Recipes

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup

Ingredients: 3-4 large white onions. 2 cloves of garlic, chopped. 2 Bay Leaves. 1 cup red wine. 1/2 cup of butter. 3 sprigs of fresh Thyme. 5 Tbsp. all purpose flour. 2 quarts of beef broth. 1 tsp. salt. 1/2 tsp white pepper. 1/2 cup […]

World’s Best Chicken Bites (Nuggets)

World’s Best Chicken Bites (Nuggets)

World’s Best Chicken Bites (Nuggets) Everyone seems to love chicken bites, nuggets, pieces, fingers, or whatever else you want to call those pieces of chicken.  Sometimes they are tender and juicy, other times, dry and tasteless without their “special sauce”.  Most people claim they are […]

Cooking with the Count website celebrates its 2,000,000th visitor!

Cooking with the Count website celebrates its 2,000,000th visitor!

Cooking with the Count website celebrates its 2,000,000th Visitor! Today Cooking with the Count celebrates its 2,000,000th visitor to the Cooking with the Count website.  We are humbled and appreciative for those of you that shared our website and YouTube videos with your family and friends.  Additionally, […]

Visiting Lunt’s Gateway Lobster Pound in Trenton, Maine, with Cooking with the Count sharing America!

Visiting Lunt’s Gateway Lobster Pound in Trenton, Maine, with Cooking with the Count sharing America!

Lunt’s Gateway Lobster Pound The Lunt’s Gateway Lobster Pound is a family owned and operated restaurant in Trenton, Maine.  Stop by to meet Dick and Joyce Harding and many of their five generations of family members that work this restaurant.  They have been serving the […]

The Cooking with the Count’s “I’m not a Chef, I’m a Professional Eater!” Cookbook is available on Amazon!

The Cooking with the Count’s “I’m not a Chef, I’m a Professional Eater!” Cookbook is available on Amazon!

Cooking with the Count’s “I’m not a Chef, I’m a Professional Eater” Cookbook Great News! Our first of many to come cookbooks has been published and is NOW available on Amazon!  This 100-page color cookbook is loaded with some of my favorite, delicious, and easy-to-make recipes.  […]