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Happy Sunday happy food lovers!
Sunday night and what to have that the whole family will eat?!
Sliders of course
Tonight, 2 flavors on the menu
Stuffed beef and for the healthier craving folks, the
What’s in it?
1 lb lean ground beef (you can also split 1/2 lb beef and 1/2 lb pork for a change)
1 organic egg (loosely beaten)
1 clove of garlic finely minced
1/4 cup red onion (spanish is great) but really any good onion can be used. Finely chopped.
Fresh ground pepper to taste
Seasalt (I used Murray river – my new favorite)
A touch of lea and perrins
A dash of ketchup
A teaspoon of Dijon mustard
1/4 cup of Panko bread crumbs
2 pcs of proccuito chopped up
1/4 cup shredded cheese (your choice)
Mix all together and then form little slider patties.
What’s in it?
1 lb ground turkey
Sea salt (I used Murray river)
Fresh pepper (your taste)
1 Clove garlic minced
1/4 cup onion finely diced
1 organic egg
1/4 cup Panko bread crumbs
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
Mix all together and form slider patties
Cook both slider patties your favorite way. Some pink in the middle of the beef slider is fine, but you want to cook the turkey patty right through
Serve your slider with fresh condiments and your favorite sauces. These burgers are packed with flavor so go easy and enjoy the layers of flavor pop in your mouth and you finish your slider in a bite, 2 or 3.
Wow on the flavor, thumbs up from the kids!
These Turkey burgers were awesome
Serve with your favorite potato, we had lemon BC nuggets instead of fries and pea shoots for our greens!
Homemade sliders tonight with a surprise in the middle (stuffed with a mini pearl bocconcini wrapped in prosciutto) and flavor flavor flavor. Served with homemade fries (baked of course) and spicy ketchup.
Another night with food made from the heart and soul…smiles all around until the Canucks lose ;-(
Happy Friday great foodie friends….
Eat Street season 4 is about to kick off!
There is also an Eat Street cookbook that just launched! What better way than to publish a cook book that shows you how to prepare some of your delectables from your favorite food truck?! I can’t wait to try it!
I believe that I heard that one of Vancouver’s own foodie photographers may have some of his own “outta this world” food pictures showcased in this Eat Street gem…. Could it be true @YVRBCbro ?
What is Eat St.?
Eat St. is back for a fourth season to serve up the biggest and best belly filling street food around. This season features 120 brand new, over-the-top vendors from even more locations across North America. From jerk chicken sliders in Calgary to blackstrap molasses ice cream in Austin, Eat St. Season 4 is a nonstop quest to find the tastiest curbside curiosities. Watch the TV Series, explore Eat St. online, read the Eat St. Cookbook and download our accompanying Mobile App. Season 4 premiers April 8, 2013 on Food Network Canada.
Food glorious food from passionate chefs and cooks keep astounding us with new creative “outta the box” creations!
This season does rumor to showcase some delectable food trucks from the Vancouver area… So be sure to tune in to see what treat you can find that you “just have to try” and make sure you get down quickly to your “soon to be favorite” food truck…..as once Eat Street showcases them, they are sure to be busy!
Who knows….. My smiling face may just pop up!?
You Gotta Try This!
When your son turns a year older and requests a feast (with an Italian flavor) consider it done!
First like any good Italian household we have lots of little foods with big Italian flavors!
16 for dinner, no problem…. Well have enough food to feed you twice! (at least)
Homemade everything by the way (except the slider buns)
Italian pizza from nonna to start along with some spot prawns (in season in BC right now)
Moving on to a beautiful bowl of Penne with my wife’s heartwarming delectable sugo (sauce)
Next a big spread with Italian roasted chicken:
1 whole chicken (x 3 for our spread) cut in to sections.
Virgin olive oil (the work horse kind that all can cool with)
A pinch of fresh ground pepper on both and Murray river pink salt.
A pinch of Italian seasoning and herbs (I make my own, maybe I’ll share one day 😉 ) (quanto Basta -as much as you feel)
Fresh garlic and red onion
Lemon rind all over
Fresh lemon juice all over
350 convection oven for approx 35-40 minutes or until golden brown.
Add to the menu fresh stuffed mini sliders (recipe to come later this week)
A true pleaser for young and young at heart alike! Done on the BBQ is a true delight! It will make your neighbors peek over the fence!
Do yourself a favor, as I mentioned on my last post about vancouver street food….. Go and try Roaming Dragon on this beautiful sunny Vancouver day.
Go and see Evan and the crew and try some flavors that will rock your mouth beyond belief.
On today’s menu was Chinese pork sliders and Fried rice balls – Chinese sausage, shrimp, chicken, bamboo shoots, Japanese rice, curry and teriyaki….. Need I say more?
Wow flavours for sure and great staff served with a smile and they want to know good or bad your experience!
Roamingdragonalicious!!! Gotta have it!
Oh yes……did I mention that they now have a “Roaming Dragonized” poutine? They do…. Purists come out and try a new twist.
Best part…. Ocean wise seafood only, local hormone free beef and chicken.
A must try… Please also let me know your thoughts as I really want to know and so does Roaming dragon!