Today I am going to do a throw back Thursday to last years bacon-wrapped turkey. Growing up, Thanksgiving meant walking across the holler to my grandma and grandpa Dreher’s house (although I have terrific memories of some trips to southern Indiana to spend the holiday with my grandma Linda’s family). Last year was the first time we held Thanksgiving ourselves. It was a fun task for my sister and I to take on together. It was also our first time cooking a whole turkey. Even though it presented its challenges (like our thermometer broke), I think we made the best turkey I have every had. The bacon locked in flavor and it made it juicy and falling off the bone. It was absolute perfection.
- 1 1/2 lb Bacon
- 1/2 lb Grass Butter (Kerry Gold is the easiest butter that I can find, thank you Indiana for your silly raw dairy laws)
- Seasonings: sea salt, sage, thyme, rosemary Continue reading “TBT: Bacon-Wrapped Turkey”
Let’s finish this week off with another: I would actually eat this (everyday) dish. I saw this beautiful little steaks at the grocery the other day. Hmm… the bacon-lover who lives full-time in my brain demanded to get in on whatever I intended to make with these steaks. So What else could I do. I seasoned these bad boys up, locked in the flavor, by wrapping them in bacon and tossed them in the skillet.
Bacon Wrapped Steaks
- Sea Salt
- Cayenne Pepper
- Trader Joe 21 Salute Seasoning
Let’s Make it Happen: I seasoned them. Sea salt and cinnamon on one side, pepper and Salute on the other. I am weird about seasoning, but I love a sweet/savory blend. I like a little kick and I like variety (that’s just me, but feel free to flex your seasoning profile muscles here). Next I wrapped stripes of bacon around the steaks. I started out with the desire to bake them. I put them in the oven at 350 for Continue reading “Bacon Wrapped Steaks”