Over the last year or so, I’ve delved deeply into the world of pizza. It’s culminating with the Pizza Trivia book I’m writing with Dave and Lois. Maybe that’s why I got the notion in my head yesterday to put together a Saint Patrick’s Day pizza of my own. As much beer as people put away for the holiday, a theme pizza seemed a natural.
Normally I spend my Saint Patrick’s Day hunting leprechauns so I can waterboard the location of their gold out of them, but this year I changed it up by making corned beef with a twist: I brought the fire. Much like celebrities and rehab, mustard and corned beef have a long tradition together. Seeing as how people love themselves some …
What is called “Canadian Bacon” in the U.S. is not the same as the Canadian bacon made by Canucks. Here’s how to make your own American-style Canadian bacon.
The next time one of my friends complains about how tough it is to start a business, I’m going to shut them up with the story of Nolan Bebber.
Some of you may remember what went down when I went to last year’s Fiery Foods & BBQ Show. Here’s my recap of this year’s show, with ringside highlights of my rematch with the Scorpion.
The 24th annual show welcomed over 17,500 trade and general public attendees to the Sandia Resort & Casino, an increase of 3,500 from the previous year. Local exhibitors showcasing everything from hand-ground mustard to sugar-free mojito mixes said they benefitted from the increased turnout.
With this show’s record-setting attendance numbers, some of our exhibitors had underestimated the amount of samples they’d be handing out during the weekend. Ice cream stores to the rescue!