On the one day a year devoted to Dads. Choose one of these delectable dishes to mark the occasion in style.
Savory sauce for pleasing pork ribs and chicken. Cook meat tender and pour success on top later!
Don't worry--these don't have eccentric California ingredients! In fact, they are very traditional. The only exception is the use of sourdough bread crumbs, which lend a fuller, tangier flavor than crackers or plain crumbs. Combine the sourdough bread crumbs with a perfect blend of spices and vegetables and lots of crab, and you have a winning combination. Make smaller cakes for appetizers, or larger ones -- like these -- for main dishes. Enjoy!
This ginger dipping sauce is wonderful with either grilled, steamed or fried fish. My Cambodian friend's dad used to make this every time he served fish.
These yummy apple cinnamon waffles are sure to please any crowd. They are fluffy, flavorful and lovely topped with some apple pie filling and fresh maple syrup! They are lower in fat than most waffles but do not lack in taste or texture.
A quick, easy, warm stew that is ready in 30 minutes. Depending on how mild or hot you would like your stew you can substitute Rotel(R) for mild, medium, or hot and regular ranch style beans for ranch style beans with jalapenos.
A Southern dish that has been sharing the supper table for years. This rice dish will have you coming back for more. Here in the Northwest people ask me all the time "What is Jambalaya?" I reply saying it is seasoned rice with your favorite type of meat.
A simple but tasty meatloaf recipe. My wife & kids love this meatloaf.
This easy steak marinade will have your friends bringing their steaks to you, asking you to marinate it for them! It adds a delicious, elaborate flavor to any cut of steak.
This is a one dish meal. My grandmother made this dish when my dad was growing up. It is a family favorite to this day.
My all-time favorite recipe, which my Dad makes every year on New Years Day for the college Bowl games. I prefer the ham hocks, but you can substitute a ham bone for them. To slice the sausage easier, put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes first. The longer you cook it the creamier the beans get; I love to let it simmer all day, the smell is wonderful. Serve with hot rice.
Just like Dad's, the BBQ king of the NC Coast. Pork is slow roasted with vinegar and red pepper flakes.
A new way to enjoy a beef rib eye. A rib eye steak cooked the same way our Dad liked cracker-breaded pork chops.
These are fall-off-the-bone ribs and simple to make. The secret is low heat (250 degrees F) and time (3 hours). Either in the oven or on the BBQ.
This is a very hearty sauce with two types of meat and fresh vegetables. It was passed from my father to me and with his blessings I want to pass it to everyone in his honor. Thanks Dad! Serve over your favorite pasta. And don't forget the garlic bread!!!
This is a recipe from my friend’s dad. It tasted a lot like a 'hot pot' dish I had at a Chinese friend’s house, so I made some changes to it to make it my own.
"Uncle" Bo was my dad's college roommate. He created these sandwiches and served them up at Friday night parties before Penn State football games. I found this recipe some years back hidden in my mother's recipe box and decided to make them. They're great now for sitting in front of the big screen watching football-and football season is fast upon us. Make these for your crowd.
My family's recipe for Noodles Riviera. It's like lasagna with sour cream. You can substitute ground turkey in place of ground beef if you like.
An incredibly moist and delicious meat loaf that melts in your mouth!
An easy, savory meal that anyone can make.
This is for all the meat eaters out there. What could be more seductive than a beautiful, tender piece of Filet Steak! This recipe involves an extra very impressive and manly finishing touch – you will need a blow torch!