I woke up this morning feeling the need for something different, and with such a beautiful day, the grill was calling, along with it, lamb and eggs. Continue reading “Grilled Breakfast: Lamb and Eggs”
This is a really simple and easy way to clean your cast iron after cooking.
While still hot, or reheated, pour in salt.
Scrub the pan with a papertowel HELD IN TONGS
The salt will turn darker as it cleans, just keep going, sometimes I’ve had to add more salt
Dump out, and rinse with hot water.
That’s it. This simple method can help to save from more intense maintenance, and especially save the seasoning on the pan by not washing it off.
Maybe it’s raining, or in my case snowing. Maybe you’re just feeling lazy, or the tanks are empty or you’re out of charcoal. While I personally feel short of an extreme broiler, grilling is the way to go when cooking steaks, over this past winter, I’ve developed a love for cast iron steaks. Continue reading “Cast Iron Steak”
Seared Ahi, such a fine treat, usually reserved for Asian restaurants, but why? It really doesn’t take a lot of work, or ingredients to make this delicious appetizer at home, and add in your own flare.
Hashbrowns and eggs, a simple breakfast, but hearty, and delicious when done properly. I prefer to use my cast iron skillet personally, I think it adds to the crunch of the hashbrowns, and the extra flavors in a well seasoned skillet are on a whole other level. Continue reading “Cast Iron Eggs and Hashbrowns Breakfast”