I’m always looking for cheap and easy desserts. This was a cornflake cookie recipe that I have eaten a time or two over the years. Grandma calls them cornflake macaroons and they are really good. I know you’ll love them!
Franks Diner in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a classic American diner. This wonderful establishment stretches back to the railcar diners of the 1920s. On this episode I talk with Kevin Ervin about the history of this iconic Wisconsin diner. The Three
The oldest restaurant in Idaho has an interesting and colorful history. It also has the coolest name for any restaurant. In beautiful northern Idaho, near Coeur d’Alene, you will find the Snake Pit. On Today’s episode I interview Tom Richards.
This week I have the best recipe for applesauce cake. It is sweet and complex. It is a throwback recipe that was a lot of fun to make. I found this recipe at our family cabin. From talking with family,
Now that we are heading into fall, it is time to start busting out soup recipes. This recipe shows how to cook beef shank bone in. It incorporates simple ingredients and produces big flavor. Enjoy! What I Loved When it
Have you ever wondered what the oldest restaurant in Florida is? Michael Kilgore comes on the show to talk about Columbia Restaurant. This is a fifth generation, family-owned business that has been operating for almost 115 years. Incredible! What Makes
Who doesn’t love a good salad? With this recipe in mind, I went to a farmer’s market and got some great produce. This is an old fashioned salad dressing recipe that brought a ton of flavor to some really great
Who is the Lobster Guy? On today’s episode I interview Captain Tim Handrigan, also known as the Lobster Guy. Captain Tim has grown up in the industry and has tremendous passion for doing things the right way. A Brief History
The other day I was going through more of my Grandma’s recipes. As I was flipping through, I stopped on this recipe for southern pecan pancakes. I was sold instantly. I couldn’t think of anything more fitting for a Saturday
The history of hamburger helper is incredibly interesting. Hamburger helper was born in 1971 under the Betty Crocker label. Over the years they expanded flavors and varieties to where we are today. The Timeline A timeline is the best way