I remember when I first learned how to make shrimp scampi. I was expecting a lot of work and time to make something so incredibly delicious. Italian cooking proves me wrong yet again. Technically this is not a true Italian dish, it’s mostly an Americanized version but I think that it is a very good example of what good Italian food is like. Incredibly simple, with the freshest of ingredients, and cooked surprisingly quickly. 15 minutes to be exact.
Well y’all, Fourth of July is tomorrow. Time sure has flied by this year. Ups and downs, with lots of good things as well as difficult. I figured in order to celebrate this American holiday with some classic Southern fried chicken.
Well it’s going down you guys. I’m excited and proud to announce my first youtube series Cooking Isn’t That Hard. It’ll be hosted entirely on Youtube as of right now so if you want to see more of these I would recommend going and giving me a quick subscribe here before going through this post. Without further adieu, How to Cook A Perfect Steak.
Your eyes don’t deceive you. These are chewy, fudgey, brownie cookies made entirely flourless and gluten free. Whether your gluten free or not (I think we all know that I do eat gluten) these cookies are absolutely amazing. I was also lucky enough to be able to guest post this on my friend Bellas blog. You can find the recipe, and the rest of the post and photos on her blog by clicking here.