I mentioned a couple of days ago that one of my recipes was mentioned in the Huffington Post. Click here to see the article. I was so amazed at how many visits I got yesterday too, just a little over 11,000. On an average day my views are around 4,000. Pretty darn happy about that, and thanks to the Huffington Post for mentioning my Ramen noodle recipe. 🙂
We went to Sickie’s Garage last night for dinner because it was a friend’s birthday party on Monday night. It’s this new burger place in town that hasn’t been opened for very long and their burger menu looked promising. The selection almost reminded me of the different burgers you’d see on those food truck shows. Huge burger combinations with just about everything piled high on them from french fries, to mac and cheese, onion rings, pulled pork , fried eggs you name it. You can put anything on top of the burger. I had the Sickie’s burger which had pulled pork, bacon, an onion ring, fried egg, and hot sauce on top. That was way too much for one burger, and I could only eat half of it. Then there were the cheese curds which were ok, they weren’t like the ones you get at the Street Fair.
Then they had these tator tots. Oh the glorius tator tots. When was the last time you ate some Tator Tots? Tator Tot Hotdish is blech and I can’t stand that casserole. I liked those tator tots so much, I decided to make them at home tonight with some cajun seasoning and garlic mayo. Aoili is just a fancy name for doctored up mayonnaise BTW.
- 2 to 3 cups of frozen tator tots
- 1½ teaspoon of Cajun Seasoning
- ¼ cup of light mayonnaise
- 2 teaspoons of garlic
- ½ lemon, juiced
- salt and pepper
- Cook tator tots according to package directions. I baked mine.
- While the tator tots are cooking, make the garlic mayo with the next 3 ingredients in a small bowl. Stir the ingredients together.
- Once the tator tots come out season the tator tots with cajun seasoning and serve.