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Friday, June 15, 2018

Traeger Smoked Deviled Eggs

Since its Father's Day week I felt like it was necessary to share a couple of my dads favorite recipes! His love of cooking is really the cutest thing! He lives for it, and so does the whole family! We love having family dinner nights! Our dinners normally include something cooked on the Traeger! He's a freak about it!






These Traeger Smoked Deviled Eggs are to die for! Talk about the perfect appetizer! I feel like everyone loves a deviled egg but he took these to the next level by smoking the hard boiled eggs first. They are the perfect amount of smoky!






We have also tried using the smoked hard boiled eggs in potato salad and egg salad! SO GOOD! I can share these recipes soon!



Traeger Smoked Deviled Eggs-


Any desired amount of boiled eggs
Desired Ingredients for Deviled Eggs (I just use Mayo, Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, Salt, Pepper, and Cayenne Pepper)

Boil eggs like you normally would for deviled eggs. I boil mine at a hard boil for 8 min. Put eggs in an ice bath. Peel the eggs. Set your Traeger to the smoke setting. Smoke the eggs for 1 hour Prep deviled eggs as you normally would. I add the egg yolks and mentioned ingredients above, whip them up and then fill the egg whites.




Enjoy!


xx, Prosecco and Projects 
Thursday, May 24, 2018

Salt and Vinegar Wings

If you are looking for the perfect Memorial Day recipe, I got chu! These Salt and Vinegar Wings are the perfect party food! Show up to a BBQ with these and everyone will be your BFF! But watch out because they are super addicting!


Salt and Vinegar really are the perfect combo. So much so that its kinda a problem! I am obsessed with S&V chips and I thought it would be fun to add a little twist to those flavors. Thus these wings were born! And I couldn't be happier about it! They are crispy, tangy, and salty. All the best things!



Salt and Vinegar Wings-

20 Chicken Wings
Arrow Root Powder
Malt Vinegar
Corse Sea Salt

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. In a large bowl toss the wings in just enough arrow root powder to coat them. Place wings on a baking sheet. Bake for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes flip the wings and let them cook until both sides are crispy. In a large bowl toss the wings with the Malt Vinegar and Sea Salt to taste!



Enjoy!

xx, Prosecco and Projects







Sunday, May 20, 2018

Cucumber Lemonade

It's finally feeling like summer and you know what that means... weekend camp trips, late night convos under the stars and cucumber lemonade (normally this would say Prosecco but you know, we have to modify things for the pregnant lady this year)! I must say that a splash of Prosecco in here would be so delicious! Go crazy!



There is nothing more refreshing than a huge glass of lemonade on a hot day. But you know we aren't grabbing for the boring old basic. We are taking it up a notch with this boujee take on the classic! And yeah, yeah, yeah... we know how extra we are and we love it!

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Cucumber Lemonade -

1 English Cucumber
1 Cup Lemon Juice (Fresh Squeezed)
3/4 Cup Honey
6 Cups Water
1 Large Lemon

Chop half of the cumber into chunks. Add the chopped cucumber into a sauce pot. Add the lemon juice and honey to the pot. Place the pot over medium heat. Stirring occasionally until the honey is incorporated. Remove from heat. Strain liquid using a fine mesh strainer to remove the chunks of cucumber. Add the liquid to a small serving pitcher. Slice the remaining cucumber and lemon. Add sliced cucumber, lemon and water to the pitcher. Stir well and serve!



Enjoy! 

xx, Prosecco and Projects