Archive for March, 2009

Grilled Steak Salad

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

The other night we enjoyed some awesome steaks which provided some really tasty leftovers.

Thinly sliced, grilled steak on top of a bed of romaine lettuce and mixed field greens can’t do you wrong. After chopping a tomato and some mini carrots, then topping with croutons I felt this salad was set.

Okay, it depends on your preference.

Toss on a little bit of cheddar and some crispy bacon bits and this Grilled Steak Salad is almost man-friendly…

If there is anyone left unappreciative to the taste of fine, crispy ingredients then a nice dousing of Ranch dressing can be achieved in less than a serving size.

This Grilled Steak Salad truly rocked.

Cooking Game: Waffle Mania

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

Waffle Mania is a neat game I came across recently. says, “People are hungry for waffles. Keep your customers happy as they get more and more adventurous with their orders!”

There are 10 levels that become increasingly more difficult.

More toppings, more waffle shapes and demanding customers will keep you busy until time runs out.

Try out Waffle Mania below and hope in the end it won’t leave you craving soft serve!

Games at - Waffle Mania
Waffle Mania

People are hungry for waffles. Keep your customers happy.

Play this free game now!!

Veggie Party Sandwiches

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

These sandwiches are a very easy and tasty combination of ingredients.

Veggie Party Sandwiches will work great for a party appetizer or as an awesome peek-in-the-fridge addition at home, but either way, they are going to go fast.

Here’s the recipe..

  • Veggie Party Sandwiches
    • 16 oz. cream cheese, softened
    • 1/2 large tomato, seeds removed, chopped as finely as possible
    • 1/2 green pepper, seeded, chopped as finely as possible
    • 1/2 medium onion, chopped as finely as possible
    • Olive oil to taste
    • Garlic salt and pepper to taste
    • 1 loaf 100% whole wheat sliced sandwich bread
    • Mix together the cream cheese, tomato, onion and pepper.
    • Add olive oil in small increments to soften the mixture until it’s in an easy-to-spread consistency.
    • Season with garlic salt and pepper.
    • Spread the mixture onto the one side of the sliced bread and assemble sandwiches.
    • Cut away the crusts and cut in quarters – either diagonally or vertical/horizontal.  It’s up to you.

Serve on a platter (or in a Ziploc in the fridge) and see them fly away.

With just a little mixture left, I ran out of whole wheat bread slices (without air bubbles) and opened a new loaf of much more dense whole wheat bread. Which needed to be compensated for, of course. Hence the super thickly-filled and colorful slices in the above picture.

More realistically, the spread can be a bit thinner and if the bread is square…triangles are great!

…because you know triangle sandwiches are way tastier. Yep.

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