Food Review – Garlic Beef Enchiladas

For this review, like the last one, it is not something I ate at a restaurant.  In fact, I’ve been dining on these for 15 years.  My mother found the recipe in a “Taste of Home” magazine in 2002.  Then she made them, and little I knew that it would be in my top 5 favorite dishes to eat.  My mom makes them only 2-3 times a year, and let me tell you that is enough.  If I would eat them more often, the legacy of the Garlic Beef Enchiladas would deteriorate, and they would not be as special to eat.

What makes them special is the type of ingredients that are in the enchiladas.  First of all, you cannot go wrong with garlic. Second, you cannot go wrong with sharp cheddar cheese, especially when you add more than the recipe asks for.  That’s what we do in the Kring household, we add extra cheese; we’re from Wisconsin!  To make any recipe great, is the ability to follow a recipe.  Face it, as a society, we are almost always in a hurry, and yours truly is guilty of it.  When it comes to cooking, take your time, relax, and do it right the first time.

I had the pleasure of dining on the amazing dish last night.  I am battling a minor head cold, but I could not pass up on eating these.  Let me tell you, as long as you have your taste buds, you will be able to severely enjoy these with a head cold or not.  They’re very easy to eat.  You can take a small bite and easily enjoy the combination of cheese, garlic, ground beef, onions and tomatoes.

I included the recipe in this blog, and I won’t always do this, but I want you guys to have the opportunity to enjoy these like I do.  Like I said, I’ve been eating these for 15 years, and they might as well have been from a restaurant.  They’re that damn good, and I could not imagine ordering an enchilada anywhere else than my own home.  The taste of the enchiladas triumphs any atmosphere and attitude.  10/10

 

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Food Review – Good Ole Fashioned Grill Out Good Mood Food

Hello Everyone,

I am back for another edition of food reviews.  This time, I am reviewing some food that we ate at home.  I’m talking some classic Summer grill out food!

On the menu was some hot dogs stuffed with colby cheese, that we purchased at a meet market in Wausau, WI, called “Country Fresh Meats”.  Second was corn on the cob drizzled with butter.  Last was a classic Summer favorite, watermelon!

The trick with grilling these cheese dogs, is you cannot get them charred, otherwise you will lose most of the cheese.  Once you have this down pat, then you are golden!  Then get your butter put on the corn, as soon as you can, while the temperature on the corn is hot, so you can get that maximum amazing flavor.  For the watermelon, no trick, just indulge, and enjoy the heck out of it.

Now, let’s rate!  Atmosphere – very decent, nice hot Summer day eating outside in my backyard.  Attitude – very good, no complaints.  Food – very good, comforting.  Overall, it won’t top an experience like Kroll’s West, but it does the job well.  8/10

 

 

 

 

 

Food Review – Kroll’s West 8/12/17

Hello Everyone,

Today’s restaurant I am reviewing is an oldie but a goodie, and it is one of my favorite restaurants.  Yesterday I took a day trip to Green Bay, Wisconsin to visit a shoe in, when it comes to restaurants.  Kroll’s have two locations in Green Bay, one on the west side and one on the east side.  I almost always go to the west side, so I can get a great up and close view of Lambeau Field.

Kroll’s is very famous in Green Bay for their hamburgers and their reputation of being an iconic local establishment.  What makes them above other local burger restaurants is what they put on their burger and their customer service.  The key to an iconic Kroll’s hamburger is the real authentic butter they supply on them.  The more ingredients you put on your burger, and you will see the butter come oozing out of the patty, which is making my mouth water big time.  They also toast their hamburger buns just perfectly where you have that crunch and that authentic hamburger taste, at the same time.  I’ve been dining at Kroll’s for over 20 years, and I am never disappointed.  It truly is an awesome experience, like I am visiting them for the first time.  Plus, their speed of service is unbelievable.  Within 10 minutes of ordering my food, there it arrives, on my table, ready for me to devour, and they are not a fast food restaurant!  I am always astonished by how fast they prepare their food and get it to you, and the greatest part is, the food is fresh!

If you order a Kroll’s hamburger, without specifying any ingredients, they automatically put ketchup, butter, onions and pickles on them (they call it “with everything”).  So I ordered my usual entree, two cheeseburgers with no pickles.  I had family with on my adventure, and we ordered a pan of nachos (typical nacho cheese sauce and tortilla chips).

My rating system is a simple; 1-10; 1 being the worst and 10 being the best, with the option of rating by the halves.  I base my reviews on food, my attitude and the overall atmosphere.  The chips could have been fresher, but the cheeseburgers overrule the review, and the chips hardly play a role.  The burgers are that good.  My attitude was at my peak, because I wasn’t at my job, and I was out of town at an awesome restaurant.  The atmosphere, freaking fantastic.  We were in Green Bay, home of my favorite sports team in all of the major sports.  Enough said – 9/10

 

 

 

Academy Awards – 2016 Best Pictures Review, Matt Kring Style

Where do I begin?  I was absolutely not planning on watching all the best picture nominations, but an impromptu weekend getaway to Chicago (thanks to working in Rockford this past Wed-Fri and only being an hour away from Chicago) allowed me the opportunity to get it done.  I took last year off, and back at again this year.  So my brother came up with a plan to knock off all the best picture noms, so I said lets do it.

I only saw La La Land, Hidden Figures and Manchester By The Sea prior to Friday, SO I saw 6 films this weekend, a major, major, major binge fest.  It was a blast man!

So here are my rankings for this year:

Moonlight – I did not know what this movie was about, all I knew was that it was a best picture nominee, and Ali was up for best supporting actor.  I really liked the transformation and growth of the main character once I saw the entire movie.  At first I was getting a little irritated with how much he was getting picked on, until the scene in the classroom, where he had enough, went APESHIT, and unloaded on the bully!  Great scene changer, and I pumped my right fist after it happened.  I did not expect Ali to be in the film for a brief period.  Janelle Monae  gave another solid performance as Ali’s girlfriend.

Arrival – This is a movie that you need to be locked into, a movie that you to bring your watching movie “A” game to.  This is a well made film that brings together the brilliant mind of Dr. Louise Parks (Amy Adams) and her ability to see the future.  This film does bring the stereotypical hard ass military leader (Forest Whitaker) and the building love story between Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner.  Still, well made film, and I liked it.

Hell or High Water – This is the adventure of two brothers from Texas doing what it takes to fight for their Mom’s ranch.  So let’s rob a few small town banks.  Chris Pine’s character is definitely underrated.  He beats the system, gets away with crime, and the sheriff (Jeff Bridges) knows it, but there is nothing he can do about it.  I definitely did not think this should have been a best picture nominee, but I liked the film.

Hacksaw Ridge – I knew that there were going to be some war battles, but they dragged on for more than they should have.  What a great story about Desmond Doss; he proved that one can make a difference without using a firearm, in a WAR.  Even though the battles dragged on for a little bit, the makers of this film did a great job showing the transformation of the respect the other soldiers had for Doss.  Good movie.

Fences – I will not deny the great acting, but I felt like I have seen a movie or two with a similar plot.  Do we feel sorry for Denzel, or don’t we?  Again, I commend the acting of Denzel and Viola Davis; both I would be fine if they won best actor and best supporting actress.

Manchester by the Sea – Casey Affleck warned us on Saturday Night Live (SNL) that this movie would be depressing, and it was, but that is what the story is about.  The everyday life of a man doing his best with what he has, to make it in today’s society.  He does his best to hold it together, but the struggle to make ends meet is what is the strength of this film.  It makes it more real and the possibility of it happening in the real world.  Great story.

Hidden Figures – This is the most feel good best picture nominee of all of them.  Great combination of humor, drama and overall plot.  I wasn’t sure about this film being a January release, but I forget a lot of distinguished films come out in January (The Revenant).  High Rotten Tomatoes score and a best picture nominee; it’s gotta be good, right?  I’m kind of a math geek, but I’m trying not to be biased on my opinions.  Three African-American mathematicians in the 60’s staying strong, not letting the color of their skin stop them from following their dreams.  Plus I didn’t know Janelle Monae was an actress.  If you haven’t seen this film, and you want a feel good historic story, go see Hidden Figures.

La La Land – I’ll start off by saying I’m not the greatest fan of musicals, but the team behind this film pulled it off.  What better way to start off introducing LA by showing us a typical trafffic day on the interstate- by the way the opening song was well done, and it introduced us to Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.  The struggles of Stone’s and Gosling’s character lead them to being an item.  Everything is going well; both of them  are heading in the right direction towards success.  Their communication and chemistry gets stronger and stronger.  So I asked myself, will this be a Scooby Doo ending where they fall in love forever and forever and have made their dreams come true?  NO SIR!  And I liked it, something different.  In a different twist, the ending was Scooby Doo, that is all I will say.  I enjoyed this film a lot.

Lion – This was the last best picture I saw.  Now I’ve seen them all.  This is a very good movie to see for my last.  A young 5 year old boy named Saroo just wanted to be like his older brother, Guddu; he wanted to do everything like him, but Saroo’s life changed when he went with Guddu to find work.  That is when the purpose of the film kicked into high gear.  You began to see Saroo develop into the person he is (when Dev Patel takes over the character), especially when he gets involved with a woman he met at school (played by Rooney Mara).  You want a feel good, warm hearted story, go see this, on my request.

My rankings from worst to first:

9.  Hacksaw Ridge

8.  Hell or High Water

7.  Fences

6.  Arrival

5.  Manchester By The Sea

4.  Moonlight

3.  Lion

2.  La La Land

and #1…

HIDDEN FIGURES!

Virtual Studio Simulator Reviews – Revisit Plus Bonus Gift

Hello everyone.  This is a 2nd installment of my Virtual Studio Simulator reviews.  If you are looking for more information on how to create professional videos, without needing any professional equipment, and fitting comfortably in your budget, then Todd Gross’ Virtual Studio Simulator is right for you.

Virtual Studio Simulator involves creating studio backgrounds, through green screens to boost your ability, that don’t cost an arm and a leg!  Click here to watch Matt Houghton (co-creator) turn from “Matt Houghton”, into Superman, instantly.  Also, watch Katarina Nicely turn herself, into a smaller size, just like ALICE IN WONDERLAND!  Katarina is only 10 years old too.

Matt and Todd train you how to use green screens to create your professional studio backgrounds.  They show you how to create “Green Screen Magic” without even needing a Green Screen!  Matt shows you in-depth the “Green Grass Trick” like you’ve never seen it before, so YOU can get started without purchasing a thing!

Like in the previous Virtual Studio Simulator review, this is just the beginning.  If creating professional videos, without burning a hole in your wallet, is right for you, then click here to purchase Virtual Studio Simulator.  Prices range from $27-37.

Just for reading this blog, I have a bonus gift for you.  I am giving you an e-book, at no cost to you.  It’s called Simple Sales Systems, and it shows you how to cash in on payout services such as PayPal and Clickbank.  Click here to get your e-book.

If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact me.  My contact information is below.  Check out my other product reviews here.  My name is Matthew Kring, and I will talk to you guys soon.

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If you’ve always wanted those super-cool NEWS STUDIO backgrounds for your videos, and especially GREEN SCREEN use, you already know they are too darn expensive.  They can run over $100 for each one!  

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Last Shot to Get Green Screen Backgrounds at the Lowest Price

Hello Everyone,

Todd Gross & Matt Houghton shocked us with the launch of Virtual Studio Simulator
on Tuesday, that package of 32 studio news-sets + Green Screen training. The price was so much lower than what you can get these type of Studio Backgrounds elsewhere.

BUT.. the price is going up a notch at midnight tonight.

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Virtual Studio Simulator also includes 32 music tracks, one of which IS a TV-NEWS type track, and some neat Green Screen tricks that are good for newbies to more seasoned “Green Screeners”.

For instance we even include  “Katarina’s Shrinking Trick”, which is so simple, a 10 year
old can do it (and she IS 10!)

Then there’s the Green Grass Trick which shows you how you don’t even need a physical Green Screen to do the magic –

and of course.. Matt Houghton literally takes you on a ride as he turns into Superman before your eyes (and YOU can too!)

This product REALLY helps you to stand out from the rest of the video crowd, and increase your authority.

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