November 22, 2011
A Gallery of Sorts.
I like to cook. I also like to take pictures of what I cook. This combination of “hobbies” that has a questionable level of sanity, has made it so I have hundreds, if not thousands, of food pictures. Recently, with my new blog I came to realize that I have never actually put all of these pictures in one place. Instead, I sort through 10 thousand other non-food pictures in order to find what I need. So to solve my inherent problem, plus show the world (at least the part of it that reads this blog) what I have managed to capture along the way, I give you a photo gallery of sorts. No recipes, no story, just the picture and a caption telling you what it is. If you see something in the gallery of sorts that you would like to learn how to cook, please comment at the bottom of the post and I’ll get right on it. Some posts of things you will see are already in the works as a matter of fact. Stay hungry my friends…
Beef Bourguignon with fresh egg noodles
- Tomato Soup with Mozzarella Cubes
Fried 3 Cheese Ravioli with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Home made cheese-its
Chicago Deep Dish Pizza
Lobster with home made rigatoni
Fresh Italian Sausages
Fresh Chicken Eggs from my friend Doug (makes great pasta)
Cooking steak and veggies on Himalayan salt block.
Osso Bucco on Saffron Risotto
Traditional Hot Wings
Spice crusted pork chop with red wine reduction.
Bang bang shrimp
Cajun Spiced Fried Chicken
Venison Summer Sausage (jalepeno cheddar)
Beef Brisket Sliders
Helicopter mechanic by day, creative home cook by night. Being a little bit of a perfectionist makes both jobs interesting and I am always searching for better ways to do things. I love to teach others about the tools and techniques I use, different cuisines I come across and am always open to new ideas, as well as constructive criticism that can make what I do even better.
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November 22nd, 2011 at 7:44 pm
You definitely have a gift, thanks for sharing your wonderful creations and for your skills with the eggs and venison. Keep up the good work! You should open a restaurant; I would be a frequent customer, or I could wash dishes for a discount.
November 22nd, 2011 at 11:36 pm
Doug- As long as eggs, venison and future goat-cheese is provided, you don’t need to be washing any dishes. Hopefully those home-made smoker plans are coming together (sounds like a new post to me). Thank you for your kind words.
December 17th, 2011 at 12:33 am
Davela, they all look good to me! But if I had to pick one — well, I could sure go for a handful of those cute little homemade Cheese-Its right this very minute!