1. My once every three years golf game. Nice day, beautiful course. And Oakland U alum event. (at R&S Sharf Golf Course At Oakland University)

  2. Fresh herbs and veggies, and a beehive on the roof top. (at The Laundry)


  3. "

    Bacon-Wrapped Trout:
    2 (10-ounce) whole trout, cleaned and gutted
    1/2 cup cornmeal
    Salt and ground pepper, to taste
    8 sprigs fresh thyme
    1 lemon, sliced
    6 slices bacon
    Fresh parsley, for garnish

    1. Preheat broiler and set oven rack 4 to 6 inches from heat. With a paper towel, pat trout dry inside and out. Dredge outside of each fish in cornmeal, then season cavity with salt and pepper. Place 4 sprigs of thyme and 2 lemon slices inside each fish.

    2. Wrap 3 bacon slices around the middle of each fish, so that the edges overlap slightly. Line a roasting pan with aluminum foil, and place fish on pan. Broil until bacon is crisp, about 5 minutes. With a spatula, carefully flip fish over and cook another 5 minutes, until flesh is firm.


    For a fine addition to The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook, Open Culture digs up Hemingway’s camping recipes. More literary and artistic cookbooks here.

    Pair with Fictitious Dishes – clever and elegant photographs of meals from famous literature. 

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  4. (Source: brooklynmutt)

  6. Sometimes you catch fish, sometimes you catch a bag of cider mill donuts. (at Paint Creek Cider Mill)

  7. willitegg:

    Will Pork Carnitas Egg? Round Two

    I had a little bit of my favorite carnitas leftover (leftover leftovers) so I decided to try a sunny side up egg, instead of my customary scrambled egg. I added a little medium-spice green tomatillo salsa and feta. 

    Is it possible to make my leftover egged carnitas better than they were, yes it is possible and I achieved it with this version. The egg yolk soaks into the carnitas, the salsa adds a nice extra bite and the cheese is salty and cool. 

    This is definitely 5/5 eggs. 

  8. Blue skies.

  9. willitegg:

    Will pork carnitas egg?

    If I was a better food photographer I could make this dish look as good as it tastes. The carnitas recipe is one of my very favorites. It’s easy, makes a lot of delicious carnitas, and is great mixed with eggs the next day. I can’t say enough about how good this is as a main dish, or with eggs. I’ve never tried a fried egg with it, I’ll put that on my list to try next time.

    As you can see, I like them with scrambled eggs and feta cheese (I’d use queso fresco if I had it, but feta is a decent substitute). Go make these carnitas and then egg them up the next day for a great meal. 5/5 eggs. 

  10. willitegg:

    Most people don’t like Fish, let alone leftover Fish; I find it’s a great palate for your eggs. A fried egg, sunny side up, is a great option to egg this dish; the yolk and white make a nice coating over the fish and nothing over-powers the other ingredients. Yesterday’s dinner, Atlantic Cod with grilled Red Peppers, Sweet Onion (no Grilled Carrots leftover). I grilled the Cod on aluminum foil with Cilantro, Lime Juice, Olive Oil and a little kosher salt and white pepper. The veggies with just a spray of olive oil and some salt.

    So, Will It Egg? I would give it 3/5 Eggs. It was pretty good. I over salted the Fish when I originally cooked it, so that was still a little prominent. Otherwise, a good dish to Egg.