Propane Tank Exchange Here’s the situation: You invite friends/family over. It’s a nice clear, hot, sunny day. You go to put the hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks on the BBQ….. only to find out – you are out of propane! Panic sets in…. What am I going to do? The wife is going to kill me! […]
“Joe Belly” knows how to make a breakfast sandwich! “Joe Belly” calls it a Breakfast Taxi or Tennessee Taxi…. But I call it: GENIUS! Thanks to the Breakfast Taxi – I have one happy & lazy family on Football Sundays…. Watch and learn as the master, Jose Saldana aka “Joe Belly”, shares his recipe! Ingredients: […]
How many ways are there to scramble eggs? Each of us has our own way to scramble eggs! Here are two recipes for scrambled eggs. The most important thing to remember is: Low & Slow. Always cook scrambled eggs on LOW heat & SLOW! This will help you get glistening, fluffy eggs! Remember to take […]
Apple Pie Omelet – Part 1 Pumpkin Pie Omelet – Part 2 Everyone wants to look forward to something, right? Well, I must confess, I look forward to dessert! So, when I hear about new ideas for dessert, I pay attention. There are many, many, many desserts options out there, but none as unique as […]
Get the Scoop from the Comfort Coop The JS West Comfort Coop hens sing & cackle when the sun rises around 5:00 AM here in California. The feed is delivered fresh, the water always available, clean & cool, along with fresh air circulating throughout the barn. Our hens have slept a peaceful sleep, snuggled together […]
I first learned how to poach an egg while cooking for a wealthy English couple in the South of France. They were fond of Kippers and Eggs for breakfast. I didn’t have a clue what a Kipper was but I knew about eggs, or so I thought! There was a very small window where I […]
Employee Profile: Meet Joe Gardner JS West is all about Family. In fact, all of our employees are considered part of our extended family. In this series you’ll get to meet some of our family members and discover the important ways they make a difference to our customers.
What do Hens Eat? When I was 10, I had a chicken named Rosie. She was a Rhode Island Red chicken. She laid big speckled brown eggs in the most surprising places. She would also leave big poop surprises on the sidewalk where my Dad would inevitably step and make a mess on his shoes. […]