Does it get any Summery-er than this? BBQ Chicken Sandwich recipe topped with cole slaw, sided with fresh Olathe sweet corn, and slices of Colorado grown watermelon. Can’t you just hear the dog days of Summer howling for this one?
In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. And what a perfect way to celebrate was to be invited to tour the Blue Bell Ice Cream plant here in Denver. Barb over at Creative Culinary, Karen at Savoury Table and I were pampered with a private tasting of products along with an education about the company which was founded in Brenham, Texas in 1907.
Chicago Hot Dog Sauce in a bottle. My friend Rob over at Sticky Brand Sauces has done it again. This time he’s brought us an invention called ChiDawgo Sauce. Packed inside this bottle you’ll find every single ingredient to turn your hot dog into that famous Chicago-style flavor. Pickled sport peppers, yellow mustard, onions, bright green sweet pickle relish, dill pickle; tomato, and celery salt. But wait, what about the poppy seed bun? Aside from having to purchase truck load quantities from restaurant suppliers, we can’t find them here in Denver. So Rob has even added the poppy seeds into this bottle of bliss. Devilishly clever if you ask me!
With warm decor, great service and wonderful food, we’ve fallen in love with Chinook Tavern. Located in Greenwood Village, it’s a perfect place to entertain clients for lunch, or great for a special evening out. Be prepared for a welcoming comfortable and memorable dining experience. Let’s take a look.
Pork roast that’s been sprinkled with a chile-lime seasoning, slow roasted, shredded and then tossed in a spicy orange tomato sauce. So flavorful, all it needed was a dollop of sour cream and a slice of avocado.
This chili burrito recipe is one I concocted when I first became interested in Southwestern/Mexican food over thirty years ago. Soft flour tortillas filled with smashed cheesy beans and topped with beef and bean chili. Simple, yet hardly authentic. Everyone used to rave over the dish so I made it a lot. Winning a batch of Larry’s very own homemade Chili Seasoning (see below) was a perfect excuse to drag out this recipe. It probably hadn’t seen the light of day for twenty years.