Friday, August 17, 2007

Breakfast Bowl

Classic Breakfast Bowl

3 eggs
1 large baked potato
6 long strips of bacon
3 sausage links
1 cup shredded mexican blend cheese
Pinch of Mrs. Dash
Pinch of Lemon Herb Seasoning
A Touch of Syrup and Cinnamon Sugar

How to make 2 pans (1 omelette pan and 1 10" nonstick pan)....make the eggs in one pans and the bacon and sausage in the other. Once the bacon and sausage are done...dump grease carefully and keep it hot. Then make the eggs in the omelette pan...once the egg is folded and starts to appear to be almost done....throw the cheese and potatoes on with a blast of high heat. After that get a nice dixie deep bowl and pour contents in. Chop up the sausage and bacon in small pieces..and mix into the bowl. Then top with additional cheese and microwave long enough till the bowl is hot and the cheese melts...the heat will flash cook the potatoes...don't worry. Drizzle with seasonings and syrup and enjoy!!

Monday, August 6, 2007

Black Cherry BBQ Chicken

2 packages of chicken breast...(butterfly if needed)
2/3 can of Black Cherry Soda
1 tbsp sesame ginger marinade
4 ounces Hawaiian marinade
4 ounces Teriyaki marinade
2-3 ounces Maple Syrup
2 tsp cinnamon sugar
2 tsp lemon and herb seasoning
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 really big grill

To make a good marinade...wash the chicken extremely avoid any contamination and to take any of the salty taste out...or at least most of it. Put the first few breasts in.....pour 4 ounces of the soda on top of the chicken...then season with half of the marinades and seasonings. Then stir a plenty! After stirring, add the remainder of the ingredients...soda first of course.

Now comes the fun part...if you don't have time...get the grill up to about 350 to 400...and grill about 4-6 minutes on each side...less if you have a 3 or 4 burner grill (about 3-5 minutes). Use a direct cooking method (cooking with all burners). Use the discard marinade and spoon it slowly on top of the chicken. If you have time....sear the chicken for about 90 seconds to 2 minutes on each side...and then cook with the left and right burners on...make sure the middle burner is off (where you put the chicken)...then spoon marinade slowly every so often. Then check the chicken to see if its done...usually when the juices run clear or the chicken has no more pink means it is done. Drizzle the chicken with any leftover marinade...sprinkle with lemon juice..and EAT!!! YUM!!!!