Hey all! I hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day Weekend with close family and friends. Am I alone in thinking that feels like months ago? Time, you’re a tricky little snake. Sakes alive.
My folks came to visit that weekend and we watched the Indy 500 on the patio, something we’ve done for several years now, but this time we opted out of ribs and cooked chicken wings instead. Mr. Musky smoked them on the grill, then we fried them in virgin coconut oil, then tossed them in one of three saucy baths: paleo teriyaki, traditional buffalo, and herbed butter garlic.
SO darned good. It’s labor intensive, but we were all together and enjoyed one another’s company. I’m grateful to those who paid the ultimate price so I can enjoy my family for an extra day in May on a beautiful spring day.
On Monday, we continued with the outdoor cooking and treated ourselves to the Tomahawk Chop on the grill. We first cooked these over the campfire last summer, and I must say, I’ll channel my inner cave girl any day for this hunk of charred goodness. These rival the coveted filet mignon.
But in May, the accompanying salad just might have stolen the show. Take a peek.