Summer Wedge Salad with Charred Corn and Blue Cheese-Avocado Dressing

Summer Wedge Salad with Charred Corn and Blue-Cheese Avocado Dressing | Sarcastic Cooking

Summer is all about adventures. My five year old niece told me a few weeks ago, “It’s summer, Aunt Stefanie. You should come over any day because, like, every day we are going on so many adventures.” This mentality works out perfectly in our house because I have two antsy pants’ who cannot sit still. I am clearly talking about Mike and Andy. Weezer is my soul mate because we could sit on the couch all day…clearly it is not him!

Every morning Mike asks me, “So what are we doing today?” And every morning I roll my eyes and try to rack my brain for something to do. [Read more…]

Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak

Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak | Sarcastic Cooking #whatsfordinner

Ah yes, me again. It has been a bit since our last chat/recipe. I am still here. Mike is on Spring break and Andy was battling a nasty cold for the last week. A very long week. I know there are worse things, but hearing the words, “It’s just a virus.” Is like the bane of my existence. Even pre-child, to haul your butt all the way to the doctor in the midst of a mucus attack on your system and have them say those words, ugh, would make me so frustrated. [Read more…]

Crispy Baked Sriracha Wings

Crispy Baked Sriracha Wings | Sarcastic Cooking

Today is a special day in the Sarcastic Cooking family! My younger brother, Nick, is turning the big 3-0! Having just turned this wonderful age last year, I know what a big deal this birthday is. In true Nick fashion, we are going to celebrate by making and eating spicy chicken wings!

Against my Mom’s advice, I am posting a meat recipe on a Friday during Lent. Gasp! I think we are a few of the only people that still uphold the no meat on Fridays thing. So this recipe is for all of you heathens. Kidding! [Read more…]

What’s for dinner? Mushroom and Tomato Smothered Pork Chops

What's for dinner? Mushroom and Tomato Smothered Pork Chops | Sarcastic Cooking

This week’s edition of the series that I like to think is single-handedly bringing America back to the dinner table features a rendition of a dish my mom made for us all the time when we were growing up. In our house, they were called Polish pork chops. It says something when a dish successfully feeds a family of five and never gets complaints.

In fact, I tried to make my Mom’s version on the blog way back when. Follow this link if you want to see crappy pictures. Also, my Mom just informed me recently that I messed up the blog version because I used crushed tomatoes instead of canned diced tomatoes. Oops! Despite the first version being a little soupy, it was still good. Not my Mom’s version good, but good none the less. [Read more…]

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