This makes a tasty and easy-to-work-with pizza dough in your bread machine. Knead and roll with liberal flour. You can top it with you favorite toppings, bake it (ideally on a pizza stone) and serve; or, bake by itself, then top and freeze for later.
This gluten-free chicken recipe has a nice modern twist, with curry powder and lots of black pepper.
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!
Any good cut of steak breaded with a mixture of bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese.
Starting this tried-and-true dish on the grill is healthier choice than frying it. Finish off in the oven, bubbling away with spaghetti sauce and cheese, for a great vegetarian main dish.
Very easy pork chops. If you can spread mayonnaise and sprinkle bread crumbs, you can make this meal.
Chicken deep-fried and then poached in gravy. Maybe it's not the healthiest, but great comfort food for troops on the march (or just a guy back from work). Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
For a true man's lunch, try these easy, hearty open-faced sandwiches.
A traditional Philly cheesesteak cooked up and layered with cheese in a bread bowl. Yeah, that's right, steak in a bread bowl. Why should soup have all the fun?
Molto flavor, and just one dish--your trusty cast-iron skillet. This easy weeknight feast couldn't be more simple.
This is a man's bread pudding, with a Southwestern kick. Chorizo and corn bring the Y-chromosome cred.
Overwhelmed with extra tortillas? This easy recipe turns them into breading for simple pork chops. Clear the fridge and fill your stomach.
Creamy, spicy flavor in every bite of this simple recipe for turkey cutlets.
Enjoy tender turkey cutlets through a crunchy coating of pecans, honey mustard and cayenne pepper.
Tender bites of turkey with the crunch you love, thanks to a cheese/bread crumb crust.
Flavor power from Parmesan cheese, which men have been eating for more than 800 years. (Famous London diarist Samuel Pepys loved his Parmesan so much, he buried his during the 1666 Great Fire of London to protect from the flames.) Here this guy classic is part of a crunchy breading for chicken. Makes for an tasty weeknight dinner. And easy, so you don't have to worry about starting a fire of your own.
Cornbread acts as the dough in this delicious barbecue-flavored pizza rendition.
Another on your list of 365 meals that can be grilled, keeping you outside all year long and letting you turn your stove area into tool storage.
A bold-tasting mini-pizza you can make outside on the grill.
Meaty, fried, cheesy and spicy. What more could a man ask for? Well, maybe a bigger workshop, but this'll do for now.