Texafied Pimento Cheese Burger

According to The Garden and Gun Blog: As best as culinary historians can tell, the pimento burger was created there (edit Columbia, South Carolina) by Jacob “J. C.” Reynolds, who, around 1954, opened the Dairy Bar on South Main Street in the shadow of the state capitol. Reynolds introduced his signature burger sometime in the 1960s,… Continue reading Texafied Pimento Cheese Burger

Rachel Ray’s Super Sloppy Joes

     Not everything I cook is on the BGE. Sometimes I cook inside, just not very often. For some reason, I got a hankering for some sloppy joes yesterday. We didn’t get them a lot growing up as my Dad was not a fan. When we did get them, I’m pretty sure my Mom made them… Continue reading Rachel Ray’s Super Sloppy Joes

Sauerbraten Chicken Wings

     With Mrs. G off to Germany, I’m just imagining all the great food she must be eating. Schnitzel, spaetzel, bratwurst and other sausages, pig knuckle and pig shank (Hey, don’t knock it if you haven’t had it. It’s really good).  Tons of good food. Most of which I can’t/never tried to cook. Thinking about German food,… Continue reading Sauerbraten Chicken Wings

Smoked Cajun Turkey Breast Lunchmeat

     Have you ever looked at the ingredients on a package of lunchmeat? Truth be told, I haven’t, but I’m sure if I did, it would be scary. I’m sure they are filled with additives and preservatives and chemicals that you can’t pronounce. If you want, I’ll wait here while you go check.      I… Continue reading Smoked Cajun Turkey Breast Lunchmeat

Baltimore Pit Beef

Last week, I was wracking my brain trying to come up with something to cook for the Superbowl. Somehow, I wanted to tie the cook into the game. I started thinking “What is Baltimore famous for?” I thought about crabs and crab cakes but I really wasn’t feeling it. Then I remembered an episode of… Continue reading Baltimore Pit Beef