Decadence. Pure decadence. This is a recipe for adults, but you’re more than welcome to leave the bourbon out of this recipe if you’re sensitive to alcohol, or feeding kids.
I have a confession. I have a total love/hate relationship with blueberries. I LOVE fresh blueberries. They are so delicious. They taste so good to me, and I always want them included in my fruit salads if possible. But if you cook blueberries, they actually kinda nauseate me. They’re way too heavily scented once cooked for my tastes. I remember eating a blueberry muffin or two when I was younger and getting dizzy and sick due to the super heavy perfumey scent and strange flavor. So perhaps I’m emotionally scarred lol, because the thought of cooked blueberries just…doesn’t do it for me. I also avoid “berry” scented perfumes for this very reason, it’s way too heavy for my senses.
Ohhh dear. What can I even say to possibly convey the deliciousness that rests within this post? I don’t even know. Just trust me when I say that this was an incredible sandwich. Simple, easy, and bursting with flavor. If you’re a fan of cow, you’ve gotta try this.
If you don’t appreciate nor respect the taco, we can’t be friends. The taco is the greatest culinary invention ever. It’s the cousin of the sandwich. A “shell” that cradles your favorite ingredients, and is eaten with your hands. Everything tastes good in a taco — even spaghetti (I know…I know). Again, it’s the same concept as the sandwich, so you cannot go wrong here folks.
Good morning, even though it’s 2:29pm! But hopefully, this greeting will find you in good spirits early one morning when you decide to recreate this amazing and decadent dish. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love french toast. In order to be my friend, it is required that you love french toast, otherwise…we can’t kick it. You’re waiting for me to say “just kidding”, but you’ll be waiting a long damn time lol.
We’re in the middle of Hurricane Irene here in Northern Virginia, and she’s blowing pretty hard and bringing a crapload of rain with her. It’s only appropriate that we devour a turkey burger as moist as the weather is right now. The only time I’ve ever had a dry turkey burger might have been all those frozen Jenny-O turkey patties. They just…nah..those won’t do lol. However, when creating my own turkey burger, I’ve never had an issue with dryness. I learned how to make a “slap-ya-mama” juicy turkey burger many years ago and I’ve kept up the practice. I also do this with regular beef. You too, can successfully build a moist, juicy and extremely flavorful turkey burger in the privacy of your own home, and here’s how…
I love biscuits, and I love cinnamon rolls. So I decided to combine the two. This method is a whole helluva lot faster, and I’m a glutton for deliciousness! These are insane. I’m not even kidding. One bite, and everything wrong in your world will just suddenly be right. You won’t even care that your boyfriend forgot your name, or that your wife accidentally spilled nail polish remove all over your brand new iPad. Well…that might be a stretch, but you’ll at least forgive her a little faster if she makes these for you 😉
I’ve made a lot of burgers. Lots. They’re always delicious. But this one here? This one is my personal favorite. I didn’t wanna share the recipe, to be honest. It was that delicious! I bit into it, and seriously felt like I was being embraced by Jesus himself. I had to put it down and just shake my head like, wow, did I really make this?? I sure as hell did, and you can to 😉