Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Olaf Food Art Recipe

Having a child got us to get a little more creative this is something my fiance made for a birthday party that was a huge hit with all the kids and shush the adults loved them too! So easy to make and you will have fun doing it as well!

Graham crackers
Small and large marshmallows
Chocolate licorice cut up for hair and arms
chocolate frosting and toothpicks to make eyes
candy corn orange part to make nose
Blue frosting for Olaf to lay down on
Powdered sugar to sprinkle over the whole thing when completed for snow effect

Spread graham crackers with blue frosting. Cut marshmallows to fit. Cut the licorice to be frayed for hair and for arms. Small marshmallows for feet.

You can use whatever you like but this is what we came up with!

Monday, December 29, 2014

Jacked Up Stuffed and Rolled Chicken EASY!

Simple Yet So flavorful!

What you'll Need:

Fresh Whole Milk Mozzarella
Fresh Basil Leaves
Virginia Honey Ham
Deli Sandwich Pepperoni
Chicken Breast Butterflied  (Sliced in half Long ways but not all the way through)
Salt and Pepper (To Taste)

Pre-Heat Oven to 400 Degrees
Take Butterflied Chicken Breast and Line with your piece of Ham, then 2 Pieces of Deli sliced Large sandwich pepperoni, Top the Pepperoni with 2 Fresh Mozzarella Medallions (Half Dollars Sized) then  roll and stick with toothpicks to hold together. Next salt and pepper to your liking on the outside and top with fresh basil leaves.

Bake in Oven for 30 to 40 Min depending on thickness of chicken and serve!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Jacked Up Ribeye Steak Recipe

The best thing about winter in Florida is being able to cook outside all year long. We just moved into our new home and have a screened in porch. Our house warming gift was a new grill which we use pretty much everyday. These jacked up steaks were marinated in a fabulous booze that made the meat melt in your mouth,  Hope you can give them a try or save the recipe for when you can. Thanks and have a wonderful Holiday season!

Jacked Up Ribeye Steak Recipe

3 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon each thyme, rosemary
salt and pepper to taste
pinch of cayenne pepper
Olive oil
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon chili powder
Ribeye steaks as many as you need this is enough for 4 steaks
Whiskey to cover steak

In a large glass 13 x 9 deep pan, add the steaks to the dish drizzle both sides with olive oil,. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, herbs, spices and lemon juice on both side. Then pour to cover them steaks with whiskey. Marinate overnight.

When ready to grill, shake off the marinade before adding to the grill. Cook to your taste in doneness.

These are great served with gravy. I usually buy a jar and add 3 tablespoon of whiskey to a jar of beef gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes and corn. Enjoy!