Pork Sausage 1-2 ounce patties
Sharp Cheddar Cheese 1-2 ounce squares
Cook Sausage patties until brown
Slice Biscuit dough in half, Add sausage pattie and Cheese square. Pinch down edges to seal. Bake Biscuit as directed (350 15-20 minutes) Serve warm.
Here is the newest favorite Summer dish. Quick easy 5 ingredients. Great Flavors!!
Double Pea Saute w/Ground Pork
Brown ½ pound Ground Pork in 2 Tbsp of Olive Oil
Add 2 Tbsp each of minced Garlic and Fresh Ginger
When meat is browned, Stir in ½ pound of Fresh Snap Pea Pods and ½ Pound of Fresh Peas (can use frozen). Cook until tender
Serve over Rice, small Pasta like Cavatelli or Rice Noodles
MRS. MILLER”S BROCCOLI SALAD
This salad recipe is so good, three of the women that slept over Friday night decided to have it for Breakfast on Saturday! Chef Rouler had the occasion to taste this salad while at Northwestern University events and Allison Miller’s Mom always brought this as the dish to pass………………AND IT DOES!
Allison Miller’s Mom’s Broccoli Salad
Combine 24 hours in advance:
½ C Sugar
Combine Dressing with
2C Chopped Broccoli
2C Chopped Cauliflower
1ea Chopped Onion
1# Cooked crumbled Bacon
Add just before serving
1C Cashew Nuts
The Chef has done it again!! Upon a request to honor 50 years of Bond Movies, Chef Rouler has created a one of a kind menu with movie references.
An Evening with Bond……..James Bond
Previews and Trailers
Caviar, Toast Points, Puff Pastry From Russia with Love GoldenEye, The Spy Who Loved Me
Caribbean Coconut Shrimp Dr No, Thunderball
Turkey Phyllo Turnovers The World is Not Enough
Voodoo Cajun Oysters Live and Let Die
Vesper Cocktail Casino Royale
Carte Blanche Cocktail Newest Book – Carte Blanche
Extra Dry Vodka Martini All 23 Movies to Date
Champagne- Bollinger ‘51
The Main Attraction
Avgolemono- Greek Egg-Lemon Soup For Your Eyes Only
Swiss Chard, Emmenthaler Salad On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Beef Wellington For Queen and Country !!
-Gold Fingerling Potatoes Goldfinger
-Broccoli Cubby and Family
Chocolate MoonPie Cake Moonraker
Cheese, Sweets and Fruits View to a Kill
Icewein Die Another Day
A professional PR manager writes in to ask: Help me Chef Rouler, This is really a drinking question, not a cooking question, but I know you’re good for it. Catering’s catering, right? I’m hosting a “hospitality suite” at a conference in a couple of months. Rather than pay the Marriott markup and barkeep, we’re gonna BYO. Five nights. The fire marshal says 20 people, so let’s start with that. How much Liquor, Beer, Wine should I be looking at? This will not be their sole source of ethanol; quite the contrary. But they won’t be able to get liquor anywhere else on the tour, so I’m gonna be the man for bourbon or gin. Looking forward to some half-gallons, for sure, but how many and what?
sign me, Hostess Cupcake
Let’s do the math!!
20people x 5 nights: one drink an hour plus one to start = 2 x20x5= 200 drinks. 10 x5 x 2 nighcaps = 100 drinks. So lets go off 300 drinks for the 5 days or 15 drinks a person over 5 days or 3 drinks a day
Beer 15% = 45 so buy 2 cases or 8 six packs mix and match.
Wine 35%= 70 6 glasses to a bottle so a case(12) of wine to start: 50/50 Red to White or 3 btl @ 1.5Litre each
Booze 50% = 150 drinks. Self pour so 2 oz per drinks = 300 ounces. A fifth is 26oz and with spill figure 25 so 12 fifths of booze 2 fifths= 1/2 gallon
Scotch 2 fifth
Gin 3 fifth
Bourbon 3 fifth
Whiskey 2 fifth Jack Daniels & Canadian
Vodka 4 fifth
Rum 1 fifth
Tequila ? take from Vodka or Gin
Mixes: Soda, Tonic, Coke, Diet Coke, 7Up. 4-6 oz of mix per drink depending on size of glass
Tonic and Diet Coke heavy hitters, figure 6-8 drinks/quart So if Gin is all G&T your looking at 3×25=75/2=38 drinks/7oz = 5-6 Qts of Tonic over 5 days. If you buy Coke in cans, you’ll lose some to pilfering and others to “half used”. Litre Btls are best. Probably as many rum&coke, Jack&coke as Gin so same amount to start or 3-Ltr bottles
Bonus Round Bar Extras
Sweet&Sour mix – margarita, daiquiri, sours. Cranberry Juice, OJ,
Garnish: Limes, lemon?, Olive, Cherry. Umbrella picks in Rainbow colors?
Dry Vermouth for Martini, Sweet for Manhattan, Bitters
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