This chili is the perfect fall or winter recipe and packs a huge flavor punch from chipotle peppers in adobo, mild green chiles, and seasonings. Bonus: it’s easy to make in the slow cooker!
A zesty, creamy Louisiana-style sauce perfect for crab cakes, po’ boys, shrimp, or onion rings. Make it at home with this easy recipe!
A how-to guide for smoking pork on a charcoal grill. Cooked low and slow, this yields smoky, fall-off-the-bone pulled pork BBQ perfect for several meals.
This tangy homemade steak sauce is ready in just 15 minutes and is made with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry and fridge. Even when we aren’t empty grocery store shelves from people panic-buying everything, I usually make my own steak sauce. I made this the other night to go with grilled strip
I love my grandmother’s goulash recipe, which I’ve actually never posted. This pot roast is inspired by her goulash, as is this beef stew. I had a hard time naming this recipe. It’s definitely a pot roast, but has some goulash-like qualities in the way it’s finished. Goulash is more of a stew, but this
A hearty, smoky, mildly spicy soup that can be made in the slow cooker or on the stovetop in a dutch oven or large pot. A great way to use leftover pulled pork!
I was going to make these on the grill, but didn’t really plan properly to allow them enough time to start cooking ahead of everything else, so in the oven they went. We had these with grilled strip steak and grilled asparagus. I used the leftovers for breakfast potatoes – just added some onion and
This homemade taco seasoning is easy to make with spices you might already have in your pantry. Save money by making taco seasoning at home!
This recipe combines two of my favorite foods – deviled eggs and potato salad! I brought this to my horseback riding club’s monthly potluck last night, and there was hardly any left. The dressing is creamy and tangy, and the ingredients provide a nice contrast of textures. The dressing uses mayo, but I’d also really
I was talking to my mom about the menu for my party this weekend, and she suggested I make my grandmother’s cucumber sandwiches. She went on and on about how great they are. Unfortunately, I don’t remember Granny ever making these for me, so I had to take my mom’s word for it (and thankfully