Thank you Jake, here’s how I make my bruschetta
When I make it for pizza/flatbread I add diced onion and garlic to it.
If I just make the tomatoes to eat as an appetizer over toasted/grilled bread, I omit the onions, and rub a...
Been up to my ears lately with homegrown cherry tomatoes and some great produce from a family’s farm. So we’ve been eating them up, here’s a few things I made.
Tomato, ricotta and spinach penne
Roasted tomato and red pepper soup
Bruschetta artichoke flatbread with grated Pecorino...
Wow! Who needs real crab when you turn out cakes like that!?
I don’t normally see redfish up here, so I would have to substitute. I usually use lump but haven’t bought it in awhile.
We usually eat blue crabs in the summer. We bring a bushel back from VA. With COVID-19, that didn’t happen...
Great looking fajitas John! That sure is a perfect weekday meal especially without not having to worry about prep work.
I noticed your dog too. Looks like he’s saying “This guy!” while admiring your beer.
Very nicely done!
For the fermented hot sauce all that is really needed are mason jars with airlock lids, even the cheap silicone ones would work to vent the CO2.
Peppers, vegetables and/or fruit would be placed in a 3% salt brine and weighed down with weights to keep everything underneath the solution. Once the...
Robert, I think the alcohol content is quite low, less than 2% from what I read? Seems to be in the same ballpark as Kombucha, which I like.
After a few days it will turn into pineapple vinegar. All the recipes I looked at state not to go past 3-5 days. A quicker ferment will give you a sweeter...
Thank you Jim!
Thanks John! You should try them out with some of the homemade jerk sauce you get. I bet that would be killer!
Thanks Chris! I started making them quite regularly this summer and changing up ingredients to keep them interesting. Plus they’ve been pretty easy to put together.
Thanks Robert! These came out pretty good, especially when grilled pineapple is involved. You opened the flood gates when you did your sausage skewers. I think the wife wants to do a healthier chicken sausage one next.