Saturday, July 30, 2011

Madoya (Fried Bananas) Cowgirl's Way in Oklahoma

Hey gang, I just wanted to let everyone know that one of the most talented and creative cooks I know, Cowgirl of Cowgirl's Country Life fame, is cooking up Chamorro food in Oklahoma. That's right, a good ole country girl from Oklahoma is doing it island style. You have got to pay a visit to her blog site and check out all the fantastic stuff that she does. She is simply unbelievable. 

Cowgirl, whose blog site is continually voted one of the best BBQ blogs on the web, is multi-talented. She cooks great campfire meals, BBQ, seafood and veges. She holds fantastic BBQ gatherings and the food spreads that she puts out are unbelievable. She cooks whole hogs in the ground, above ground, in homemade pits. You name it, she has probably done it when it comes to cooking outdoors. And her array of homemade and commercial cookers and smokers will leave you shaking your head.

Well in this latest installment of Country Girl gone Island Girl, she cooks up a batch of our famous Guam Madoya, fried banana. Check it out here.

Don't forget to check out the rest of her mouth-watering recipes. After you do, you will be running outside to start your pits up.

Until next time....


Cindy said...

I love what Cowgirl does; she's an amazing woman. Her blog is the first one I started to follow. I support your recommendation to visit her site. It's definitely worth the trip.

cowgirl said...

Rueben, you are so kind, Thank you!! :)
I wish I had half the cooking talent that you, Lupe and your Firehouse friends possess. You have been such an inspiration to me.
Not only are you good cooks... you're good people. (((HUGS))) Friend. :)
Cabighorse, Thank you too!! I appreciate your kind words and thank you for taking the time to check out my blog.
Hope you two have a great rest of the weekend. :)

Rueben said...

Ditto to you Cowgirl!!! I am glad that you are our friend. You are the epitome of good country folk.

You definitely are an islander at heart. {:)