Hello everyone and Happy Fourth of July Well today it is raining up here on the Hill, but I still have grille cooking on my mind. A couple of weeks back I had friends over for dinner and came up with a refreshing idea for grilling the turkey breast. During the holidays, one of our local grocery stores had cut up turkey breast fillets and wrapped them in bacon to sell in packs. They make cooking turkey simple and very easy without the mess. I had bought quite a bit of these breasts and put al
Hello everyone!!!! A good breakfast is always an excellent way to start the day before exploring the countless things out there across the country to see and do. Quiche Lorraine makes for a good and hearty simple breakfast in the morning and it can be made very easily in a camper, RV, an outside oven while camping, etc. The best part is quiche can also be eaten cold, so it makes for a good travel food as it can be sliced almost like a pie. For those who may not choose a restaurant everyday, t
Hello everyone and Happy New Year!! The other day I was thinking about what could I make that is simple, hearty, and warms the soul during the present Midwest Winter Wonderland and cold. There is a perception not much can be done with pork and beans because they are basically already prepared, you just open the can and heat. Maybe add cut up hot dogs to them on occasion. Well I had several cans around along with some pork I was trying to figure out what to do with and I came up with this reall
Hello everyone and Happy Holidays!!! This year during Christmas I decided to try something very easy and simple with turkey. I usually like to cook a full bird for the holidays, and haved used various methods to do so over the years. Cooking a full bird though requires preparation and time during slicing, and also cleanup can be somewhat cumbersome. Well this year I decided to just cook a turkey breast and see how that works. I started by buying a fresh raw turkey breast at the grocery stor
Hello Road Warriors!! How is traveling going on the highways and byways of the US? This is the coolest magazine for roadtrips!! At my bed and breakfast, we get a lot of travelers who always talk about breakfasts at different places during their travels. A common item that comes up is biscuits and gravy. Several travelers asked me if there was a way to make biscuits and gravy a little lively. Well this is my own recipe that I believe fits the bill.
2 lb ground Pork Saus
One of the best things in food I love about the Southwest is Nachos. There are so many different ways of creating them and during my journeys through the Southwest US, I am always amazed at the different creations. I developed this recipe myself combining several different variations I seen over time. This recipe is great for entertaining and can even be done in an RV if you want to entertain company at the park. The best part is I found a way to make a hearty nacho appetizer dish a meal in
Hello all you "Road Warriors" out there and welcome to the Road Recipe Warrior blog. This blog is dedicated to good food and spirits all over the country. The "Flavor of America" during any roadtrip is a memory always worth preserving and what better way to preserve it then to be able to prepare good food from around the country and share them with friends and family during a get together or party, etc. Even prepare them on the road while enroute to your next destination or lounging around for