A BBQ spicy chili with lots of beans and meat. Just brown the meat, add the rest, and simmer!
This is a rice dish that can be used as a side or as a main course. Beef, pork, sausage, or shrimp all may be used in this.
These three ingredients are the LeBron/Wade/Bosh of the rub world.
Try this simple rub, you'll be surprised how much it improves your grilled meats. Just like we were all surprised at how much Marcus Camby helped the Knicks.
The taste of barbecue sauce turns this average chili into something spectacular. Kind of like adding LeBron James to the Cavs. Inspired by Matt's "Mad Matt's BBQ Spicy Chili."
Another way to use up that leftover meat is to make a soup out of it. But why be boring about it? Add some spicy Mexican chorizo to it and you've got a really great soup! It's really easy and quick to make and warms you up nicely! Note that you can use meat, shrimp or both along with the chorizo in this soup. (PS: You can also make this in your slow cooker. See the "Alternate Method" below for the directions!)
Great comfort food, done quickly. Recipe includes a homemade gravy, but you could also make one from a mix or use gravy from a jar. Or, make the gravy ahead of time and warm it up when you're ready to eat.
Tasty skillet-fried comfort food with a dash of sweetness from a "gravy" of honey and blue cheese.
Fried meat and gravy. What could be better? Born (probably) in Germany, imported to America, this dish is so popular in the Southwest it's been named part of Oklahoma's official state meal.
I learned this recipe from my baby sitter. He was in German army when he was young and this was what he made instead of chicken noodle soup if you weren't feeling well.
This is a great New York recipe for chicken, venison, beef, pork, and more. Make a second batch of the marinade to drizzle onto the finished sandwiches.
Great marinade for all types of meat. This is NOT to be confused with shish kabobs. Hails from Southern New York State.
These deconstructed burritos will be a hit at lunch or even dinner parties. Lots of sauteed seasoned beef and chicken with beans and chipotle hot sauce really hit the Mexican spot in anyone's belly!
This is a rich, full-bodied Marsala sauce that compliments almost any meat, however chicken and veal are most traditional. Serve with your favorite pasta or on a bed of rice. Add a fresh garden salad and your favorite beverage.
Wow your friends by making this delicious Asian appetizer at home.
This is an awesome Carolina vinegary flavor that everyone loves. This same sauce/marinade and procedure can be used on chicken as well and it makes the best wings.
Enchiladas that can use beef, chicken, or pork filling. Whichever preparation you choose, the dish includes a mildly spicy cream cheese sauce.
A surf-and-turf version of Mexico, made in Oregon by a guy who knows nothing about Mexican culture!
Easy and tasty.