Well it’s sad to say, but Bob and I haven’t blogged in over a month (and largely Bob’s been steering the blog ship with more recent posts – thanks Bob). But we’ve both been busy just soaking up life, getting our hands dirty with our careers and our photography/videography businesses, but last weekend we did have a enough time to get in a sibling wild boar hunt. Yup, you heard correctly, a wild boar hunt. Bob was behind the camera recording an episode for Maximus Outdoor TV and I was behind my new archery bow. The hunt was successful with a large boar (click HERE if you want to see a photo) and when you put in work into providing your own meat, along with the guidance from our outfitter Wild Boar Adventures, you really want to make sure you follow up with a delicious tasting meal. So let’s get to it, because this recipe is exactly that! Continue reading
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Posted in Healthy, meat, wild game
Tagged archery, boar, bow, cilantro, dinner, game, hunting, meat, recipe, Rice, shoulders, wild
Stacks of smoked meat.
Layers of melted cheese curds.
Mustard smeared rye bread.
It’s a Montreal smoked meat sandwich on steroids (a.k.a. with cheese). Juicy smoked meat, rich, salty cheese curds, paired with lots of tangy mustard, sandwiched between two pieces of crunchy rye bread, I’ll be tasting this one for days! I sat there like a proud Canadian would, devouring this sandwich in my plaid flannel shirt, and YES I even spilled mustard on it! It was a glorious moment, and though I have not an inch of French in me, I proudly ate this Montreal inspired meat and cheese fest!
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, grilled cheese, Lunch, National Grilled Cheese Month, Sandwich
Tagged 2013, april, bread, cheese, curds, Grilled, meat, montreal, Mustard, national grilled cheese month, Pickle, rye, smoked
Initially I had no plans on posting this recipe and was just making it because I was hungry, but after I made it, cut it in half and tried a little piece that fell out, it was too delicious and beautiful not to post! Fortunately my camera was close by and I snapped a few quick pictures. This is a really simple recipe and a great way to take your regular old sandwich to the next level!
Posted in Bread, Dinner, Easy, Lunch, Sandwich, Snack, Snack, Turkey
Tagged bun, cheese, ciabatta, deli, dinner, easy, lunch, meat, quick, Sandwich, sauteed, spinach, supper, tomato, turkey
A while back I picked up a Sirloin Tip Roast and having never cooked one, I started browsing the food websites looking for a recipe and this one kept coming up. So by popular demand I had to give it a try and I was certainly not disappointed! What I got was a wonderfully juicy and well spiced roast that I enjoyed every bite of.
Posted in Easy, Red Meat, Roast
Tagged beef, chili flakes, easy, Garlic, hot, how to cook a roast, how to cook sirloin tip roast, how-to, juicy, meat, oregano, oven, recipe, red, Roast, sirloin, Sirloin tip roast, spiced, the best, tip
This blue cheese gravy was paired with my Saskatoon Berry brined duck, but would be great with just about any meat. There are two versions of this recipe (one very hard, one very easy), so just take note of the modifications. But let’s just get to this delicious gravy.
One of my favourite things about the holidays is having people over and all of the leftover appetizers you get. My all time favourite is the leftover cheese trays, you get some nice Gouda, Havarti, Brie and other cheeses which are delicious for sandwiches and snacks for days after! After celebrating my mother’s 30+20 birthday (she wasn’t fooling anyone, we all know how to add) we had some delicious smoked Gouda and prosciutto left over, which I knew would be making it’s way into a sandwich of mine very soon!
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg, Fried, Sandwich
Tagged breakfast, bun, cured, easy, egg, Fried, gouda, ham, meat, Prosciutto, smoked
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Bob & I were recently selected as Western Canada’s Top 20 food bloggers (as selected by Maple Leaf Foods) – SUPER exciting right?! Anyways, Bob and I nearly jumped out of our pants when we found out we had been selected. Now, you may be asking: Okay, cool that you guys got picked, but why/now what?
Well we were sent a lovely little package via courier and inside was an awesome meat thermometer, a Maple Leaf Red Apron (I strong armed Bob to keep it) and some coupons for Maple Leaf Prime Pork. The Challenge: Create a Dynamic Pork Recipe & Win (via votes – this is where you come in BS’ers) the Maple Leaf Prime Pork Recipe Challenge.
So let’s get right into this and start off with our recipe. Okay, I lied, I’m first going to give you background to why we selected this recipe. Bob and I know the typical person who reads our blog is looking for a delicious meal that is reasonable in price to make and is quick. Well here’s the bonus with this recipe: we’ve taken this flavor packed pork rub and used the left over meat for left-over recipes/meals. That’s right, one recipe that is quickly converted into more! Talk about the perfect recipe for those busy families, the hungry university student and most importantly….you!
Okay, the teasing is done, here’s the recipe: