I’m often asked, “Cory, you look like an excellent cook. Do you have any recipes to share?”
If by “often” you mean once and by “asked” you mean was screamed at by an angry Applebee’s cook, “You think you can do better, a-hole?” after I told my waiter my late-night happy hour appetizers tasted like an eight-year-old made it moments after completing a Double Dare challenged that involved farm animal waste and sauteed mushrooms, then yes. Happens all the time.
I’m just kidding. It was more like a four-year-old. And I hate mushrooms. So does Mark Summers. Probably.
But thankfully, I have a better recipe for you to bring to Thanksgiving this year. It’s simple. It’s only three ingredients. Takes just 20 minutes and feeds one. So maybe make a couple. Or just make one and tell everyone in the house as soon as you walk in, “These are mine. No one else touch them! Especially you Uncle Marvin. Especially you.”
So here it is. From my family to yours. This recipe has been handed down through the ages. My dad handed it down to me when he was 45-years-old and standing on a ladder I was holding. Now, at the age of 33, I virtually hand it to you. Enjoy! Let me know if you try it and how it works out!