Showing posts from November, 2017

Long Lost Salad Drizzle

1 large Mason jar 2 large red onions – peeled and chopped 1 Tbsp black pepper 2 cups olive oil 1 tsp sea salt 1 Tbsp garlic powder 3 tsp fresh thyme – chopped 1 tsp white sugar ½ cup dry white wine
Time to make this a large Mason jar, combine chopped red onions, black pepper and olive oil. Next, stir the mixture until well blended and then add sea salt, garlic powder, chopped thyme and white sugar to the jar. Lastly, add dry white wine to the drizzle and stir the mixture slowly for 2 minutes. Place a lid on the Mason jar and refrigerate the drizzle for 20 minutes. Use this salad drizzle over EVERYTHING!! 

Countdown to Cheese Sauce

1 large pot 1 cup dry white wine ½ cup cold water 2 cups Brie cheese – outer shell removed and cheese cubed 1 cup Swiss cheese – cubed 1 cup Mozzarella cheese – cheese 2 Tbsp black peppercorn 1 Tbsp fresh dill – chopped
In a large pot over “Medium” heat, combine dry white wine and cold water. Stir the ingredients until the mixture starts to bubble. Next, add Brie, Swiss and Mozzarella cheeses to the liquid mixture. Stir the ingredients until the cheese is completely melted. Lastly, add black peppercorn and fresh dill to the sauce. Stir the sauce until well blended. Use this sauce immediately over meats and fish.
To reheat the sauce, heat the mixture in a pot over “Low” heat. Stir the sauce during the heating process.

Nick's Time To Wash It All Away

1 large cup 1 Tbsp turmeric Hot water 1 Tbsp black pepper Lemon – peeled and chopped
Now that the big dinner is done – it is time to cleanse. To start, in a large cup, combine turmeric, hot water and black pepper. Stir the ingredients until well blended and then add chopped lemon to the drink. Make and enjoy this cocktail several times a day this holiday weekend. Enjoy!!

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Thanksgiving Day Drinky Drink

1 large pitcher 6 cups black coffee – brewed and hot 2 cups Johnnie Walker Red or Blue label 1 cup cream Fancy coffee cups
Whipped cream
Happy Thanksgiving – now it is time for a morning cocktail. To start, in a large pitcher, combine black coffee, Johnnie Walker Red or Blue label and cream. Next, stir the cocktail until well blended and then pour the cocktail into fancy coffee cups. Lastly, top each cup with whipped cream. Enjoy!!

Luke's Little Turkey Rollups

Cooking spray 1 baking sheet 2 packs crescent rolls ½ cup butter – soften 2 lbs turkey breast – cooked 4 cups jalapeno peppers – chopped 3 cups Cheddar cheese 3 cups Mozzarella cheese
Black pepper
To start, preheat hour oven to 375 degrees F and then apply a thin layer of cooking spray onto a baking sheet. Next, unroll 2 packs of crescent rolls onto the baking sheet. Spread soften butter over the rolls and then layer an even amount of turkey breast, jalapeno peppers and Cheddar cheese over the crescent rolls. Close each roll. Lastly, sprinkle an even amount of Mozzarella cheese and black pepper over the rolls. Place the baking sheet in your oven and bake until the rolls are golden brown – about 10 minutes. Enjoy!!

Nick's Little Chick

1 large skillet 3 Tbsp butter
1 lb chicken breast – cubed
1 large bowl
½ cup cilantro
2 cups plain yogurt
1 Tbsp black pepper
1 Tbsp lemon juice
1 Tbsp garlic paste
2 cups salad mix
4 cups potato chips
Toasted bread

To start making Nick's Little Chick, in a skillet over “High” heat, combine butter and cubed chicken breast. Cook the chicken until it starts to brown. Once the chicken is done, turn off the heat and drain any excess butter from the chicken. Sit the chicken to the side and let it cool. Next, in a large bowl, combine cilantro, plain yogurt, black pepper and lemon juice. Stir the ingredients until well blended and then add garlic paste and salad mix into the mixture. Lastly, add the chicken breast to the ingredients and stir the dish until well blended. Top the dish with potato chips and then serve the dish with lots of wine and toasted bread. Enjoy!!

Cilantro Turkey With Garlic

1 large skillet 1 Tbsp butter 2 cups cilantro 2 lbs turkey breast – chopped 1 lbs ham – chopped 2 Tbsp garlic Pita bread Platter 2 lbs Provolone cheese – sliced White wine
In a skillet over “Medium” heat, combine butter and cilantro. Stir the mixture slowly until the butter starts to pop. Next, add chopped turkey breast and ham to the skillet. Stir the ingredients until the turkey/ham starts to brown. Lastly, add garlic to the mixture and then reduce the skillet's heat to “Low”. Slowly stir the dish for 10 minutes and then turn off the heat. To serve, place pita bread evenly on a large platter, pour the hot mixture over the bread and then top the dish with sliced Provolone cheese. Enjoy this dish with lots of white wine.

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Luke's Cup of Fruit From the World

1 large bowl – chilled for 2 hours ½ cup butter 1 Tbsp white sugar 2 cups strawberries – washed and halved 2 cups blackberries – washed and halved 2 cups raspberries – washed and halved ½ cup brown sugar 3 cups Rum Coffee cups Plastic wrap  Rum
Prep: place 1 large bowl in your fridge for 2 hours and let it chill.
Making the cups: Once the bowl has chilled, combine butter, white sugar and strawberries in the large bowl. Stir the mixture gently until well blended. Next, add blackberries, raspberries and brown sugar to the mixture. Stir the ingredients gently until well blended. 
Serving the cups: Lastly, add Rum to the mixture and stir for 10 minutes and then transfer the mixture into coffee cups. Cover each cup with plastic wrap and then chill for 30 minutes. Enjoy this dish with shots of Rum. 

Nick's Onions, Onions and Eggs

1 large bowl 5 large eggs 2 cups white onion – chopped 1 cup yellow onion – chopped 2 Tbsp black pepper 1 cup Rotel 1 large frying pan 1 tsp cooking oil Toast Favorite cocktail
Time for some onions and eggs. To start, in a large bowl, combine eggs, chopped white and yellow onions, black pepper and Rotel. Next, stir the mixture until well blended and then sit the bowl to the side. Lastly, in a large frying plan, heat 1 teaspoon of cooking oil over “High.” Once the oil starts to pop, pour the egg mixture in the pan and stir the ingredients gently to keep the mixture from sticking. Fry until the mixture is completely done. Serve this dish with plenty of toast and your favorite cocktail.