I have not commented on the rash of food thefts this past weekend. Daughter C tells me it happened at the Kroger in Starkvegas– although the Walmarts in Louisiana are getting all of the attention. The lack of shame in some corners of “society” is despicable. But as I try my darnedest to stay upbeat, I
Chuck Roast and Vegetables in Slow Cooker Just as we have coke/Coke, kleenex/Kleenex and bush hog/Bush Hog, so, too, we have crock pot/Crock-Pot. According to that infallible source, Wikipedia, the slow cooker was first introduced by Naxon Utilities Corporation of Chicago as the Naxon Beanery All-Purpose Cooker. “The Rival Company bought Naxon in 1970 and
They claim to have almost one million recipes! Someone from RecipesUS left a comment on the Grilled Vegetables with Herb Marinade post inviting me to submit the blog to their site. And so I have! I believe it will take a day to process my “application” and I’m not sure how they are going to
As I joked earlier this week– this week, when Mr. Big Food has been off and about jetting from here to there– we like to starve to death when he’s not feeding us. Miss M and Michael occupied the kitchen Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday Miss M & I nibbled through supper. Thursday, I cooked! Friday
Mr. Big Food got this four pound pork roast about three months ago and stuck it in the deep freezer. Saturday, he defrosted it, marinaded it for several hours (or was it over night?), and prepared it for roasting. That’s caraway on the top. Served with a veganized cabbage dish. It was great! Very moist.
❤ Is this true? * Kat tried to pull a 2-fer, arguing that her two submitted quotes went hand-in-hand. They did. But she had to choose one. And she did. But because the Rules of the Game are sympathetic to larger issues, here’s what Patrick Stewart didn’t get to say: I would like to see
TO … BRING YOU … SOME … CONVERSATIONS from “an interview” [Note. I see the missing “.” Not A. Leland’s fault. I take full responsibility. It was a copy-paste mistake I didn’t see until it was way too late to re-do.] Is it? Sounds like an X-Phi question to me! Testify. Yes. We are missing
Three (3) crockpots in one! Unfortunately, it’s not ours. (But it’s cool!) It belongs to Rhonda who blogs at Make, Do, and Mend. She’s got the scoop on where you can find this 3′ long crockpot contraption. And she’s got a question: Why do people think homemakers must be bored?There always seems to be plenty
Updated as I’m able. Scroll down for parts 1-3.~~I am so mother… tired of this. I hope I hear someone complain about the seasonings. So I can go off. There is no end in sight. It’s 8:30 and there is no end in sight. Holy Crap. ~~Post supper update. Mr. Big Food is so smart.
Updated throughout the day with newest on top. The take away message is that Mr. Big Food is very organized! ~~FINAL UPDATE. Done. Did I mention that we have company coming? ~~9:06 PM UPDATE. (Working on over 15 hours of this.) In about an hour, I’m to put the 9-pound pig shoulder, a.k.a. “Boston Butt,” into the
A raw glimpse of the Bunkhouse Two beef briskets, 13 & 15 pounds, three pig shoulders, 10, 9 & 9 pounds four turkey breasts, 10, 9, 9, & 7 pounds thawing overnight on the bar in the Bunkhouse. And yes. That is earless Fivel siting there next the sewing machine next to to my complete
Mr. Big Food & Co. are hosting a tailgate after the MSU / Auburn game which kicks off at 11am central next Saturday. We expect about 150 people. Here’s what we’ve done so far. We have procured 28 pounds of beef brisket. We have procured 28 pounds of pig sholder. We have procured 35 pounds
Two great ideas for when the lights go out, or when you just want to play like a Redneck. The first, Cooler Corn, comes via an email from Mr. Big Food’s Dad who I think gets more emails each day than Mr. Big Food (who gets a lot). The second, Cardboard Box Solar Oven, comes