Unknown-14) Chicken Popsicles

I can eat about 50 of these. Use one hand to eat the chicken and one hand for your favorite IPA and your glass won’t get too greasy.

Trim drum sticks.

-Slice a quarter inch off of the bottom of each drum to create a flat surface so the they can stand up on their own.

-Run a knife around the bone near the meat. Cut tendons with scissors. Pull skin and tendons from cut line over the handle of the bone. Use paper towel for grip. Run two fingers down the bone to gather meat near base.

Marinate drums in “Fridge Door Sauce”.

-Fridge door marinade is whatever is in your refrigerator at this moment. Peanut oil, sesame oil, ketchup, Dijon, fruit juice, beer, whiskey, and of course Peach Habanero Hot Sauce, whatever you have on hand. Add sea salt, freshly cracked pepper, and refrigerate covered for 1 to 24 hours.

-Heat your oven to 350 degrees. Place standing up in a cast iron pan.

-Cook for 10 min and turn heat down to 190. Slow cook for 3 hours.

-Brush with BBQ sauce and more Habanero sauce if you like it spicy for the last 30 min in the oven.

-Sprinkle with sesame seeds and start dipping.


5) Spicy Caesar 

The perfect drink for the morning after your holiday party. This is the Canadian staple you’ve heard about. Now go find yourself some Clamato juice and taste for your self. Clamato is tomato juice and clam broth, I know it sounds horrible, but trust me, this destroys a Bloody Mary.

-You need the right vodka for the job. The best I’ve found is Effen from Holland. Stoli or french vodka will fork well too. Or if you want to go full Canadian, try Polar Ice.

-Run a lime wedge around the lip of a rocks glass.

-Salt the rim with seasoning salt or straight up sea salt.

-Rocks to the top.

-Splash in a good portion of vodka.

-Top up with CLamato.

-Squeeze the rest of the lime wedge in.

-Add a drop or too of Worcestershire sauce and tiny amount of horseradish.

-Have fun with the garnish, because this is breakfast.

My fave is green beans, prosciutto wrapped asparagus, olives and a freshly shucked oyster. ——Throw a snow crab claw in there if you’re really feeling it.


-Repeat as needed.