Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas

     When we cook whole chickens on the BGE, we generally like to spatchcock them and we usually do two or more if we have the time. Its a pretty simple, fool proof method of cooking them that doesn’t require much attention of the cook. The reason we like to do two or more is to… Continue reading Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas

Mexican Breakfast Pizza

Mrs. G and I don’t cook many breakfasts on the Egg. Not that we couldn’t, but we tend to have different morning schedules. I get up earlier and let the dogs out, maybe grab a quick bite to eat. Mrs. G likes to sleep in. Rarely do we get up around the same time and… Continue reading Mexican Breakfast Pizza

Cornbread with Green Chiles and Cheese

     I decided while Mrs. G’s chicken chili was cooking away that I wanted some cornbread to go along with it. I’m not particularly fond of cornbread that has a sweet flavor. No, I like mine to have just a bit of heat…..and maybe some cheese (don’t worry, this does not have a bunch of heat,… Continue reading Cornbread with Green Chiles and Cheese

Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu

     Sometimes its hard cooking for just one. And that’s been something I’ve been doing quite a bit this summer with Mrs. G on the road so much. There are only so many times you can eat wings. Or pizza. Or burgers. (Who am I kidding? I could eat them all the time, but I… Continue reading Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu

Sliders with Home Ground Beef

     It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything here. Eleven days to be exact, and for us, that’s quite unusual. But we were out of town for a while watching Mrs. G’s sister getting married. And before that, I gotta admit I was just feeling a little bit burned out on cooking. Just couldn’t get motivated… Continue reading Sliders with Home Ground Beef

Cross One Off The Bucket List

I’ll admit it….I have a bucket list of food. Some of it are fancy places I would like to go like The French Laundry or Jean Georges or WD-50. Some are simpler places like Snow’s BBQ in Texas or Katz Deli (I’ve never been to NYC) or Drago’s in NOLA for their grilled oysters (we missed it… Continue reading Cross One Off The Bucket List

Kasewurst – My First Attempt @ Making Sausage

This weekend, I tried my hand at making my first batch of sausage. I decided to make Kasewurst, a cheese sausage that has many variations throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The original recipe I had for this was supposed to resemble a cured Bratwurst with the addition of cheese cubes and is similar to one… Continue reading Kasewurst – My First Attempt @ Making Sausage