So since we cook everyday, we figured we need to organize our recipes and share the fun while we are at it. It does help that everything we make is pure genius...just sayin! Read up and dig in on some awesome recipes that we've created, learned from the family, or interpreted to suit our needs and likes. Feel free to send us suggestions or ask questions, because this is all about sharing!
Leap day. Every four years we get an extra day to... well not 'do anything' because its not a holiday, and there's no tradition behind it. So fuck it. I'm claiming February 29th, it's MAN FOOD day. It is the day where we celebrate that one year isn't actually one year long, it is 365 AND ¼ days long. Meaning a day isn't one day long its 1 day + 1⁄1460. Meaning this extra day is just a remainder of time, we already lived through today. Enough science, let's do long term damage to our bodies with meat.
I don't want to waste your time on a day that we have spend the last four years living, So this MAN FOOD will be short and only have 1 picture, because I don't want to waste our time, nothing to do with a memory card issue.
Pork Shoulder----------- 2 lbs.
Root Beer -------------- 1 Bottle (maybe)
Barbeque sauce -------- Enough
Into a crock pot dump your pork and root beer. Given the size of your crock pot you may need to add a bit more. The level should cover 3⁄4 of the meat. Cook on medium heat for 5-7 hours. Drain all the pork nectar and mix in as much barbeque sauce as you like.
Enjoy your rerun day.
I have returned with another culinary experience that is sure to please! I also apologize for the length from my last post, being a busy college student makes cooking different things a little difficult. But never fear, for I am here!
Here's what you'll need:
1 Tbls Brown Sugar
1 Tsp Cinnamon
1 Tsp Sugar
A dash of salt
1 Tsp oil.
First; boil water for the oatmeal. Next peel the entire apple and cut into small, bite pieces. Once you have finished cutting the apple; put the oil, sugars, salt, apple pieces, and cinnamon into a small pan over a medium heat. Coat apple pieces with the sugar concoction. Cover the pan and stir occasionally - until the apples are tender. Once tender serve over the oatmeal and enjoy!