Hey guys I know I've asked you all to look at my blog before, but I think I've made some big improvements...so if you like to cook...or just eat...check it out.
Let me know what you think.
Must say that I'm glad your site is catching on, Rob. I look at it fairly regularly and would set myself up as a follower if I owned a computer. However, I use public computers at the local libraries so that isn't an option. Great recipes and lots of fun reading them. Best regards. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
You are so right when you remember"greens make you clean and fruit makes you cute"...but you left off "meat makes you beg for more"...or at least, that's what I think...
If I have a little extra money, I buy yarn, fiber books, and knitting supplies. I get food with what's left over.
People might think that we are father and son from or profile pics...since were both part-time nudists...you should try my meat...I bet you will begging for more
Count me in as a follower too! Can't wait to try the Ox Tails! Bought a new stove yesterday so waiting delivery and thinking this may be the first thing cooked on it!
Thanks bud...the oxtails are really good
I love ox tails, but it irks me to pay "steak prices" for an item I used to get for just a couple cents a lb. Likewise several other cuts that used to be inexpensive, now cost as much or sometimes more then the traditionaly "better cuts"
Great recipes! I especially want to try that mousse. Oops! I think I just gained 2 pounds...
Thanks...Don't worry about the 2 pounds...its only more to love
Forgot to mention, great blog, all your stuff looks delicious, so therefore that equals danger for me lol. Btw enjoy that snow! Were getting tons over here in Germany...Im getting pretty sick of it now because its all slushy and nasty in the streets but huge fat snowflakes are still coming down!
This is soooo dangerous for me, I just got done losing 60lbs...Must...not...think...of...food...must...knit!
60 lbs...wow you look great
Wow, you're an excellent photographer.
Love the cooking blog. Thanks for the heads up--I became a subscriber. As it turns out, I was just looking for a recipe for pork tenderloin to fix for a Mardi Gras dinner this week. And as we know, Mardi Gras is all about the meat and your Pork wrapped in bacon sounds wonderful. What do you think about adding some heat to the mustard tang and maple syrup sweetness? I'm thinking of dusting the pork with some Ancho powder before I wrap it with bacon.
I think the ancho chile will really compliment the smokiness of the bacon.
I'll let you know how it turns out!
Robert your blog is very, very impressive and must be horribly time consuming in more ways than one. I put myself down as a follower.
Keep 'em comming!
"If a man has cream at home in the refrigerator he won't go out looking for 2% butterfat"
Thanks Cris. It really is very time consuming, but I enjoy cooking. Thanks for adding yourself as a follower. I sure do appreciate it.
Anything to help out a hard working southern boy! Honestly, I am really impressed with your site.
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