Roasted Maple and Mustard Duck Legs with Vegetables

Roasted Maple and Mustard Duck Legs with Vegetables - Solid Gold Eats

Duck legs, have you ever eaten them? When cooked correctly, duck legs offer tender, juicy meat underneath a layer of crisp skin. It’s an experience you must have, one that does not need to be had only on a special occasion. But since Thanksgiving is around the corner, and that is a special occasion, you have… 

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A Visit to Tyner Pond Farm + Oven Baked Barbecue Ribs

A Visit to Tyner Pond Farm + Oven Baked Barbecue Ribs - Solid Gold Eats

On a country road in Greenfield, Indiana, away from city lights and signs and surrounded by open plains of corn and soybeans, is Tyner Pond Farm. The big red barns can be seen a few hundred feet away, beckoning you to drop by and say hi. Last month on the first chilly, windy day of the… 

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Turkey Breast in a Pot with Gravy

Turkey in a Pot with Gravy - Solid Gold Eats

Two things happened this past week that led me to cook this for you. First, my coworker handed me an issue of Cook’s Country, and the first recipe inside the glossy pages was “Turkey in a Pot.” Second, I saw turkey breasts at Kroger for the first time this season. That’s all it took for… 

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Sous Vide Scallops with Chimichurri Sauce using the PolyScience Professional Creative Series

Sous Vide Scallops with Chimichurri Sauce using the PolyScience Professional Creative Series - Solid Gold Eats

Thanks to shows like Hell’s Kitchen, the general public is scared to death of cooking scallops. Either drastically raw and undercooked or overcooked into rubbery balls, I am always surprised at how these “chefs” cannot seem to cook a simple scallop. If they had a sous vide machine, their lives would be so much easier…. 

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Beer Braised Sirloin Pork Roast with Peaches

Beer Braised Sirloin Pork Roast with Peaches - Solid Gold Eats

Today I found a subreddit devoted to sandwiches (or anything “sandwiched” between two pieces of dough). I was thrilled, but John, the sandwich master in this house, will likely find himself searching the threads for hours, looking for inspiration from all parts of the world. This recipe is one I’ll have to share with them…. 

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Baked Miso Salmon During National Seafood Month

Baked Miso Salmon During National Seafood Month - Solid Gold Eats

What do you know about miso? Up until recently I knew very little, but that has changed with a recent trip to the international market, a great filet of wild caught salmon and a desire to make a healthy, omega-3 packed dinner. Today I’m sharing two things with you: Why miso should be a staple… 

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The Five French Mother Sauces – Bechamel and Variations (made for Macaroni and Cheese Stuffed Poblanos)

The Five French Mother Sauces - Bechamel and Variations (made for Macaroni and Cheese Stuffed Poblanos)

If you love macaroni and cheese as much as I do (and most Americans), then you have probably tried making it several ways in search of the creamiest macaroni and cheese. Every person I speak with has a different idea of how to make the BEST mac and cheese, but I am going to go… 

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Duck Bolognese: Exploring a Classic Meat Sauce with a New Twist

Duck Bolognese: Exploring a Classic Meat Sauce with a New Twist

Have you had the pleasure of tasting a bolognese sauce? If you are a meat eater, bolognese sauce was made for you. I’m going to explain what it is, why it is so delicious and how I have transformed the classic recipe by using ground duck instead of beef. What is bolognese? First and foremost,… 

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Weeknight Chicken Enchiladas

Weeknight Chicken Enchiladas - Solid Gold Eats

This recipe deserves and subtitle, such as “how I am surviving the week” or “how I’m getting dinner on the table while being utterly exhausted.” SGE has been absent of my recipes for several days because I’ve been too darn tired to cook, let alone cook something, photograph it and share the recipe with you…. 

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Grinding Meat for Steak Burgers with the Cuisinart “Prep 9″ 9-Cup Food Processor (Sponsored)

Grinding Meat for Steak Burgers with the Cuisinart “Prep 9″ 9-Cup Food Processor (Sponsored)

There are burgers, and then there are steak burgers. If you have had a true steak burger, you know the difference. Steak burgers have a richer, meatier flavor, and the texture is usually a little looser than other beef burgers. What sets them even further apart is when you take steaks and turn them into… 

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Polish Roses Bison Burgers with Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic + Giveaway #FarmToJar (Sponsored)

Polish Roses Bison Burger with Farmer's Garden by Vlasic (Sponsored) - Solid Gold Eats

Farmer’s Garden is a new variety of pickled treats from Vlasic that I have incorporated into a burger recipe you know you want to bite into. Pickles deserve more than the just the side of the plate! Since I know the title of this recipe may be confusing to some, let me start there. You’ve… 

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