Meandering Out Loud

Don Thorp’s Musing, Muttering, and Mischief Along a Random Path

Food: Piggies In and On A Blanket

Today I attempted to make piggies in a blanket. The recipe is simple. 1 or more tubes of biscuits 1 little smokie per biscuit Use cooking times and temperature from biscuit packaging. Lightly grease a cookie sheet. Using one sausage per biscuit, wrap the smokie snuggly with a biscuit and place on the cookie sheet. Apparently, I failed the [...]

Your Bacon is in my Pumpkin

For months I’ve had a nagging suspicion and you’ve probably noticed it too: we’re in the midst of a bacon and pumpkin epidemic. It’s not hard to miss given bacon’s dalliances in bacon infused vodka, candied bacon ice cream, and the true heart stopper — chicken fried bacon. Pumpkin is no homebody either; out there [...]

Don’s Pulled Pork #1 – Slow Cooked

During the middle of last week, a person I follow on Twitter, Jack Stevison, published his recipe for Ten-Hour Beef. I’m not much of a beef person anymore, so I decided to see if I could adapt it to pork. The Recipe 1 Pork roast (5 lbs) 2 Purple onions 4 Serrano peppers 1 Bottle Guinness Extra Stout 2 Bottles Jack [...]