A combination of meats and some spices for a great taste in meatballs to add to your favorite sauce. Also can be used for burgers.
Down home country style cooking with taste. Real comfort food. Can be made ahead of time, frozen and reheated in the oven. Wonderful to serve with mashed potatoes and fresh green vegetable.
These meat balls are so flavorful and tender that you will wonder why you're putting them on spaghetti!
Delicious salmon patties that can be served as a delightful midday snack, or as an entree at dinner time.
This recipe was developed to eat with our Spaghetti. It is a family recipe used for many generations.
A nice flavorful Southwestern salsa that is great when served hot! If you want it with a little more kick use a hot picante or add some hot sauce or cayenne to the mix.
When meatballs are gone you can do shots of the sauce... Gotta admit, I usally cheat on the meatballs and buy em pre-cooked, or ya can make yer own. I make several batches of this and keep em in the freezer letting them ferment, although cuz of the alcohol content they don't freeze solid, LOL. All ingredients are to taste, no exact measuring is required... How much you make is optional. Be creative and have fun, do a shot.
You don't need the whole oven to cook up these flavorful peppers. Keep 'em coming in waves to feed the whole crew during the game.
Crispy bacon gives these manly wraps taste. The bacon fat becomes part of the dressing. Like our caveman ancestors, we make use of all parts of the bacon. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Easy seafood kabobs cook under your broiler--and great taste thanks to a visit from our old friend, bacon.
This seafood appetizer for the deep fryer has a sweet graham cracker coating. Served with tart lemon sauce? That's a flavor winner.
This classic sports bar appetizer made quick in your oven. Pop 'em in just before kickoff, you'll be eating 'em late in the first quarter.
A quick appetizer, thanks to the zapping power of your microwave. Basically this is a nacho meat mix nested in zucchini instead of dumped on chips.
Craving Cajun flavor? This quick Cajun recipe will give you the flavor of the Bayou without a day's worth of cooking.
An easy summer soup, gazpacho refreshes as it fills with cool flavor at a cold temperature.
This chilled, refreshing summer soup cools you down on those scorching days when it's so hot you don't even feel like eating.
The Chinese classic scallion pancakes are no breakfast pancakes. They have a savory flavor that's great to serve with an Asian-style dinner.
Face it, asparagus could use a little more crunch. Bacon to the rescue!
Swamped with fresh zucchini? Good. Now you have an excuse to cook up some bacon.
Great sliders with the taste of a fresh ranch sauce. Bacony, creamy, meaty--what else is there?