There are probably few things more comforting and delicious than beer battered onion rings. I don't make them often, but when I do, I go big or go home. Frozen onion rings from the grocery store are okay, but they really don't do much to tickle my inner or outer fat kid. So when I get a hankering for onion rings, I hold nothing back, and make these awesome beer battered onion rings.
For over a decade I've been learning the art and science of making a better burger. In today's podcast, I share my dogmatic philosophy that guides me in making a better cheeseburger. These rules will ruin you. Follow only if you want to really make the best cheeseburger possible...
Learn how-to make a reverse sear ribeye steak in your oven with a cast iron skillet! The reverse sear method allows for the fat to slowly break down, and cooking in cast iron allows for the best crust formation!
This sweet potato hash is the perfect dish for breakfast or brunch. Sweet, savory, spicy, and just full of flavor. It's a real crowd pleaser and will make your family or guests very happy. If you are really looking for something to warm you up on a cool Fall or Winter morning, and to have something that really sticks to your ribs for the rest of the day, this sweet potato hash is the meal for you.
I have launched a new YouTube channel to supplement the blog and podcast of JImmysTable.com. Be sure to check out my latest channel where I'm still having conversations about faith, life, culture, and sometimes food.
There are two key things to making the best burgers possible. The first is grinding your own meat, the second is cooking on cast iron instead of a grill!