some mint juleps to really break the house in. Between us and the girls upstairs we have a lot of mason jars. Mini, regular size and wide mouth. Max … Continue reading →
when it comes to eating chicken wings, we love getting our hands dirty. no forks, no chopsticks, just 10 digits. that’s why having a good sauce is so important. because after finishing each wing, you get to lick all that ooey gooeyness off your fingers. we used a pan to sear and cook the wings. but you can try grilling, baking, or even deep frying them!