Father’s Day is just around the corner. I’m hoping to chill out with the kids and grill a fresh pizza or two next Sunday. That’s right, you can grill a pizza instead of baking it in the oven. It’s a new grilling trick I learned recently. My co-workers have told me about cooking their pizza in a smoker before, but I have never tried it until this past weekend. I made it easy on myself by purchasing a couple of take and bake pizzas. BTW, I will be compensated for this post on my dad blog for writing about Papa Murphy’s and their Father’s Day giveaway. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review. #DadMoments #EGGhead4Life #sponsored
(YouTube video link: Entertaining Tips from Chefs Stephen Kalil and Jody Denton)
I recently sent some questions to Chefs Stephen Kalil and Jody Denton over at the Frito Lay Flavor Kitchen. They sent me their response in the above YouTube video, which was totally unexpected. If you’re planning on entertaining on Memorial Day, then you’re going want to check out the YouTube video above. Their tips cover cooking, grilling, stress-free party preparation, and recipes. I think the tips are really helpful, and I plan on following their tips this Memorial weekend and also in the future for other get-togethers at our house. BTW, thanks to Frito Lay, I’m also giving away party packs to five readers of my dad blog.
When I was a kid, I hated rice. We ate rice every single day (it’s the curse of being Chinese). Rice for dinner. Rice for lunch. I don’t remember what we ate for breakfast, but it wouldn’t surprise me if we had rice for breakfast too. After 18 years of eating rice every day, I stopped eating rice when I went to college. However, by the time I graduated from college I not only missed rice, but I also realized I actually like rice (just not every day). Freshly made steamed white rice tastes good with just about everything. And dads and moms can easily make a rice bowl by adding ingredients like diced carrots, peas, scrambled eggs, beef, chicken, and shrimp.