My BigMouth Blog | A Blog by Jason Glover

Bison Lamb Meatloaf

  You thought Moms meat loaf was good… I was doing a little experiment one day and decided to combine these two meats together. Wasn’t sure what was going to happen but I made it anyway! I gave some to a few friends and now they want me to make it for them all the time… Yeah babe!!!! Another great one for leftovers! Cooking and Prep time about 1 hour… Ingredients 1 lb ground Bison 1 lb ground Lamb 1 Egg ½ cup Bread Crumbs (Progresso Italian Style) 2 Tbls cracked pepper 1/8 cup Italian Seasoning 2 Tbls Kosher Salt …

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Crispy Fried Petrale – My Kids Favorite!

If there is ever a dish that my kid begs me to make it would be for this one… It’s super easy and quick to make, plus it tastes incredible! My Mom used to make this for us when we were kids and I swallowed it down always wanting more! Patrale is a white tender fish, when you fry it it gets moist and flaky! Ingredients 1 lb fresh Petrale 1 Egg 1/4 cup milk 1/2 cup bread crumbs (Progresso Italian Style or Gluten Free)) 1/4 Tsp Kosher Salt 1/4 Tsp Fresh Cracked Pepper 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 lemon …

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Tacos!!! Pulled Roasted Chicken…Yum! Gluten Free

If you like tacos you are going to love these… This is the simplest and easiest way to make them in a pinch… And your family will think you slaved over them for hours! Cooking time approx. 30 minutes Ingredients 1 Roasted Chicken (buy a lemon herb already cooked at the store) 1 package of Corn Tortillas (gluten free) ½ red onion 1 red bell pepper (small) 1 yellow bell pepper (small) 1 packet of Lawry’s Taco seasoning mix (gluten free) 1 cup of water ½ cup vegetable oil 2 Tbls of olive oil 1 Sliced tomato (optional) Grated cheddar …

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Save Money and Bond with Dads Cooking with Your Kids

One of the big concerns that many of us Dads that cook have when we start out in the kitchen is money. Food costs money. Experimenting with food costs money. Letting the kids into the kitchen to experiment alongside of us costs money, especially when we have to buy a new carton of eggs every three days. But we can limit our financial exposure. I have discovered through trial and error, how not to waste money in the kitchen. When I started to follow these simple rules, I had no problem letting my kids into the kitchen to make their …

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Dads Cooking for the Family For the First Time

Once upon a time, we went to the grocery store and scooped up all the instant food items – pizza, calzones, and burritos. Remember that food; the food that made us feel bad, but we ate it anyway. We ate it because it was convenient. We ate it because we weren’t dads cooking. But every man’s bachelor days come to a close. Now we have kids and our relationship to food is very different. We aren’t thinking which food will wash down best with our favorite beer for the big game. Food is now nutrition; nutrition that fuels our family. …

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