During the lockdown, my son Ryan has been cooking and baking. He loves to be in the kitchen with his mom who is an amazing baker. A few weeks ago we made candied bacon to have with our pancakes and Ryan wanted to make it again to add it to s'mores.
With all of this social distancing and my son, Ryan, not having any sports to cheer him on, I have resorted to everyday activities. Listen to this week's installment of Big League Chooch where I obnoxiously cheer on my family while making brownies.
The last weekend was Mother's Day and the Food Network decided to re-air an old Trisha's Southern Kitchen but this past weekend she was back with something new and easy for college graduates or high schoolers making their way to being independent, Peanut Butter Ramen.
Okay, I admit it, this video series didn't start as I wanted it to but maybe I shouldn't have decided to start a cooking video series the weekend of Easter when everyone came to my house and there was no room in my fridge.
One of my very first events with WGNA was the incredible opportunity to see and meet Garth Brooks and his incredible wife Trisha Yearwood. While everyone was in awe of having the opportunity to talk to Garth Brooks, I had another focus.
I am by far no magician in the kitchen but every once in a while I like to try to make something I love to eat all by myself. Almost a year ago I impressed myself and a lot of friends with my attempt at Garlic soup, it was amazing. I totally recommend you follow that recipe...